Contractors building the Legacy Miami Worldcenter tower have passed the podium level of construction, the project’s live webcam shows.
Typically, shell construction accelerates once contractors are working on the more standardized upper floors of buildings.
The pool deck and other amenities are planned on level 9 at Legacy, according to a filing with Miami planners earlier this year.
Levels 1 through 9 will include a wellness facility, restaurants, ballrooms and banquet halls, a gym, a shul, and parking, among other uses.
Office are planned on levels 10 through 15, with hotel rooms on levels 16 through 25. Condos start at level 26 and up, with a sky lounge planned on level 44.
Legacy’s rooftop curve is planned to top off at 620 feet above ground, or 633 feet above sea level, A spire is planned to reach 679 feet above ground, or 692 feet above sea level.
Kobi Karp is the architect.
(screenshot: Legacy Miami Worldcenter)