Developer Royal Palm Communities submitted plans for the Legacy Tower at Miami Worldcenter for a review by Miami’s Urban Development Review Board yesterday, revealing new renderings and details.
According to the plans, the roof of the tower will top off at 613 feet above ground. Mechanical space and a spire will ultimately bring the height to 690 feet.
Also newly revealed: the second floor of the podium will have a 2,990 square foot shul. An additional 3,761 square feet is marked as back of house for the shul.
The base will also have a business lounge, ballrooom space, restaurant, retail, and a giant wellness center.
A 9th floor pool deck, which is billed as the largest in downtown Miami, will be lined with villas. There will also be an indoor lounge/breakfast area.
Above that will be several levels of office space, followed by hotel and condos.
The top levels will have a “Singapore style” outdoor infinity pool and atrium with a sky lounge.
There will also be penthouse condos and junior hotel suites. At the very top overlooking the atrium, a Presidential Suite is planned.
Kobi Karp is listed as the architect.