Miami is currently cleared for takeoff – launching its primary first 3 luxury houses with their individual roof top landing pads.
Paramount Miami World center – a twenty-seven acres mixed-use super program that claims to be the most amenities property in the nation – promises the plant’s first flying car dock or sky-sport on the penthouse up of sixty-story building.
Its developer is betting that individual transport drones built by Airbus and Uber will soon whisk pleasure finders across the skies of Miami city – and drop off back at their own doorsteps.
These amazing flying car projects the actual deal says CEO of Paramount Ventures Dan Kodsi, who’s the creator of the Paramount as well as the recreational pilot. They’re founded. NASA is connected. It is not only science fiction any longer. (Paramount where over 500 plus units from 700,000 USD to 11 Million USD will be completed in 2019 and is already 80% sold).
In the meantime, two other latest developments will invite holders to commute glamorously through helicopter.
At the latest new Ritz Carlton Residences, Miami City beach where over 125 condos made by Italian designer will open early next year on 7 and half Bayside acres – a floating helipad lets for rapid drop- offs.
A pending Frauscher Lido 1017 Yacht will then fully shuttle residence to their doorsteps (the program has over 35 personal docks) in 3 minutes flat. Combines range from 2 Million USD to over 40 Million USD!
But not anything compares to the vision from the helipad at Zaha Hadid’s much landed 1000 Museum. It’ll double as the majestic ersatz observation deck in Miami City when it debuts early 2019, over 62 stories beyond the bay. The eighty-three unit program, which topped out last Feb, provides half and complete floor systems from 5.8 Million USD to 20 Million USD.