Flying Cars? Paramount Miami Worldcenter Will Be Ready
The advent of flying cars is no longer a dream, but a closer reality. Dan Kodsi, a developer with the foresight to observe unfolding trends has revealed that Paramount Miami Worldcenter is adequately prepared to receive the first flying cars of Magic City.
Hence, Kodsi has gone ahead of time to develop Miami’s first residential skyport. The modification of the 5,000-square foot rooftop will ensure vertical take-off and landing of electric cars.
What was once only a fictional concept, it’s been considered by the industry as the solution for congested traffic and an answer to quicker daily commutes. “The future of transportation is here within the next 10 to 15 years, and urban aviation is closer to reality than you might expect,” explained Kodsi. “These vehicles are more like a helicopter, but much quieter, run electronically and are environmentally friendly.”
Recently, Uber Elevate disclosed an agreement with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to start the tests for air taxis in urban cities including Los Angeles and Dubai as of 2020.
“One day, Paramount Miami Worldcenter residents could seamlessly ride a sleek glass elevator up to the luxury tower’s private rooftop, where they could be picked up or dropped off by on-demand aircraft,” commented Kodsi. “Imagine traveling from Miami to Palm Beach—a drive that takes the better part of two hours—in about 30 minutes. That stop-and-go traffic to the suburbs could become a burden of the past for Paramount residents.”
At this stage, there is still lack of proper regulation and traffic control in the airspace. But that does not rule out things will start to take shape soon, as far as flying cars are concerned. The Paramount Miami Worldcenter, with Skyport, will be completed by spring 2019.