‘Largest Penthouse In The United States’ Sold At Waldorf Astoria Supertall

An undisclosed buyer has just completed the purchase of the penthouse at the under-construction 100-story Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami.

Upon completion, the penthouse will be the the largest penthouse in the United States housed in Miami’s first supertall tower, developers said.

The “Mansion in the Sky” will be suspended 1,050 feet in the air above Miami, occupying the top five levels of the supertall tower.

It will have just under 34,000 square feet of space, with 10 bedrooms, 11 and ½ baths, and ceiling heights as high as 25 feet.

Amenities within the penthouse will include:

  • a wall-street-style trading room
  • safe room
  • billiards entertainment area
  • private movie theater
  • screening room equipped with two 90-inch theater screens
  • 3 wine cellars
  • full-scale bar
  • wellness center furnished with state-of-the-art equipment,
  • massage rooms
  • infrared sauna
  • 20-car garage to house the owner’s extensive car collection

The private rooftop of the penthouse will have:

  • a large pool
  • swim-up tiki bar
  • 3 cabanas
  • an outdoor gym
  • a multi-purpose court built for racquetball, pickleball and basketball

The new owner is continuing to finalize features that will be included in the penthouse with the developers.

Waldorf Astoria Miami will be “architecturally awe-inspiring” upon completion, according to the project’s developers.

The design by Sieger Suarez Architects, in collaboration with renowned architect Carlos Ott features nine spiraling, offset glass cubes wrapped in a a “glass skin,” distinguishing the property’s architecture from anything else on the East Coast.

The property will consist of 360 private residences, in addition to guestrooms and suites within a five-star hotel.

There will also be: Peacock Alley; a specialty restaurant; indoor/outdoor pre-function and function spaces; meetings and boardrooms; a resort-style pool deck with private cabanas; and a spa and fitness center.

PMG, along with partners Greybrook, Mohari Hospitality, S2 Development and  Hilton, are the developers.

PMG Residential agent Paul Lash represented both the developer and buyer in the transaction.

An official groundbreaking took place October 27th, with completion slated for 2026.

 

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Anon
8 days ago

I can honestly see Biscayne Boulevard turning into Miami’s 57th Street (Billionaires Row in NYC)

Anonymous
8 days ago

Do anybody knows how much he/or she paid?

Anonymous
8 days ago

…correction Does anybody knows

Boss
8 days ago

I think I recall that it was around $79M.. I just don’t remember..

Anonymoose
2 days ago

it’ll be public information on tax appraiser website at some point

Anonymous
8 days ago

Brickell is Billionaire Row.

Anon
8 days ago

Really? Because I thought I just read that the largest and most expensive penthouse in Miami history was on Biscayne Boulevard?

Anonymous
8 days ago

It’s not built yet. There will be more like this in Brickell too.

Anonymous
7 days ago

It would be nice if they redesigned the building, looks unstable even though we assume it is, especially the top cube. But if someone is wanting to pay big bucks for it, who am I to judge? It will be seen by the entire city though…

Anonymous
7 days ago

Actually, I saw some newer renderings where it appears more balanced. I give them credit for trying something different. It’s challenging to give the illusion of being disjointed, while still making it look balanced and welcoming.

The Lefty Anarchist
6 days ago

I would put guy wires on all four corners. Pretty smart huh?

rusty
8 days ago

comparing costume jewelry to de beers is what you’re doing here

Anonymous
8 days ago

I know! This is where actual billionaires live, NYC is where they dress up.

Ken Griffin
8 days ago

Ken Griffin

Not Anonymous
8 days ago

Great to see it!! The Waldorf will transform Downtown and hopefully it’ll bring the entire area up! (*Cough cough* bayside *cough cough*)

Anonymous
8 days ago

The block directly south has a bloody Ross and CVS. Bayside is the least of bring the entire area up.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Even rich people use CVS.

Anonymous
8 days ago

I’m rich and I love Ross. How do you think rich people get money? They save it!

