The Legacy Miami Worldcenter is now proposed to go even taller than originally planned – just months after height approval was granted.
In January, the Federal Aviation Administration approved a project height of 661 feet above ground, or 671 feet above sea level – making it the second tallest tower at Miami Worldcenter.
The developer of the project filed a new plan with the FAA on May 19 that would see the height of the tower increased.
Under the newly filed plans, Legacy would rise 681 feet above ground, or 691 feet above sea level.
That would make it just slightly shorter than the Paramount tower across the street, which is the tallest at Worldcenter at 699 feet above ground, or 709 feet above sea level.
Legacy’s condo units are now 100% sold out and the project is about to break ground, the developer said recently.