Dramatic Rooftop Planned At Downtown Miami’s Legacy Tower Shown In New Renderings By Architect Kobi Karp

Four new renderings of the Legacy Hotel at Miami Worldcenter have been released on social media by architect Kobi Karp, who is designing the project.

The most dramatic rendering shows the top of the 50-story tower.

A seven-story atrium is planned at the pinnacle, along with a “Singapore inspired” pool that juts out off the top. In the new renderings, palm trees can be seen both inside the atrium and outside on the roof deck, and the pool itself appears to be infinity style, which will make for a fun swim above the Miami skyline.

No spire can be seen at the top of the tower in the new renderings. In other renderings released by the developer, a spire is shown.

Also shown in the new renderings is a one-acre pool deck that the developer has said will be the largest in downtown Miami. It will include an adults-only pool.

At the ground floor, a glassy storefront area with what appears to be restaurant space next to the hotel entrance is shown.

Legacy will include 278 condo-hotel units and 255 hotel rooms, with sales now underway for the condo-hotel units.

Groundbreaking is scheduled for mid-2020.

Royal Palm Companies, which completed the 60-story Paramount Miami Worldcenter across the street, is the developer.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Finally we get a building with a crown. Well, this calls for a celebration… Not holding my breath until groundbreaking ceremony.

marc
1 year ago

I like the fact it seems to be mostly a hotel so hopefully it means sales won’t be as much of a determining factor as to if or when it will be built.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Finally we have a building by Kobi Krap which is actually good.

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

I can’t wait until it is built. 2023

Anonymous
1 year ago

Try 2025 at the very earliest.

Anonymous
1 year ago

groundbreaking in mid-2020 seems a little aggressive with the current market. Hopefully, the timeline holds though!

marc
1 year ago

Seems to be mostly hotel though.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is a beautiful building.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Adult swim

Anonymous
1 year ago

these projects at WMC are finally moving. they are moving slowly but they are finally moving. downtown miami will look great by 2023

Anonymous
1 year ago

So does this mean convention hotel is scrapped?

Anonymous
1 year ago

We should definitely be considering a convention hotel to compete with Atlanta, Houston and Dallas on mid size convention

Anonymous
1 year ago

did you forget about the Miami Beach convention center? Vistors rather stay on the beach than downtown Miami. Especially if they are coming from the winter climate.

Anonymous
1 year ago

We wouldn’t compete with that kind of convention on the beach.

Anonymous
1 year ago

name another city that has two major convention centers within 10 miles of each other? facts mater. I wish it would get built but it won’t happen.

Andrewn2
1 year ago

Las Vegas. The main convention center and the Sands convention center.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami World Center winning!

NYC Loves Miami
1 year ago

Keep the spire!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hope Kobi gets 5 stars on this one… It’s beautiful.

Anonymous
1 year ago

I take anything slightly different…so it is a YES for me!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

an architectural travesty…kobi krap for the win. good luck getting this thing out of the ground with his drawings

David
1 year ago

Basically the old Capital Towers design in Brickell ~10 years ago.

Anonymous
1 year ago

…and it looks better than ever.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Where are the folks who disagreed that Kobi Karp is actually one of the few legitimate architects down here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

This is an older design and is very schematic. How are the mechanical requirements integrated? The newer designs is a better. Karp’s team can’t design towers. The real design team is in-house within the developers organization, and Karp is the architect of record as they have the horse power to do the construction drawings. Karp is a hired hand and all developers know that.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Will the rooftop pool have a glass floor??

Anonymous
1 year ago

Are the majority of people not scared of heights? I guess not…i would venture to say 25-35% do get nervous above 15 storeys? I’ve wondered about what the norm is. I am, but I rarely hear folks bringing this stuff up in these tall buildings (balconies, near death swimming pools, etc.). Just curious.

Anonymous
1 year ago

how much overweight people this pool can handle before cracks and fall down ?
I will never be swimming on that pool nor walk on the street below it!!!!

peej
1 year ago

How many**. I’d say to take your ignorance elsewhere, but thankfully that’s already where you said you’ll be.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ugly as hell