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OneWorld Properties, a high-end real estate brokerage firm, recently opened an office in Shanghai and set up a project showroom to declare the company's formal entry into the Shanghai market. In an exclusive interview with the media, the company’s CEO Peggy Fucci stated that unlike past Chinese investors who are keen to buy real estate in New York or San Francisco, Miami is now becoming a real estate investment destination that Chinese investors believe is “more cost-effective”.
The Paramount Miami World Center project launched last year by the company is an iconic residential building in downtown Miami. The Miami World Center covers an area of ??30 hectares and is one of the largest real estate development projects in the United States. It has about 1 million square feet of retail space, a convention center and entertainment venues. The Paramount Miami World Center project provides occupants with multi-family options of 1, 2, 3 and private elevators that lead directly to the apartments. The project currently has the largest number of apartment facilities in the world, including Horizon Lounge, Sunrise Pool, Infinity Pool and Lounge on the 55th floor, and an entire 7-storey supporting facilities platform with an independent football field. Tennis courts and resort-style swimming pools. The Paramount Miami World Center project promises that it will remain uniquely attractive.
Peggy Fucci is the founder of Real World International Real Estate and has more than 20 years of luxury real estate experience. At present, this full-service real estate brokerage company has sales of more than 3 billion U.S. dollars. Huan Shi International Property is the exclusive global agent for the Paramount Miami World Center project. In the interview, Ms. Peggy Fucci also introduced the company's latest project: YotelPad project. The company's cooperation with the Yotel brand will connect the China market with South Florida's excellent real estate resources. YotelPad is based on the smart design concepts of Yotel and YotelAir huts, transforming the essence of luxury serviced apartments into the well-designed compact lodge "Pad" to meet the different needs of citizens of all countries in the world at an affordable price.
In the interview, the reporter learned that relevant data from Huanshi International Real Estate Company showed that the number of Chinese real estate investors in South Florida is growing rapidly. South Florida will create another Chinatown in China in the eyes of the people. It will soon be joined by New York, San Francisco and Washington, DC.Back to Sohu, see more