Anonymous
8 days ago

Ross ain’t bad

Anonymous
8 days ago

really says something about the future of miami….this is great

Anonymous
8 days ago

That penthouse is bigger than my high school

Anonymous
8 days ago

Bang Bros probably bought it to shoot p-o-r-n there from the top of Miami

Anon
8 days ago

Maybe FTX bought it..🙄

BB1
8 days ago

It’s me. I sold my place at the Jockey Club because I need a little bit more room! This unit was perfect for me! 😉

Gren's Daddy
8 days ago

Gren Kiffin prolly

Anon
8 days ago

That’s Kane Liffin’s cousin?

Name
8 days ago

this guys playing gta 6 in the future

Anonymous
8 days ago

Price?

Jerome
8 days ago

3.50

Anonymous
8 days ago

20-car garage—-the resident anti-car wackoffs are having a coronary.

Alcoholiotic
8 days ago

After reading this news, I’m giving one of them oxygen to try an wake him up right now!

Anonymous
8 days ago

Looks like it’ll be around half of the top cube.

anonymous
8 days ago

What…no helipad?

Tom
6 days ago

I’m thinking it might be a tad windy for pickle ball🤣🤣

AOC
8 days ago

Tax the Rich.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Agreed

AOC is a horse
8 days ago

We do.

AOC
8 days ago

Not enough if someone can afford a 35,000 sq ft home. How much wealth is enough? How many possessions are enough? All? while i’m sure its a beautiful home its beyond symbolic of the current real estate crisis in Miami where many people can’t afford a rental and somebody can swoop in and buy a 35K sq ft sky mansion. Its fine though, poor deserve to starve because they’re clearly lazy…..

Burntnuts Sanders
8 days ago

Worse yet, there are also people bigger, stronger, more personable, and better looking than you. waaaah life isn’t fair

Elon Musk Fired Me Too
8 days ago

Right – because that is exactly what the housing crisis is about

Anonymous
7 days ago

Wrong—it’s what being jealous of others is about

Anonymous
8 days ago

Yes, the poor will starve while Detroit has the highest obesity rate.

Pleezzee
8 days ago

^
Yeah man, you really made a huge point right there. Yeah.. “Detroit,” a city that was once the Empire of the U.S. Automotive Industry.. now reduced to a minuscule and minor entity of what it once was because of overseas auto imports and just plain ole capitalism. But you righties can explain everything.. can you?

Ignatius J Reilly
3 days ago

Detroit WAS the wealthiest city in the USA, if not the world, in the 1950’s. But with a modicum of additional study, you will find that Detroit’s downward spiral occurred well before “overseas auto imports” of the 1970
s and 1980’s.

The city began to fail rapidly in the beginning years of the 1960’s culminating with the 1967 riots that emptied the city limits of most of the well educated/well paid citizens, and Detroit has not recovered.

From wealthiest to one of the poorest major cities in the USA in less than 2 generations, is quite sad.

Maybe it is just a coincidence, but Louis C. Miriani served as the mayor of Detroit, Michigan, from 1957 to 1962. To date, he remains the most recent Republican to serve as Detroit’s mayor.

The mayor of Detroit was a Republican in 1962, and Detroit has NEVER had a Republican Mayor in the last 60 years. Incredible.

Anon
8 days ago

If they are rich and created a business that employs thousands and pays fair wages and benefits then they can have their 35k sq ft condo ….the taxes generated by the employees and his/her property tax is significant enough

Anonymous
8 days ago

No wealth is ever enough. Keep working hard and quit being jealous. You can get there too if you quit complaining and instead make yourself marketable.

Elon Musk Fired Me Too
8 days ago

I know right! All these poor entitled people with 1-2 jobs. Be more hardcore losers

Anonymous
8 days ago

Rich people have 1-2 jobs too. Just b/c they’re not on the clock doesn’t mean there not up late thinking of the next big thing to improve our world. Everyone is working hard – quit making excuses and find something that pays bills and makes you happy.

Hank
6 days ago

I need to mow more lawns! Then maybe I will make it big!

Anonymous
5 days ago

I think it was probably last year that I saw a TV document on tent people in San Francisco and one of the people they interviewed was a tent living Bank Executive who still had a job as a Bank Executive. He said he lived in a tent because rents had rising so high in San Francisco to the point that even he could not afford them.

Maybe his tastes were too high when it came to where he wanted to live and his income… but, who knows.

