100-Story Supertall Waldorf Astoria Hotel And Residences Will Launch Sales In March

Miami’s 100-story Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences supertall tower is about to open their new sales center for the first time.

A source at the developer confirmed that sales for units at the Waldorf tower will begin in March.

The launch comes shortly after developer PMG launched sales for another nearby building, E11even Hotel & Residences in Park West.

The Waldorf becomes the tallest building to ever launch sales in Miami.

A 6,144 square foot sales center for the project is nearing completion at 400 Biscayne, a block north of the development site at 300 Biscayne.

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 within the Waldorf building, with a sellout value of $1 billion.

PMG and Greybrook Realty Partners are the developers.

 

Update: The project is 100 stories and will include a 205 key hotel.

 


 

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Anonymous
7 months ago

Will Miami finally be getting its first super tall ?

Anonymous
7 months ago

yeah thickness is more important than length. by far. love me some girth

Anonymous
7 months ago

And I oopeth

i rsger
7 months ago

love it when it suprises you

Anonymous
7 months ago

just looking up at you with its big girth and length just shocks you

Anonymous
7 months ago

I prefer the opposite. But this is nice looking. Of course as usual it will appear huge when you get close to it. Good things are larger than they appear.
Glad that they didn’t cut off any of the pretty side decor. Looks natural

BDDD
7 months ago

THIS ONE! This is the one Miami needs. BUILD IT!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Miami can have it’s own squeaking, pitching supertall, brilliant!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Cool, now demolish the Holiday Inn Express next door and build the World Trade Center of the Americas.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

Now this is a smart person

TobiasR
7 months ago
Anonymous
7 months ago

With this and SkyRise, the Miami skyline will be amazing

Anonymous
7 months ago

That skyrise design is too unworthy to be in Miami’s skyline. I don’t have a problem with the concept of it, it’s just that I think it should be designed much better.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I disagree. I think the SkyRise design is beautiful and unique. At least it’s not another boring needle or cell-tower.

Anonymous
7 months ago

If “needles or cell-house towers” are so boring, then how come their designs are found everywhere and not Skyrise’s?

D H
7 months ago

It’s already amazing

Anonymous
7 months ago

I hope it doesn’t go the way of the OKAN
So sad fate has gone obscure. It was to be my favorite bldg in Miami

Anonymous
7 months ago

OKAN was just a scam for wealthy Turks to move money out of Turkey.

William
7 months ago

If they want to park their money here in a beautiful building and pay big real estate taxes I’m cool with that.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Okan isn’t 100% gone….I still have my hopes up.

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s gone. The sales center is there, but no one inside, and the space is listed for rent.

Anonymous
7 months ago

TNM please investigate!!

Anonymous
7 months ago

same with One Brickell Point right

Anonymous
7 months ago

History

Anonymous
7 months ago

The building is listed for sale, not lease.

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s toast. Let it go.

Anonymous
7 months ago

keeps everyone else’s taxes lower. They more the extra wealthy pay, the less everyone else does.

Dan
7 months ago

Or maybe they realized that Melo’s twin towers in the adjacent lot to the south was going to completely ruin their estimated sales numbers. I’m also upset that it seems like it won’t get built since it’s such a tall beautiful tower.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Transformational for Miami 🔥

Anonymous
7 months ago

game changer. miami winning

Anonymous
7 months ago

Looks like my 3yr. old first highrise using building blocks.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Totally agree!!! I made the comment about the archeological site and the gigantic Jenga game …. what made New York and other cities with lots of skyscrapers to look impressive and beautiful, in the 1900’s was the setbacks required by cities ..this really looks like a bunch of blocks your kid and mine would be build at the daycare 😛

Anonymous
7 months ago

I”ll take it.
Surely after this more iconic towers will be built.
I”m most excited and anxious for this tower. It will look stunning and make the skyline transformational

Anonymous
7 months ago

Agree, just like money calls money. Taller buildings call more development

Anonymous
7 months ago

Ill take the penthouse y’all! Peace…

Anonymous
7 months ago

You’re a little late

Anonymous
7 months ago

How much did you get it for?

Dave the Crackhead ™
7 months ago

I got these cheeseburgers, man.

Anonymous
7 months ago

😂😂😂

Anonymous
7 months ago

me too – let’s fight over it.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Great view of Ultra.

