Cities are beginning to become increasingly crowded, while majority of today’s buyers tend to see condos as a temporary first step into the world of property owning, instead of long term. Developers caught on and responded quite creatively with amenity packages that try to make a tall building feel like a home. While there are many competitive aspects of new construction, from celebrity trainers and chefs to high-end designers, one aspect is ahead of the rest as it plans to add a landing pad for flying cars to its buildings that will emerge on demand from the rooftop pool.
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“The technology [for flying cars] exists today,” says CEO of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter project, Daniel Kodsi. “We are just a few years away from the first flights, which could start in the 2020s, depending on regulatory issues. Meanwhile we are building for the future now.”
The luxurious building is almost complete, while being 90% sold out. It offers a variety of amenities across its four-acre elevated urban amenities deck, with resort-style pools, spas, jogging paths, gardens, villas, summer BBQ kitchens, lounges, a jam room, tennis courts and a soccer field, which offers beautiful views of downtown Miami.
If you’d rather hold out until flying cars actually become a reality, Turnberry Ocean Club developed by Jeffrey Soffer of the Soffer family, is always a great choice. Turnberry residents have access to a private aviation access from the Fontainebleau Aviation Luxe Facility at the Opa-Locka Executive Airport, which includes preferred rates, aircraft maintenance and full-service concierge. This building in particular is 60% sold and is expected to be completed in late 2019. Units begin at $3.9 million and go as high as $35 million for the penthouses.