Paramount Miami Worldcenter Tops Off At 60 Stories, 641 Feet

After 883 days of construction, Paramount Miami Worldcenter has topped off.

Over $400 million worth of condos have now been sold in the 500-unit project. Prices start at $750 per square foot.

The tower now stands at 60 stories, or 641 feet above ground, according to ODP Architects.

“From this point forward, we’re going to see a steady stream of Miami Worldcenter’s mixed-use elements delivering to market – residential, retail, office and hotel – as our vision for a ‘city within a city’ in Downtown Miami becomes reality,” said developer Nitin Motwani, managing principal of Miami Worldcenter Associates.

At an event held Friday, the developers saluted over 550 construction workers of the project. They also streamed flags, representing buyers from over 50 countries around the world including: Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hungary, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Kuwait, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Paramount says that their amenity deck will be the largest in the U.S. and include country’s first outdoor soccer field to be featured in a high-rise residential development, along with tennis courts, a pool and other amenities.

 

(photos: paramount miami worldcenter)

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Iconic building in an amazing location! Congrats to all involved! The Parkwest transformation is evolving beautifully…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nothing Iconic about this building. A ho-hum condo building in a sea of parking decks.

Anonymous
3 years ago

The parking is for the entire development, and if you could afford it, you’d want a parking space for the price of a unit.

William
3 years ago

Super nice building. This one came out just as good as the original renderings.

ILoveMiami
3 years ago

Great news. Let’s hope the rest of the site, including the Hines parcel goes up fast. Any news on the convention center/hotel?

marc
3 years ago

Yes, waiting on that Hines office tower that would complete this particular block. Any one have any idea when ground breaking was expected? I thought it was late 2018.

Anonymous
3 years ago

They have started to move dirt. Hines delivers on all its projects.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Q4 2018

Anonymous
3 years ago

I hope so that would be the most stunning building yet.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Impressive. A catalyst project for downtown and A&E District no doubt.

Anonymous
3 years ago

It doesn’t matter if the flag is for patriotism, pride, decoration or whatever to me. It’s a beautiful flag. And I don’t mind seeing it more often and all over the place

Anonymous
3 years ago

Yes to the building and a big, fat YES to the american flag…my flag!!!

Anonymous
3 years ago

U.S. flag, America is a continent.

Anonymous
3 years ago

In Spanish America is a continent not in English or other Germanic languages.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What continent is the U.S. in then? In English?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Two continents, smartass.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Come live in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Art, culture, history all in a beautiful coastal town.

Anonymous
3 years ago

why do the construction peeps always fly a US flag to commemorate this stuff.. cheesy.. its like the used and new car parks always fly the hugest flags imaginable and our canadian friends always gawk in wonder why they need to have the biggest us flags… patriotism needs to move beyond the commercialization of a piece of fabric to sell more stuff or pose for photo ops

Anonymous
3 years ago

Because Murica invented freedom, we’re the only free people in the world. Respect the flag you commie. 😛

Anonymous
3 years ago

Invented “freedom” and at the same time enslaving and stuffing people on reservations.

And save your outrage, I was in US Army for ten years.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That was satire.

Anonymous
3 years ago

the U.S still has done more for freedom than any other country.

Jarec
3 years ago

it’s so terrible millions of us immigrated to this enslaved place to be free

Anonymous
3 years ago

The only free people in the world??? What rock are you hiding under?
Try to drink liquor at the beach, or for that matter breast feed your baby in public. You obviously have not been outside this country to really enjoy freedom…

Anonymous
3 years ago

Canada also have a different demographic, thanks for admitting that when you all compare America to Canada.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Canada is a country in North America.

Anonymous
3 years ago

y los Cubanos?

marc
3 years ago

y los que?!