PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter announcement of skyport for flying cars garners global media coverage

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PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter residents will be able to land their flying cars on the roof and take a glass elevator down to their homes.

Developer Dan Kodsi announced this month that PARAMOUNT will be ready when the technology becomes available.

A 5,000-square-foot skyport on the 60-story tower’s roof will accommodate vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, also known as passenger drones or flying cars.

Not only South Florida news outlets covered the announcement. So did national newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, Fox and TV stations in San Diego and Las Vegas, and publications in Africa, Australia, Europe (Italy, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Poland, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, France, Greece, Cyprus, Russia), the Middle East (United Arab Emirates), South America (Argentina, Brazil), Asia (Indonesia, Japan) and elsewhere in North America (Mexico).

“The future of transportation is here within the next 10 to 15 years and urban aviation is closer to reality than you might expect. The flying vehicles will use airspace to alleviate transportation congestion and traffic on the ground for quicker daily commutes, and cleaner air around the world. These vehicles are more like a helicopter, but much quieter, run electronically and are environmentally friendly,” says Dan.

“PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter prides itself on its amenities and high-tech features. While the industry still has many regulatory hurdles to clear, we are excited to be at the forefront of urban aviation with what can one day be the first residential Skyport in Miami.”

Construction has reached the 47th floor of the state-of-the-art future-forward tower that will house 500+ residences and is on schedule for top-off this summer and completion in spring 2019.

The signature tower of Miami Worldcenter is over 70 percent sold with buyers from over 50 countries.