Paramount Miami Worldcenter To Host Demolition Party On September 3

With over 40% of units sold, Paramount Miami Worldcenter is getting set for groundbreaking:

Paramount Miami Worldcenter Gets Ready to Rubble.

The highly-anticipated PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter, the first and only residential tower currently for sale within the 30-acre Miami Worldcenter site, is one step closer to making its debut with today’s announcement that official site demolition is underway. The announcement comes on the heels of the City of Miami’s building approval, as well as the tremendous sales response PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter has received, with current sales representing over 40% of the building.

To capitalize on this momentum, the 60-story condominium tower will be hosting a Demolition Event on Thursday, September 3 at 10:30 am to commemorate the demolition of the last remaining building on the Miami Worldcenter site located at 950 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132. Currently comprised of former warehouses and empty lots, the demolition paves the way for the start of construction of The Mall at Miami Worldcenter and PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter later this fall.

“This announcement is another major milestone for this project, one that will change and undeniably revolutionize the face of Miami,” said developer Daniel Kodsi. “We are thrilled to be hosting this momentous occasion, where we can celebrate the first component of Miami Worldcenter becoming a reality. We have a lot of excitement surrounding PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter and reason to celebrate.”

When completed in 2018, PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter residents will enjoy an unparalleled location just an elevator ride away from the exciting array of retail, restaurants, office space, lush parks, galleries and nightlife planned for the cosmopolitan development. Residents will be within walking distance of Miami’s waterfront and most celebrated cultural and entertainment landmarks such as the Adrienne Arsht Center, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, and the American Airlines Arena. Also located nearby is the new Marriott Marquis World Convention Center Hotel and All Aboard Florida’s Grand Central Station, which will allow residents direct service to Orlando in three hours, as well as connectivity to the Metro Mover and nearby Miami International Airport.

“The initial success of the sales process is a true testament to the new dimension PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter will bring to the heart of Miami’s urban core,” added Peggy Fucci, CEO of OneWorld Properties, the exclusive sales brokerage for PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter. “There is intensified demand for what PARAMOUNT offers – an unmatched destination for residents to live, work, and play in an emerging ‘city within a city.’”

Featuring over 500 city and bay-view residences, PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter’s expansive units will range in size from 1,180 to 2,300 square feet, with prices averaging $700 per square foot. The tower will be constructed atop The Mall at Miami Worldcenter, a 765,000 square-foot retail and entertainment destination anchored by Macy’s and Bloomingdales which will be developed by Forbes and Taubman.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

I really love this project I can’t wait till its built I truly believe its going to change that area of Miami. Hopefully the innovation tower will be built turning the area into I true downtown.

Marc305
5 years ago

Damn! I would love to be there, but at 10:30 a.m. I’ll just be too busy. Still, I am so glad this is happening. I cannot wait for this project to go vertical!

Anonymous
5 years ago

Peek a Boo “Bayview Residences” for only $700. Per Sq. ft. Run don’t walk………. Before they are all gone.

Anonymous
5 years ago

I guess in your opinion, nothing should be built there, just leave it like it is – one big empty spot….right?

Anonymous
5 years ago

This project is great for what it is, but their bay view marketing is egregious

Anonymous
5 years ago

I just don’t understand why people like you (who more than likely won’t be buying a unit in this building anyway) are so upset with the views (or lack of) from this building. Convience is meaningless to you people, but a lot of people from some other parts of this country and the world know that convience is more of an important feature than just views, and they are the ones buying units in this building.

Anonymous
5 years ago

The CONVENIENCE is what I alluded by saying it “is great for what it is,” which is why I also think that makes marketing the bay views even sillier. (Look at any of their marketing materials–or even this article–like we people who apparently can’t buy at the building do.)

Anonymous
5 years ago

Views or not I don’t think there are any condo projects like this in the world that offers what it has to offer. I would honestly trade an ocean front view to live here. How many people can say they live on top of a mall an in the heart of downtown within walking distance to everything around you including a transit system? You can keep your ocean view way out in Sunny Isles but this is the place to be and at a price that isnt that bad in comparison to a lot of other buildings.

Anonymous
5 years ago

Definitely unique access and those building amenities are nothing to scoff at. But why not just just lean their hats on that? Why market the “bay views”? Obviously this isn’t the only project in that situation; Hyde Midtown comes to mind