Paramount Miami Worldcenter: new soccer field rendering

Miami /
Jan.January 23, 2015 01:25 PM

Heading toward its goal of creating a soccer field on Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s ninth floor, the project’s developer just released the first rendering of the amenity, complete with players and spectators.

Daniel Kodsi, developer of Paramount Miami Worldcenter, had unveiled plans to TRD for his 60-story project, which will include a soccer field, along with tennis courts, pools and a running course, all part of an outdoor sports complex on the condo tower’s ninth floor recreation deck. Twelve Balinese-style, two-story villas surrounded by pools and other water features will also occupy the same floor.

Inside on the ninth floor, residents can work out in a fitness center or boxing studio or rock out in a “jam room,” which will have drums, guitars, a piano and a recording studio.

The $400 million condo project, developed in partnership with Miami Worldcenter’s developers Nitin Motwani and Arthur Falcone, is slated to be completed in the summer of 2018. The $1.06-billion Miami Worldcenter, on 28 acres near downtown Miami, is being built by Suffolk Construction.


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