The futuristic residential tower will convert the roof into an air terminal for aircraft.
The developers of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter tower are preparing for the future of urban aviation by making modifications to the design of the tower to adapt a 5 thousand square foot air terminal on top of its new 60-story residential building located in downtown Miami
The futuristic residential tower will convert the roof into an air terminal for vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (VTOL), also known as passenger drones or colloquially as “flying cars”.
The transport of the future will arrive within the next 10 to 15 years. Flying vehicles will use airspace to alleviate traffic problems, provide solutions for daily commuting and at the same time contribute to the improvement of the environment. These vehicles look like a helicopter, although they are much quieter, work electronically and are ecological.
In the future, residents will be able to climb an elegant glass elevator and head towards the private rooftop where these ships will pick them up and transport them to different locations.
Since UBER Elevate announced the start of its urban air taxi project in Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles and Dubai by 2020, a kind of battle in the field of technology for aircraft and automobile manufacturers, both national as international, to develop flying cars.
They also include the German developers of Volocopter and Lilium, Airbus of Vahana, the Chinese developers of Ehang 184 and Terrafugia, Google’s Kitty Hawk Flyer, and Surefly’s Workhorse.
As part of the Miami Worldcenter project located in downtown Miami, Paramou t exceeded 70% in sales of its more than 500 residences and 400 million dollars in total.
The apartments range in size from 1180 to 2350 square feet, with prices ranging from $ 750,000.