The developers of the “iconic” Legacy Miami Worldcenter appear to have hired a general contractor.
Moss & Associates is the new general contractor for the tower, according to a July 1 update to the construction permit filed with the city.
The construction permit is still under review, although the developers are using a private reviewer to expedite approval.
A tree permit to remove or relocate 39 trees from the property was also applied for on June 22.
The 50-story Legacy tower is planned to rise 681 feet above ground, or 691 feet above sea level, making it the second tallest at Worldcenter. A dramatic Singapore-inspired cantilevered pool and seven-story rooftop atrium will make the tower stand out in Miami’s skyline.
Groundbreaking is expected soon. The 310 condo units in the building are 100% sold out, the developer announced in May.
The complex will also include a hotel and medical wellness center.