Paramount Miami Worldcenter tops off: PHOTOS

60-story, 500-plus unit tower will be completed next spring

Miami /
Aug.August 06, 2018 05:30 PM

The developers of Paramount Miami Worldcenter topped out the luxury condo tower on Friday along with hundreds of construction workers, engineers and subcontractors.

Paramount developers Dan Kodsi, Nitin Motwani and Art Falcone hosted the event along with the project’s general contractor, CoastalTishman.

The 60-story, 500-plus unit tower is part of Motwani and Falcone’s mixed-use, master-planned community in downtown Miami. Paramount is expected to open next spring, according to a spokesperson.

OneWorld Properties is handling sales of the luxury condo tower, which will feature an amenity deck with a soccer field, tennis courts, and a resort-style pool. Prices start at about $750 per square foot, or about $885,000. Sales so far total more than $400 million, according to a release.


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