The 100-story Waldorf Astoria supertall planned in Miami is off to an extremely strong start, according to one of the project’s developers
There have been “hundreds and hundreds of millions of sales,” according to PMG managing partner Ryan Shear.
Shear made the comment in a video uploaded to Instagram by broker Fredrik Eklund, who was visiting the project’s new sales gallery last week.
The Waldorf Astoria is planned to rise 1,041 feet above ground, or 1,049 feet above sea level. That is taller than any other building in Miami by nearly 200 feet.
A total of 400 condos and a 205 key hotel are planned, with the condos expected to have a sellout value of $1 billion.
The tower will include nine glass cubes. The lower three cubes of the tower will have hotel rooms, with the upper six cubes to include condos.
A giant model of the tower was nearing completion last week.
There is also a giant virtual wall in the sales gallery that shows buyers the view from their new supertall condos.
The virtual wall in the background:
The 100-story model nearing completion: