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Legacy Tower Miami, first skyscraper with a medical center for Covid-19
Posted On: August 20, 2021

Francis Suárez, mayor of Miami, Florida announced the construction of the Legacy Tower Miami, the first skyscraper that, in addition to housing , offices and shops , will include a medical center.

The tower will be part of the Miami Worldcenter and will be the second largest real estate project in the United States.

It will be 182 meters high and 55 stories high and will house 310 private homes , 219 hotel rooms, as well as 10 floors for medical facilities .

It will be a collaboration of several companies : Adventist Health, Blue Zones, Accor Hotels and Royal Palm Companies and will have an estimated budget of 500 million dollars.

It will be built using the latest in architectural designs and technologies, construction techniques and materials, ensuring structural integrity and a healthy environment.

It will also be the first major construction since the beginning of the pandemic and after the collapse of the Champlain Towers condominium in Florida.

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The Legacy Tower's $ 100 million, 120,000-square-foot state-of-the-art medical center will be the most technologically advanced health and wellness facility in the world, according to Royal Palm Companies CEO Daniel Kodsi.

Its objective is to offer an urban environment of well-being, prioritizing health for residential and commercial spaces.

In addition, it will be equipped with technology for future pandemics, for example:

  • Hospital grade ventilation systems
  • UV robots
  • Contactless technology
  • Voice activated technology
  • Water filtration system
  • Antimicrobial material on all furniture throughout the project

In the event of a public health emergency, Legacy Tower will be equipped with medicinal gases and even fans.

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"What makes the Legacy unique is that it was designed with a Covid-19 conscious lifestyle in mind ," said Daniel Kodsi, CEO of Royal Palm Companies.

The resort will adopt and manage established health and wellness practices, designed by Adventist Health. You will use them in conjunction with the application of 21st century medical technologies and processes.

With this, an urban ecosystem will be created where residents will strive for healthier , more productive and longer lives.

“Here you have a medical-wellness center , combined with a hotel and residences. This is, in essence, a pandemic-ready place , ”concluded Daniel Kodsi.

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