New Rendering Of Under-Construction $500M Legacy Miami Worldcenter

A new rendering of Legacy Miami Worldcenter has appeared on the project’s social media feed.

The $500 million Legacy tower broke ground in August 2021 and is planned to rise 55 stories, or 691 feet. The tower will include 310 condos and 210 hotel rooms, in addition to a Blue Zones health center.

In June 2022, a foundation pour for the tower was completed. The project remains at ground level, according to a live feed cam.

In May, the developers acquired an adjacent property and announced they would expand the size of Legacy.

A total demolition permit for a building the newly acquired property was submitted in July, and is now moving through the approval process.

 

 

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Name*
1 month ago

Really looking forward to this! Any idea as to why they stalled on construction? There hasn’t been any activity onsite for a while now.

Anon
1 month ago

Most likely they are adapting construction plans because of the expansion; they squired the adjacent site to enlarge the project so those ground level plans will need to be adjusted.

Anon
1 month ago

***acquired

Name*
1 month ago

Ah, makes sense! Thank you

anon
1 month ago

No problem! Hoping construction resumes soon.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hopefully it doesn’t negatively affect everything good about this tower.

Anon
1 month ago

Change of Contractor – Suffolk was kicked off the job site – thier GMP came back over GMP budget. Kast brought in, so Kast brought in to reprice the whole building. Expect delays.

anonymous
1 month ago

same old beautiful renderings

Name
1 month ago

Big time money coming to Miami east areas. No other city in America is even close at this time.

Anonymoose
1 month ago

A real shame they can’t go taller here. This design would be nice for an iconic 1000ft tower for World Center with that spire.

Anonymous
1 month ago

agreed

Anonymous
1 month ago

When is MWC going to build the second podium of Paramount?!?!?!

anon
1 month ago

when they figure out whats going on with that office tower thats supposed to go on top of it

Anon
1 month ago

The spire is there…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Hahahah 10 feet is hardly a spire

Yet Another Anonymous
1 month ago

Capital at Worldcenter

Satyendra
1 month ago

As usual these big corporations screwing mind of trusting consumers. Please people stop believing these hypocrats.

BDub
1 month ago

I like the Deco echo with the spire.

Miami
29 days ago

Art Deco

Se me paro'
1 month ago

So it was too good to be true that Miami would have a spire. Miami’s “Legacy” will always be a flat top or cooling tanks as decoration

Anonymous
1 month ago

Misleading headline! What do the nez renderings show? Don’t see it.

Anonymous
1 month ago

New?

Anonymous
1 month ago

amazing pool deck

Antennae
1 month ago

Wow, this project seems to be at a turtle pace. So it’s hard to tell the new renderings. Probably no more spire????

Anon
1 month ago

The spire is literally right there.

Truth Matters
1 month ago

Sadly, there isn’t much activity here or at the E11even site. It’s unfortunate how long it’ll be before there is cohesion and connectivity to the master plan of MWC

Anon
1 month ago

They just enlarged the entire base of the building by about 50% so it’s going to take some time to update those construction plans. Then all those plans need to be approved.

Scott J
1 month ago

Right now they are saying delivery by Q3 of 2025. That is putting them very close to being in default of their delivery agreements and we are still only in 2022.

Name*
1 month ago

Maybe their crypto payment plan backfired on them.

Oh no
1 month ago

The spire is gone.?!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Your vision is gone apparently

Oh no
1 month ago

Why would they highlight a building in the back then?

Anonymous
1 month ago

You can even see the Eleven tower in the 1st pic

MMN
1 month ago

Keep that value engineering coming. It’s a shell of its former self. Sad.

Anon
1 month ago

Can you point out what has been value engineered? It looks exactly as depicted in the released construction docs to me.