Not only is Miami’s oceanfront rejuvenating there are huge residential constructions in downtown Miami, as well. The second greatest development of the USA, the 30-acre Miami Worldcenter will be completed in 2019. It will have museums, parks, shopping-, entertainment-facilities, sport-facilities, a hotel and convention center, and transportation opportunities.
A residential tower named Paramount is being built at the Worldcenter. With a height of 700 feet and more than 500 luxurious condominiums, Paramount will be the second tallest residential building in Miami. Paramount will offer over 400 indoor and outdoor amenities for relaxation, entertainment, play sports, play music, attend cultural programs, concerts, and be pampered at the beauty salon. Paramount will have a unique observatory as an ultimate luxurious feature to amaze its residents.
Paramount offers an exclusive option for homebuyers -EB-5 visa program which allows those who invest funds to the construction of Paramount to apply for permanent residency. The immediate family members of the investor (e.g., spouse and children under 21 years of age) may also apply for immigration status. After the applicants invest the funds and apply for immigration, they can receive conditional permanent resident status. Finally, the Permanent Resident Card or “Green Card” may be granted. At the end of the program, investors receive their money back, which can be used toward purchasing or paying out a unit in Paramount.
The Paramount at Miami Worldcenter is located between two major highways - I-395 and I-95. It is adjacent to the Miami Central Station, which takes passengers to and from Orlando in just three hours. Paramount is easily accessible from the Miami International Airport and the Miami Port. The tower’s residents can stroll to the neighboring stores, restaurants, bars, offices, art galleries, sport venues, or take the Metrorail or Metromover. Miami Beach, American Airlines Arena, A. Arscht Performing Arts Center, Perez Art Museum, Frost Museum of Science, a college, medical centers, Museum Park, Bayfront Park, and the Freedom Tower.
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