The park will feature seating areas separated by trimmed hedges, grilling stations with cooking islands and flat-screen televisions under wood shade shelters.
It will take up a portion of the 60-story tower’s huge ninth-floor amenities deck, which will include full-size soccer fields, tennis courts, pools and a gym.
Inside on the ninth floor, residents can work out in a fitness center or boxing studio or rock out in a “jam room,” complete with drums, guitars, a piano and a recording studio. Twelve Balinese-style, two-story villas surrounded by pools and other water features will also be located on the amenities deck.
Paramount, slated for completion in 2018, is just one part of the $1.06 billion Miami Worldcenter project being developed by a partnership including Nitin Motwani and Art Falcone.
MDM Group and Marriott International unveiled plans for the Marriott Miami Worldcenter Hotel & Expo Center, a massive 1,800-room development with more than 600,000-square-feet of meeting space, earlier this week.