Photos: Protective Film Removed At Paramount Miami Worldcenter To Reveal Glass

Parmount Miami Worldcenter is getting closer to being ready for move ins.

The 60-story, 700-foot tower is being designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects of Boston, along with local firm ODP Architects.

Developers said in January that 85 percent of units had been sold. Prices have previously been said to average around $700 per square foot, with a total of around 500 units.

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Slightly better than the decrepid wharehouses it replaced 🙂 just a stunning catalyst for downtown amazing where this area is going considering where it was just a few short years ago…

marc
2 years ago

slightly

Anonymous
2 years ago

This project is only “slightly better than the (by the way, the words are spelled – decrepit and warehouses) they replaced?”

That’s like saying “Halle Berry is only slightly better to look at than Whoopi Goldberg.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

dont get me wrong. I love the new towers, and world center seems promising. Love the promenade concept. However, all these new towers need to remember what made Miami (partially) was the night life. With new condo owners comes new complaints about Space/Eleven etc. Ultra was kicked out of downtown, other clubs have closed down due to noise ordinance violations, and soon downtown will have no music scene, just over priced bars… Maybe if new condo owners appreciate being in Downtown Miami and not in WPB… just a thought. Rant over.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Neighborhoods change. It’s not the 80s and 90s anymore, and Wynwood is the new club hotspot.

Anonymous
2 years ago

um, what happened in dwtwn will happen in wynwood. Bars have already begun to be hit with ordnance complaints in wynwood bc of new residences.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I agree. I own two condos in Brickell and my strong opinion is that boring people shouldn’t be allowed to live in Miami. I hope they would all leave. They are going to kill what made Miami, Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Would you rather have empty condos that are too expensive for young people or catering to wealthy drug dealers? Maybe they should create specially zoned areas away from Biscayne, world center and Brickell for clubs and the like.

Sgt. Sapingo
1 year ago

Agreed. People underestimate the number of wealthy people from all over the world who buy condos for part-time use and prefer a robust neighborhood over a quiet one like Palm Beach.

I moved from up there because I was falling asleep every night at 8pm after Jeopardy and feel alive down in Miami. People who complain about noise should be quieter themselves.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Gorgeous building!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Really nice sunset reflections on that glass

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nicest building in Miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

The old Bacardi building is the best building in Miami.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hardly, unless you’re one of those people who think some 1950s gas station is at the architectural levels of the Taj Mahal.

Anonymous
2 years ago

The Bacardi building is a hidden gem and under appreciated.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Top 10 for sure.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Busy design.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Really is going to be a gorgeous building!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Very nice. Only wish it were 100 feet taller.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice

POLO
2 years ago

This tower looks much better in person than it did in the renders!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Love the way garages are covered…very nice project.