Paramount Bay Expected To Sell Out by First Quarter 2013!
by Sep Niakan | January 14, 2013
With only 28 units remaining, Paramount Bay is selling out, and selling out fast. This suave property, standing tall in the burgeoning Biscayne Corridor, is already expected to be completely sold out by the first quarter of 2013, if not earlier. iStar Residential, one of the owners at Paramount Bay roped in Kravitz Design Inc. to take over the design responsibilities, a move that has paid off well, attracting both domestic as well as international buyers.
Describing his design plan for Paramount Bay Lenny Kravitz said, “My vision for Paramount Bay is one that integrates the natural beauty and energy of Miami into a look that is as functional as it is inspirational. Life within the walls of Paramount Bay should be a blend of urban chic and waterfront living. Every corner, space and turn is strategically envisioned to emphasize this.”
With over 90% of its unit portfolio already sold out, we know that Lenny Kravitz’s ambitious vision has been executed well. The sophisticated Paramount Bay has drawn out buyers in equal numbers from the US as well as internationally. Of its American buyers, Florida accounts for a third of all sales to date, while Latin Americans from Venezuela top the list of buyers internationally. With only three of its eleven penthouses left on the market, if you’re looking to reserve a unit in the swanky Paramount Bay the time to act would be now.
Call us at 305-725-0566 to reserve yourself a residence in the luxurious Paramount Bay!
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