New Renderings Of Sky Pool & Atrium Planned At 50-Story Legacy Hotel & Residences Miami Worldcenter; Construction To Begin Late Summer 2020

Two new renderings have been released by the developer of the 50-story Legacy Hotel & Residences at Miami Worldcenter that show what the top of the tower will look like upon completion

The first rendering shows a sky pool that will hang off the edge of the tower’s 45th floor, with views of downtown Miami from 500 feet in the air. The developer calls the pool “Singapore style,” referring to the pool Marina Bay Sands there.

There will also be another pool on a larger 1-acre deck area on the ninth floor.

A second rendering shows a seven-story air-conditioned glass atrium at the top of the tower, with indoor palm trees, a restaurant, lounge, and a bar. It will be the largest rooftop atrium for a hotel-condo in the U.S.

(An earlier image of an atrium used in marketing material for the project was actually a photo of another tower in London).

Legacy will include 278 condo-hotel units and 256 hotel rooms.

The developer of the project has also announced a new timeline for construction, according to the Herald: Groundbreaking is scheduled for late summer of 2020, with completion in fall of 2023.

 

 

 

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Anonymous

Miami needs plenty more of these developments, it’s world-class gorgeous!!

Anonymous

This reminds a little bit of 71 Above, the restaurant overlooking Los Angeles, only a hundred times better if they build it the way it looks on these renderings. Keeping fingers crossed they stick to these plans. If they do, you will be right. Definitely world class gorgeous!

Anonymous

Couldn’t agree with you more! These must become manditory!

Anonymous

Mandatory

Anonymous

Downtown Miami will be the place to be soon!

Jesus

It already is the place to be. We can always improve upon what we have and this will get that done for sure!

Anonymous

Downtown Miami is the place to be for the Homeless

Anonymous

… and they’re coming your way!

Anonymous

Maybe they will head down to Brickell.

Anonymous

Already there.. at the train and bus stops and in the parks.

Anonymous

You’re right.. and just wait till the Brightline/Virgin train extension to Orlando is complete.

Anonymous

Oh, it’s WORLD CLASS alright………..

Anonymous

That’s great and all but really the most important part to 99.9% of the people is how it interfaces with the street!

Anonymous

Um, yeah.. sure… if I’m looking to spend a million dollars and up to buy a condo unit in this building, my biggest concern would be, how it “interfaces with the street.”

You’re right, the interiors and everything else can look like shit but, who cares?…

GFY

They literally said “to 99.9% of the people”, not the condo buyers.

Anonymous

99.9% of this people in the county won’t giveadamn and the developers are not trying to sell to 99.9% of the people in the county nor do they think that 99.9% of the people living in the county are looking to stay at the hotel in this building… GET IT?!!!

Anonymous

The people that live around certainly are stakeholders as to the ground level experience.

GFY

Except Miami 21 specifically prescribes measures to promote good street-level design, so try again sweetie.

Anonymous

What is and isn’t good street level designs are someone’s opinion. That’s like some shoes you may say you wouldn’t be caught dead wearing, somebody else will.

Now think about that, sweetie!

Anonymous

Well then, how does Related build giant parking garages at street level? Waivers from Miami 21 provisions exist, sweetie.

Anonymous

Because Miami21 is just someone’s concept that is always going to go through amendments… honey poo poo.

Anonymous

Damn.. this is nice.

Anonymous

If you build it I will come.

Anonymous

Well, first thing, is that a 6″ lip from an Infinity Edge pool = will never happen!
That is the first of the flaws on these glam images. More marketing flaws.

Anonymous

Could be a 3cm slab of water feature?

Jesus

Man, that second picture of the skyline from the top took my heart away! That looks amazing! I want this to be built. This is the best skyscraper to be built in Miami. This is better than Aston Martin, 830 Brickell or anything else. That shot of the skyline was fantastic! I can’t get it out of my mind!

Anonymous

enjoy the rendering because, even if happens, it will NOT, I repeat, it will NOT look like this.

Anonymous

That’s what I found out about people and the picture they use when it comes to online dating.

Shawn Kouri

Wooooooooooohoooooooooooo

POLO

Beautiful tower, let’s hope it gets build. It seems that all the square boxes come out of the ground like weed. However, the beautiful towers like this, languish for ever to get started.

Anonymous

You mean – “hope it gets built,” which is a past tense word in English.

POLO

Typo, thanks!

Anonymous

Oh okay POLO… I must admit, I to, make many of them.

Anonymous

I wonder if the LED lights of Paramount will bleed into this building and they will complain ?

Anonymous

Marina Blue, locates across from AAA also experiences it from the massive LED screen that was installed.

nirvana

damn is that why nothing is selling at marina blue these days?

joe

Interestingly enough the worst hit units in the building with this, are the ones facing south and they have the best views of both downtown and the bay, Marina Blue should sue for sure, this is definitely not good for prices there.

Anonymous

What are you talking about? Marina Blue does not face Paramount. Which units are you talking about?

Anonymous

Marina Blue is just old.

Anonymous

Good point, its very likely.

Anonymous

Idk why people act like black out curtains or blinds aren’t a thing.

Anonymous

Nahhh.. some people think that we all (except for them) just leave our curtains an blinds open 24/7.

Anonymous

Miami standard is blinds open 24/7…… we are MIAMI, and we are not NYC. We don’t as we are not uptight. Gotta live and love.

Anonymous

I ran the streets of Miami in the late sixties on into the seventies and eighties. You can’t tell me Jackshit about Miami.

Anonymous

Dude, how old are you? The 60’s were 60 years ago!

Anonymous

… and trust me, you’ll learn this as you get older… a lot of dead teen, twenty, and thirty something year old’s wish they had gotten to live in their sixties.

Anonymous

Ha!.. some young people on this site want to look down on older people as if they weren’t born, they were created!

Anonymous

Are you kidding?
It will look amazing. I want a unit facing Paramount. You know they have blackout curtains when you want the void.

Anonymous

Haha the renderings still suck. Look at the tiny lantern by that infinity edge pool.

Anonymous

Thanks man, glad you pointed that out.

Gee, where would this site be without you?

Anonymous

What a tease

Anonymous

I think it’ll get built….

Anonymous

This building complements the Paramount tower.

Anonymous

Arquitectonica said there are no wavy designs in it, so it’s ugly to them.

Anonymous

Everything about this tower is incredible!

Anonymous

Love the renderings of the building. Why can’t more look like this? Most are boring and flat.

Shawn Kouri

Can Legacy Miami Worldcenter be built with modular pre-fabricated construction?

Shawn Kouri

This will be one of the towers that will provide enough hotel room capacity for the American Dream Megamall in Miami Lakes.

Shawn Kouri

And that’s with 256 hotel rooms, especially with 280 timeshare condo units.

Shawn Kouri

I just saw a report saying that this tower is also going to have a medical center for downtown Miami and Miami Worldcenter. I heard it’s going to be a high-tech one and it’s also going to be modular to be turned into a pandemic ready medical facility with ventilators. The developer decided to do this following the coronavirus pandemic and the recent spike in cases with more people being put on a ventilator in the hospital. This medical facility would also be ready for future pandemics and since this virus is going to take a very long time to go away according to expert analysis, this medical facility at Legacy tower would work.