First Look Inside 60-Story Paramount Miami Worldcenter As Condo Buyers Begin Moving In

The 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter was completed last month, and the first condo sales began showing in official county records last week.

Hundreds of new residents will soon begin moving into the 700-foot tower, which includes 569 residential condos. Buyers from 56 countries around the world have contracts to buy over $500 million worth of units.

Eight deeds have been recorded as of this morning.

Images from the interior have also now started appearing on social media, showing the completed common areas and units.

One image shows a seventh floor conservatory, with a tree at the center and a waterfall.

Paramount was marketed as having the “most amenities in the world.” There are over 40, including a boxing ring, soccer pitch, recording studio, indoor basketball court, and tennis courts.

 

Seventh floor conservatory:

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

These videos suck

Anonymous
2 years ago

That tree looks so tacky and cheap…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ah yes it’s nice to have a true arborist commenting…what tree species would you have selected to grace this conservatory??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Don’t need an arborist to pick a fake tree! I thought all those silk plant places closed?

Anonymous
2 years ago

it looks better in person… also the water pound is a lot larger than what is shown.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It still gives more shade than ninety percent of the trees in Miami, and it’s inside.

Anonymous
2 years ago

lawsuits will be coming if they don’t open all 40 amenities

Anonymous
2 years ago

More amenities that barely anyone uses.. That only means higher maintenance fees and reserve costs down the line.

Anonymous
2 years ago

A very sad looking tree and lobby..

marc
2 years ago

that’s not the lobby

Anonymous
2 years ago

What is it then? A safe space?

marc
2 years ago

Learn to read the articles. There’s more than just pictures and videos.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Zooming in let’s you see it is covered in white and pink blossoms. Could be a lot better in person than it looks in the photo.

Anonymous
2 years ago

> Hundreds of new residents

I have my doubts.

Anonymous
2 years ago

A boxing ring….what the fxck

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where is this elusive Soccer Pitch? It’s shown all over the renders but seems like it was never actually built…

Anonymous
2 years ago

They told us it won’t be done immediately but a few months after opening. Dog park also has to wait.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What the hell TNM ? 3 pictures of the same tree and a sub par video ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

I rarely use the well appointed swanky gym in my luxury building. I use la fitness and also public movie theaters. I don’t get to use the 4 amenities in my building and I don’t understand the lure of having 40 for which you will be paying an arm and a leg up front and then same in maintenance, and rarely ever use any of them. For what and who are the 40 amenities? Bragging rights?

Anonymous
2 years ago

which building is this.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If you a renter…you certainly wouldnt understand. If you were a sophisticated owner you would understand that great amenities are great for property values.
If you cant afford the maintenance fees…get a job better than Social Media Consultant, or quit whining.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Honestly, a fake tree? Couldn’t go with the real thing?

Anonymous
2 years ago

when will they flip the switch for the light show on the side of the building?

marc
2 years ago

Yeah, haven’t seen it since the tests.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This design is soooo 10 years ago! Nothing interesting about astro-turf on a wall.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Very underwhelming

marc
2 years ago

What is, the couple of crappy pics and videos? I’d agree with that.

marc
2 years ago

How about the lobby?

Anonymous
2 years ago

no lobby here. You only can enter with your “flying car”.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ok, so there are lots of amenities. How about something to walk to inside of MWC: a market maybe. An arepa stand? Something. Anything that was promised in the sales propaganda.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Omg, a “tree and a waterfall”? The tree is artificial and the waterfall looks like a cheap backyard water feature from Home Depot. What interior designer would put their name on this utter crap?

Anonymous
2 years ago

can’t believe TNM didn’t feature the sculpture art in the lobby it’s truly stunning!

Anonymous
2 years ago

If someone is to show an apartment, it should be one with a better video and ideally one with a view. Or, are there any views in this massive condo?

Anonymous
2 years ago

The creepy hanging piece of “art” makes me feel like a woke up in a SAW movie. Then again it also looks like some horny sole hanging in a sling…

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where is the food cart that sells tamales and empanadas?

Yuven Tayclue
2 years ago

Yay! Another motherfu***ng poop factory! Can’t swim at the beach anymore but you can sh-t in a tacky condo.