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VIDEO: Paramount Miami Worldcenter Construction Update

April 25, 2017 by Sarah Elles Boggs
[caption id="attachment_23872" align="alignnone" width="1600"]Paramount Miami Worldcenter April 2017 Paramount Miami Worldcenter from the north side construction entrance April 25, 2017.[/caption]

Phase one vertical construction is now underway at Paramount Miami Worldcenter, according to the developer. The seven story pedestal has reached its final height at a rate of about one floor per week, now they begin construction on the tower portion of the project. When completed, the residential tower will bring 522 residences to Downtown Miami in a glistening 60 story tower atop a 27 acre high street retail promenade. The tower boasts the most amenities of any residential tower in the world.

The residential condos are currently 62% sold at an average of $650/square foot. Some of the available purchase opportunities that remain are:

a 1,095 square foot 1 bedroom with a den at $626,000 is the least expensive apartment currently available. Considering the typical 1 bedroom in the area is 700-800 square feet, this would probably be considered a 2 bedroom in many competing developments.

Two bedrooms start at $1,287,000 for a 44th floor apartment with 2 bedrooms, 3 baths and a den over 1,753 square feet.

Three bedrooms start at $1,581,300. There is one available on the southwest corner that is 2,230 square feet and has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths and a den.

The entire project is expected to be finished in 2019. Here is a video that Bryan Glazer put together that shows the scope of the project and offers a preview of how much the neighborhood will change with its addition. Last year, the developer also released a movie preview that highlights the projects amenities in dramatic form. I am very excited to see this one start to take shape!

Video overview of Paramount Miami Worldcenter by Bryan Glazer


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