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US real estate brokerage firm "OneWorld properties" recently opened an office in Shanghai, announced the company officially entered the Shanghai market. In an interview with the media, Peggy Fucci, the company's CEO, said unlike many past Chinese investors keen on buying properties in New York or San Francisco, Miami is now becoming a "more cost-effective" property investment for Chinese investors project. OneWorld properties Launched last year, the PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter project, located in the heart of New Miami City, is an iconic residential building on 30 hectares that is one of the largest property developments in the United States. The project has 1 million square feet of retail space, a conference center and entertainment venues. It offers 1, 2, 3 bedroom home options, private lift access, and some facilities not commonly seen in the United States, including a 4-storey Sky Lounge on the 54th floor, Sunrise Pool, Pool, as well as a rest platform and a 6 hectare platform, football pitch, tennis court and resort pool. All of these facilities are reachable via a lift from Miami Worldcenter's third floor mall. PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter promises it will forever retain its unique appeal. Peggy Fucci is the founder of OneWorld Properties (OWP) with many years of experience in luxury real estate, and the full-service real estate brokerage now has more than $ 1.5 billion in sales in recent years. OWP is the sole agent of PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter.
Ms. Peggy introduced the company's latest project, the YOTELpad project, which, in cooperation with the YOTEL brand, will connect with the Chinese market and South Florida's excellent real estate resources. Building on the dexterity of the YOTEL and YOTELAIR cabins, YOTELPAD transforms the essence of luxury serviced apartments into a well-designed, compact cottage "PAD" that caters to the needs of more and more global citizens with more value.
According to data from OneWorld properties, the number of Chinese real estate investors in South Florida is rapidly growing. South Florida will become a Chinatown long-awaited Chinese, and will soon be side by side with New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.