More and more companies are developing new mobility solution, fit for the future and for the ever increasingly crowded urban ares. Drones and flying cars are just some them and, in order to support the development of this industry, some real estate developers are responding with creative amenity packages designed to incorporate this future trend. New buildings come with landing pads for flying cars that emerge on-demand from the rooftop pool.
“The technology [for flying cars] exists today,” says CEO of the Paramount Miami Worldcenter project, Daniel Kodsi. “We are just a few years away from the first flights, which could start in the 2020s, depending on regulatory issues. Meanwhile we are building for the future now.”
The luxury building is nearing completion and is 90% sold out. It also offers extensive amenities on its four-acre elevated urban amenities deck, with resort-style pools, spas, jogging paths, gardens, villas, summer BBQ kitchens, lounges, a jam room, tennis courts and a soccer field overlooking downtown Miami.
Check the video below and see how it works: