A penthouse unit at Paramount, the cornerstone building of the massive Miami Worldcenter, has sold for $3.9 million.
The first Paramount penthouse to sell and close in 30 days since the pandemic started, Vanessa Gomez of Edgewater One Realty represented the all cash buyer, who like a growing number of Miami luxury buyers is domestic but out-of-state.
The developer was represented in the sale by Shelley Figueroa on behalf of ONE World Properties.
“The fact that this was a cash deal and closed during the pandemic, when so much uncertainty has plagued buyers and sellers alike — especially in condominium buildings — is truly remarkable,” said Gomez in a press release. “I think this speaks not only to the trend we are seeing in the market of people relocating to South Florida from more population-dense parts of the country, but also to the truly unique and luxurious building that Paramount is. I was honored to work with my client, the buyer, to help them obtain their dream apartment in Miami.”
The nearly 5,000 square-foot, four-bedroom penthouse is one of fewer than 30 penthouse units in the 60-story building and features a master suite that opens out onto more than 500 square-foot balcony with panoramic views of downtown Miami and the Biscayne Bay.
Amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a resort-style pool with poolside bungalows, tennis courts, a germ-zapping robot to ensure sanitation and a Jetson’s style flying car “Skyport” that was added for resident drones, when — and if — personal drones or flying cars become a mode of transportation in the future, according to the developer.
Dubbed “The City of. The Future,” the 27-acre, $600 million Miami Worldcenter is currently the largest urban-core construction project in the country.