Miami Worldcenter is one of the largest private master-planned projects in the United States, featuring a diversity of urban land use, including retail, hospitality, residential and commercial space. Located in the core of downtown Miami, the ten-block, mixed-use development is situated immediately north of the Central Business District and is surrounded by world-class amenities and boasts convenient access to transportation.
One of America’s most exciting cities is giving rise to a vibrant new center. At nearly 30 acres, Miami Worldcenter achieves the heights of a world-class destination. It is within walking distance of more than $5 billion in new public and private projects in mass transit, cultural institutions, recreational parks, and entertainment venues. A dynamic urban core of diversity and excitement, Miami Worldcenter brings a new energy to Miami with a compelling blend of exceptional retail, hospitality, residential, and commercial offerings in one unique location. World, meet Miami.
Paramount Miami Worldcenter
Paramount Building is considered one of the most amenity-rich buildings in the United States. Residential units feature modern finishes, 10-foot ceilings in all spaces, and outdoor living rooms.
A distinctive and unique residential tower with views of Biscayne Bay that are unmatched in the market. Conveniently located at the doorstep of Miami Worldcenter, the expansive amenities are 14 floors above the street, lifting the resort-style atmosphere above the city and out of the shadows. Residents will enjoy a rooftop pool, indoor and outdoor lounges as well as a Wellness Center complete with treatment rooms, fitness equipment and classroom for yoga, pilates, spinning, and aerobics. The slender tower will give an intimate feeling with an only 12 well-appointed units per floor, all but one with water views.
Experience an elevated lifestyle with impeccably appointed apartments, plentiful and pet-friendly gathering spaces, a high-end fitness center and a resort-style pool. This apartment building is located just one block from the Brightline station with access to street-level retail.