Harvey Hernandez’s Newgard Plans Office Tower, Hotel At Worldcenter
by Sep Niakan | January 19, 2015
Harvey Hernandez will be creating a 250,000 square-foot office tower in the complex of the upcoming megaproject, Miami Worldcenter.
Newgard Development, Hernadez’s company, have chosen to withhold the brand name of the new hotel for the Worldcenter. However, they plan to announce the name early 2015.
Paramount at Miami Worldcenter was cited as targeting Chinese buyers. Incidentally, developers plan on opening a sales center in Shanghai in early 2015. Because of this, they have been sending a sales representative to Beijing and Shanghai at least once every month.
In order to cater to the needs of the Chinese buyers, they have hired a feng shui specialist to design the interior of the tower according to the customs of China.
There were no sales numbers disclosed by any researched sources.
Photo credit: Miami World Center - miamiworldcenter.com
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