Paramount Miami Worldcenter just unveiled sales of its two-story urban villas.
The four standalone homes will each have 2,576 square feet of interior space and 2,038 square feet of exterior space, and range in price from $3.5 million to $4.5 million, according to a release. The villas each have three bedrooms, a den, four bathrooms, a rooftop and private sky pool.
Paramount, a 60-story tower with more than 500 residential units, is 85 percent sold with about $400 million in sales. Units range from 1,180 square feet to 2,350 square feet. The building at 851 Northeast First Avenue, part of the 27-acre mixed-use project, is being built by Dan Kodsi and Miami Worldcenter master developers Nitin Motwani and Art Falcone. They topped out construction of Paramount in August and it’s expected to be delivered this spring.
The villas will be on the eighth floor upper deck amenity level, which will include a soccer field, tennis courts, and a resort-style pool. OneWorld Properties, led by Peggy Fucci, has been handling sales.
The tower could also have an uncommon amenity: a skyport that would allow passenger drones – a.k.a. flying cars – to land on top of it. Kodsi announced last year that he was modifying the rooftop’s design to fit the 5,000-square-foot skyport. – Katherine Kallergis