Closings started at Paramount Miami Worldcenter and it looks like a quick and promising success for the project developers. Over 100 condo units have closed already in the downtown Miami giga project, Miami-Dade county records show.
Closings started in late August and were hindered by Labor Day (Hurricane Dorian likewise shut numerous organizations during that week), yet purchasers are currently rapidly making their last deposits and claiming their units.
More than $500 million in units were sold before completion of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter tower, adding up to more than 90 percent of the 569 townhouse units fabricated. Purchasers originated from 56 nations. Many were offered EB-5 visas, which award a U.S. habitation grant in return for their speculation.
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