Dan
7 months ago

Was thinking the same

Calivalle
7 months ago

About time we get a world class building..💎💎💎

Anonymous
7 months ago

not the first world class building in miami. Check out the Aston Martin Residence, Paramount, and 1000 Museum just to name a few

Anonymous
7 months ago

Aston Martin and 1000 Museum are beautiful buildings with curvature. Easy on the eyes. This and Baccarat are not. Both are designed to grate on natural sensibilities.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Um.. what?

Anonymous
7 months ago

You wouldn’t understand.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Yeah, I wouldn’t, especially when someone uses “grate” to describe some people’s feelings when looking at this building.

Dan
7 months ago

First world class super tall building you mean

POLO
7 months ago

This brings the Waldorf Astoria closer to becoming the first supertall tower in Miami.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I hope we finally get a super tall!!!

Anonymous
7 months ago

well no matter how much we love it or hate it. There are several buildings in Miami that are far worse.
But having a positive note… I love that they are building higher. Leave more ground space for parks.
Prefer One 60 story vs two 30 story buildings.

Dan
7 months ago

Completely agree.

Anonymous
7 months ago

If the Miami market is as hot as portrayed this should sell pretty well.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I guess no articles today🤔 A disclaimer would have been nice.

Anonymous
7 months ago

ikr this is not okay >:(

George
7 months ago

Such a clumsy, ungainly pile of crates. Un inspiring.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Just like your grammar.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Designed by a 5 year old

Anonymous
7 months ago

The depth of thinking on that “designed by…” post was 5year old level…without any cutesy speech impediment or poopy joke.

Anonymous
7 months ago

X miami getring shaded haha

Anonymous
7 months ago

It’s cooler in the shade.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Amazing all the enthusiasm here without hearing the pricing.

Anonymous
7 months ago

There is nothing amazing or surprising that people are enthusiastic about great architecture.
The most amazing, inspiring, and fantastic buildings (yachts, cars, and woman) are the aspirational ones. The objects that inspire me to be my best self, and to produce something that the world will pay me to produce.
I hope this architecture and development inspires multitudes people to be their best selves, and make the world a better place.

Anonymous
7 months ago

I think the developer will be happy with inspiring some sales. If not, it won’t get built. Cheers

Anonymous
7 months ago

This is one ugly building.

Anonymous
7 months ago

You’re ugly. This building is gorgeous for the 305 💯

Mr. Miami
7 months ago

You are ugly!

Anonymous
7 months ago

stack of boxes with a string tying them together. Love it.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Lol

Anonymous
7 months ago

I love this building. Can’t wait for it to be built!!

Anonymous G
7 months ago

ITS HAPPENING!! LETS GO!!! Hopefully construction will start sometime this year. PMG is absolutely killing it in SoFlo.

Anonymous
7 months ago

How are the long elevator runs handled? Transfer floors?

Anonymous
7 months ago

Answer? Not a trivial issue.

Anonymous
7 months ago

Office? Hotel? Residences? Not too many balconies

Anonymous
7 months ago

25 millions years from now, a group of archeologists describe Miami as a city were gigantic creatures played with a Jenga game made out of crystal and concrete!

Anonymous
7 months ago

Future archeologists will notch it right below Pompeii

Anonymous
7 months ago

I’m here for the parking.

Anonymous G
7 months ago

PMG is killing it here in South Florida. I look forward to more of their buildings going up!

Azarius
7 months ago

E11even will be built before this but they are BOTH coming

Anonymous
7 months ago

new record high always = the top… thats all i have to say…

Anonymous
7 months ago

i’m not impressed at all with that pile of cubes/boxes. people have a better quality of life in small buildings.

Anonymous
7 months ago

The whole point of this building is that it’s so unlike any others we have. Looking at it from the pedestrian experience, they really did a decent job of “stacking boxes” in an interesting way. I appreciate the overall jaggedness/cantilevering, and vertical/diagonal striping theme, to distinguish each box/cube as its own.

By using a strictly, but interestingly, rectangular form, they’re not creating a lot of “wasted space” for a/the first Miami supertall. Picture the square footage reduced by curving the building in any direction for such a tall, slender footprint.

Anonymous
7 months ago

This series of stacked boxes will also play a beautiful counterpoint to the cylindrical KPF-designed One Bayfront Plaza if their renderings turn into reality.

Anonymous
7 months ago

OBP isn’t happening. Unfortunately, this uglyassed stack of Rubix Cubes just might.

Dan
7 months ago

The original One Bayfront design was way nicer. It had a nice jagged top instead of the tower basically being a cyclinder.