Developers building the Legacy Miami Worldcenter tower recently submitted revised renderings after acquiring more land for the project.
The newly acquired parcel created an opportunity to expand the medical office component, according to a letter from the developers.
Legacy will have some of the most unique, high-end design elements in Miami, with a sleek, art-deco feel, the developer wrote in a letter attached to the application filing.
“The pinnacle of the Project is the soaring spire feature, that will certainly become a focal point on the downtown skyline,” the developer said.
Elevations attached to the application show the spire rising around 60 feet at the top of the tower.
The ground floor includes hotel and condominium lobby areas, retail, dining, and an
exciting pedestrian hardscape program.
The second level houses a 7,500 square foot shul, which will serve the religious needs of the surrounding community.
The remainder of the building includes a 218 key hotel, a 308-unit residential condominium, and several levels of office space that will house a premier medical facility.
The Project includes a full suite of wellness amenities, multiple swimming pools, hotel ballrooms, and sky lounge.
Miami’s UDRB voted unanimously on April 19 to recommend approval for the proposed design changes. The project previously received approval in 2021 prior to the expansion, and is already under vertical construction.
A live view camera showing construction is available here.
Kobi Karp is the architect.