Giant Sales Center Is Now Under Construction For Downtown Miami’s 98-Story Supertall Waldorf Astoria

Construction on a massive sales gallery for the 98-story Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences is underway.

The sales center is being built a block away from the Waldorf construction site, so that it can remain open during construction of the supertall tower. The Waldorf site is at 300 Biscayne Boulevard next to the X Miami tower, while the sales center is at 400 Biscayne, next to the construction site for a 49-story apartment tower that is currently rising.

The pre-fabricated sales gallery structure will include 6,144 square feet of space, with 20-foot ceiling heights, according to a construction permit. Total construction cost is $1,075,300, the permit states.

In August, a spokesperson for the developer told The Next Miami that the sales center will open in early 2020.

The $1 billion Waldorf tower will become Miami’s tallest at 1,041 feet above ground when completed. A hotel and luxury condos are planned within the tower.

PMG, Greybrook Realty Partners and S2 Development are the developers. The partnership obtained a a $33 million pre-construction loan from Bridgeinvest to begin work on the project earlier this year.

Sieger Suarez is designing the Waldorf tower, with Carlos Ott the conceptual architect.

 

 

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Anonymous

Please let’s give this huge skyline some serious height like this.

Anonymous

To make this more unique and distinct, they should significantly LED each cube so each can portray unique designs and/or visuals (like the cube used for Deadmau5 shows for example).

Anonymous

and a wave pattern for sure !!!

Anonymous

And shore power!

Shawn Kouri

When is this tower going to be built already?

Anonymous

2030

Anonymous

whenever they can get enough deposits down to secure more financing beyond “pre-construction” financing

Anonymous

Nice addition to Miami Skyline ….. great first impression for tourists coming from the cruises !!!

Anonymous

I hope I live to see our skyline with a super tall…FINALLY!!!

Anonymous

More giant developments in downtown with not much mass transit expansion participation by county commissioners Rebecca Sosa, Pepe Diaz and company

Anonymous

Okay seriously? I’m all for more transit and less parking, but for buildings with prices like this, like hell parking is needed.

Anonymous

So I guess the tower’s not starting early 2019 ?

marc

So will this be the first supertall opening a sales center here or have there been others?

Anonymous

is anyone concerned about sea level rise?

Anonymous

Why?.. and what do you purpose they do about it?

Anonymous

Are you AOC?

Anonymous

That’s why they’re building the towers taller, duh

Anonymous

I think we all are but that doesn’t mean we should just stop everything, we should work hard to find a solution. If anything these developments provide incentive to not just abandon the city and let it become Atlantis.

Anonymous

This week they have proposed that Thanksgiving be done away with because of the carbon footprint from raising the turkeys and growing the food . Insanity.

Anonymous

Put on your tinfoil hat. It’ll help.

Anonymous

No

Anonymous

Nope! That wont be for another 40-60 years. Plus all the rich people would have purchased all the elevated interior parts of the United States. Might as well enjoy Miami while it lasts!!!

Anonymous

I hope these huge highrises are able to withstand direct hits from category 3/4/5 hurricanes…….if they cant and they are still building them, then don’t blame construction companies.blame the city for allowing it….when they get destroyed during a massive hurricane……..brickell area is a swamp as it is……flooding everywhere…

Magazine

Good call. Developers probably haven’t thought that a hurricane could hit Miami.

Anonymous

Disposable building for disposable Miami.

Anonymous

Disposable comment

Anonymous

Disposable society…will get what it deserves.

Anonymous

Horrible architecture
Does not fit in
Several stacked cube projects exist already around the world

Anonymous

I’d prefer a regular box shape than the stacked look

Anonymous

Wow there really is no way to please you people. Now you prefer a box as opposed to the stacked look, but if it were a box you would say you’d prefer a stacked look over a box. Get over yourselves.

Anonymous

We’re not impressed because all Sieger Suarez and Carlos Ott did was steal someone’s else design.

Anonymous

you are right, I take this design, for miami it is different and finally tall!!!

Anonymous

Well at least they have the box part covered.

Anonymous

agreed – cause these people reading this have never been outside Miami.

Anonymous

And if they did, they might travel to someplace where they would see a similar designed building.

They could’ve designed something better for this 1000 footer in Miami.

Anonymous

Or inside MIAMI

Anonymous

You’re right. I’ve never been to Columbia, just saw the depressing pictures.

Anonymous

Learn to spell before you go.
It’s Colombia

Michael

Agreed. It looks like they were looking for theme to make it stand out from the rest of the skyline. The height does that already.