Game, set, match: Paramount Miami Worldcenter unveils tennis courts

Will join a soccer field, pools, basketball court and more on sports complex

Mar.March 25, 2015 04:30 PM

Lobbing on the Miami Open, Paramount Miami Worldcenter on Wednesday unveiled a rendering of its purple planned tennis courts — the same color as at the Crandon Park tournament now underway on Key Biscayne.

The two hard-court tennis courts will be built to regulation size, and will be part of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s two-acre sports complex located on the ninth floor of the 60-story tower.

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

Inside on the 9th 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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