PHOTOS: On the scene at Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s launch party

Sales center launch included world’s largest disco ball, rooftop dancers, model unit

Apr.April 27, 2015 12:45 PM
From left: Alexandra Goeseke Cervera, Harvey Hernandez and Daniel de laVegaBru Kodsi and Peggy FucciPeggy Fucci and Sissy DeMaria

More than 1,100 of Miami’s real estate elite and brokers gathered to celebrate the launch of Paramount Miami Worldcenter’s sales gallery recently.

The launch included a dance performance, light show and disco ball, the latter of which was deemed the world’s largest at 20 feet in diameter, and a model of the 60-story condo tower atop the Miami Worldcenter Mall, complete with the outdoor sports complex’s 9-acre, ninth floor recreation deck.

The $400 million Paramount Miami Worldcenter is being developed by Dan Kodsi in partnership with Miami Worldcenter’s developers Nitin Motwani and Arthur Falcone. The $1.06-billion Miami Worldcenter, on 28 acres near downtown Miami, is being built by Suffolk Construction.

The tower’s residences will all have elevator access to the mall, which will be anchored by Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. Among other condo features: private elevators that open directly into residences, 10-foot high ceilings, outdoor living rooms, laundry rooms and convertible dens. Prices start in the mid-$600,000s, with penthouses and villas priced up to $5 million. OneWorld Properties is the exclusive sales and marketing firm.

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