You’ll soon be able to go for a swim in a glass pool that juts out off the top of a new 50-story tower planned at Miami Worldcenter.
Plans for a cantilevered glass pool that hangs off a deck were unveiled for Worldcenter’s newest tower, called Legacy Miami.
A bar will be located next to the pool. A seven story indoor atrium will be on the same floor.
In a press release, the pool is said to be “Singapore inspired,” likely a reference to the infinity rooftop pool at the Marina Bay Sands towers in Singapore.
The tallest of height of the three towers at Marina Bay Sands is around 57 stories and 679 feet. PR representatives for the developer of Legacy Miami said the new tower will be 50 stories.
It won’t be the only pool deck at the Legacy Hotel. Developer Royal Palm Companies says they will also build downtown Miami’s largest pool deck (totaling an acre) on the top of a five-story podium as part of the project.
Legacy will have an “adult pool” on the deck, one of three that guests can choose from there. The pool deck will also have a large restaurant and bar.
In total, 278 condo-hotel units and 255 hotel rooms are being built.
Kobi Karp is the architect, with interiors by IDDI.
Construction is expected to begin in mid-2020.
The floor plan for the rooftop “singapore style” glass pool hanging off the top:
A rendering from the developer’s website. It appears to have been changed to a new design: