Legacy Miami Worldcenter signed a utilities deal last week that will allow it to connect to Miami-Dade’s water and sewer lines.
The developer of the 50-story project has agreed to pay a connection charge estimated at $912,649.35 (the actual charge will be based on rates in effect at the time of connection).
According to the agreement, Legacy will include:
The developers submitted plans for a construction permit to the city in December, but there has been little progress in the past month.
Records show that they are using a private provider for review of the permit, which is more expensive but much faster.
The tower was approved by the FAA in January for a height of 661 feet above ground, which would make it the second tallest at Worldcenter.
Developer Royal Palm Communities completed the purchase of the site in December 2020. At the time, Worldcenter said that the tower would break ground in early 2021.