Miami Worldcenter’s 60-Story Paramount Tower Is Complete, With Closings Now Underway

The first buyers have now taken the keys to their condos at the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter, developers have announced.

90 percent of the building’s 569 residences have been pre-sold to buyers from 56 countries, ranging from Azerbaijan to China. Total presales are $500 million.

Here are some of the numbers that power Paramount:

  • $500 Million – The total cost to build Paramount Miami Worldcenter
  • $10.4 Million – Cost of Paramount’s top-tier penthouse
  • 450,000 – The number of square feet of glass used during the construction of Paramount, the equivalent of 10 full acres.
  • $350,000 – The price to own one of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s 26 luxury poolside bungalows. Sitting 90 feet above the ground on the Upper Deck amenity level, each of the 26 cabanas measures 227 square feet and includes an entertainment area, a living room, a bar, a bathroom with a shower, and a rooftop terrace. The bungalows are solely available for purchase by Paramount Miami Worldcenter homeowners.
  • 30,000 – The number of cubic yards of concrete used in the construction of Paramount Miami Worldcenter, along with 13,000 tons of steel.
  • 8,100 – The total number of doors found throughout Paramount Miami Worldcenter,
  • 1,600 toilets and 595 kitchen sinks.
  • 1,368 – The total number of days it took to construct Paramount Miami Worldcenter. At its peak, nearly 750 construction workers were at the site each day.
  • 200 – The length in feet of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s indoor regulation-size Soccer Pitch. The outdoor soccer field is the only one of its kind in the U.S. built as part of a high-rise residential development.
  • 90 – The percentage sold of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s 569 residences bought by buyers from literally every corner of the world.
  • 56 – The total number of nations represented by Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s buyers, who hail from nations ranging from Azerbaijan to China.
  • 46 – The number of cutting-edge amenities found throughout Paramount Miami Worldcenter including two tennis courts, multiple resort-style pools, lush parks, spa baths, and observatory among others – making it the most amenitized building anywhere in the world.
  • 27 – The total size in acres of Miami Worldcenter; the second-largest urban development project in the United States after New York’s massive Hudson Yards site.
  • 26 – Signature penthouses
  • 5 – The number of total major Miami mass-transit systems directly connected to Paramount Miami Worldcenter. These include the Metro Mover, Metrorail, Virgin Trains, Tri-Rail, and the Brickell and Biscayne Trolley.
  • 5 – Swimming pools
  • 4 – The number of Paramount’s exclusive villas. The first of its kind two-story single-family homes are situated 90-feet in the air above Downtown Miami.
  • 4 – The size in acres of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s fun-packed Upper Deck, the largest amenity deck of its kind in the U.S. Perched 90 feet above the city, the deck features every type of leisure activity imaginable — from an oversized swimming pool and floating relaxation pods to serenely private pool cabanas, a dog walk, jogging path and that first-of-its-kind residential soccer pitch.
  • 4 – The number of major Miami cultural institutions within walking distance of Paramount Miami Worldcenter, including the Adrienne Arsht Center, Pérez Art Museum Miami, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science and the American Airlines Arena.
  • 3.5 – Years under construction
  • 3 – The number of blocks Paramount Miami Worldcenter sits from Virgin MiamiCentral Station, home to Virgin Trains USA. Launched in partnership with Richard Branson, the train links Miami  to West Palm Beach in just over an hour and will reach all the way to Orlando by 2022.
  • 2 – Tennis Courts
  • 1 – Jam Room
  • 1 – Boxing Studio
  • 0 – The number of other real estate projects around the world with flying car Skyports. Located atop Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s roof — 60 floors above Miami — the 5,000 square-foot Skyport will allow futuristic “flying cars” to take off and land on top of the development when they one day enter commercial service.