Courtesy: Paramount Miami Worldcenter
CEO of Boca Raton-based Royal Palms Cos. Daniel Kodsi
Paramount Miami Worldcenter, a 500-plus-unit tower underway with more than 70% of its units already sold, is preparing for the day when flying cars come.
Kodsi told the Wall Street Journal that to create a skyport at the Paramount Miami Worldcenter, which will rise 60 stories when completed in 2019, two amenities will be flexible enough to be repurposed.
For one, the rooftop swimming pool will have a hydraulic lift that raises the bottom of the pool to form a 3K SF landing pad. Also, a space designed to be an observatory when the tower opens can become a 1,400 SF sky lobby, complete with a do