Miami Worldcenter Tower Project To Total 160,000 Square Feet After Land Purchase

The wellness component of the Legacy Hotel & Residences project at Miami Worldcenter is set to expand after the developer purchased a neighboring site.

Miami-based Royal Palm Cos., led by Daniel Kodsi, paid $4.45 million for the 7,500-square-foot property at 61 N.E. Ninth St.

Coral Gables-based Sin Bin, managed by Yueh-Chuan Shih and Chung-Shong Chang, were the sellers of the property, which has a 6,950-square-foot retail building.

The property last traded for $200,000 in 1996, so it had a huge gain in value. Back then, the Overtown neighborhood was an often-overlooked area, but now it’s been transformed by the $4 billion Miami Worldcenter mixed-use project.

Purchasing the additional land will allow the health center to total 160,000 square feet, a 60% expansion.

The general contractor of the project is Fort Lauderdale-based Moss Construction. It was designed by Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture.


Source:  SFBJ

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