Lenny
3 days ago

Was that a Dan Rather investigative gem?
That story doesn’t pass the smell test.

Anonymous
5 days ago

It’s a start, maybe the next lawn will lead to a business venture and you’ll own the business one day. The thing to do is to focus on the task at hand without minimizing it to the point that you don’t finish what’s in front of you.

anon
8 days ago

That is completely the wrong mindset. It’s not the governments job to arbitrarily decide when someone has “too much wealth” and then what, stop them from making more?

Anonymous
8 days ago

Bch, stay in your district. We only want you here for your Holidays dollars

Anonymous
7 days ago

What makes you think this is “your district”? This land was made for you and me, from the Californias to the Miami islands.

Not Anonymous
8 days ago

Not nearly enough though. All you have to do to see the inequality form that penthouse is go down an elevator and a 3-minute limo ride to Overtown.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Taxation should be to pay for services, not for wealth redistribution.

Not Anonymous
8 days ago

Well, I would argue that housing is a service, as well as schooling and food, but many people here aren’t entitled to those things apparently. I guess it is more important for you for the penthouse of a billionaire to be 1,000 sq ft larger than for 1,000 people to have a harm meal or a decent house. I’m sorry.

America 101
8 days ago

You’re entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. You’re entitled to be able to participate in the PURSUIT of what makes you happy, which is different from being entitled to the things that make you happy. Got it?

Anya Johnson
8 days ago

When someone loses a debate this badly, I believe ‘Not Anonymous’ is legally required to delete his/her/xer’s account.

Anonymous
7 days ago

I will say that there is some truth to this. But we already do provide public housing….

I read the Section 8 welcome booklet today out of curiosity, and it humbled me. It has diagrams of how to maintain a home. It includes what I thought were basic facts, like where to find a sink or what the flat part on top of the room is called (the ceiling). It occurred to me that some people may not have had the upbringing most of us had and don’t know how to make a place a home.

We should all look out for each other but taxing for this is not the way to go. We should as a society help look out for our neighbors on a personal level.

Lenny
3 days ago

Nice post…very true.
We need to take care of each other, and wish all the abundance of life on each other.

Anonymous
7 days ago

It doesn’t matter what is important to me or you. It’s this persons freedom to do what he/she/they want with their money and as long as it was obtained legally, whether by luck or sweat of the brow, it doesn’t matter.

Lenny
3 days ago

Key word: entitled.
No. No one is entitled to costly apartments, student loan forgiveness, monthly stipends for food in perpetuity.

Money does not grow on trees.
The money that you would confiscate from me to pay for someone else’s “services” means that you are confiscating or stealing my property (which can be my time, my labor, my ideas, etc).

A thief robs you at the barrel of a gun, the government robs individuals with the threat of prison time, and sometimes at the barrels of many guns.

The America people are, and have historically been, very generous and charitable. Not many individuals are adverse to providing a safety net to their fellows in need, but when that safety net turns into a hammock, there comes a problem.

Worse, when the politicians start using useful idiots to institute compelled confiscation on other people to finance their individual “vote-buying causes” the phoney entitlements become absurd.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Who says you gotta be rich to be happy? You ought to be content with what you have.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Boo. Let people earn a living. Go to work.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Miami Winning

Melo, the true giga chad
8 days ago

sounds like a wall street billionaire bought it

MMN
8 days ago

The 20 car garage can’t be in the condo right. How would they get up there.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Car elevators.

MMN
8 days ago

I don’t think this building has that

Anonymous
8 days ago

That’s exactly what I was thinking… it’s possible for a car garage but that would take too much space up the tower. It’s probably a private garage within the building garage.

Gren's Daddy
8 days ago

Nothing gets by you.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Of course the building has elevators that support this, even a standard IKEA has 20,000 lbs capacity elevators with dimensions that even a big SUV can fit into

Mr. Ikea
7 days ago

No, they don’t. Do you know how much your elevator would cost when its eating into condos you’d be selling at $1,000+ PSF?

Bernie M
6 days ago

Rooftop basketball court. What is the wind up there? May need to make adjustment on jump shot.

Sub Tropics
4 days ago

It won’t be a record price though because Miami is still cheaper than New York City and maybe even LA San Francisco and Chicago psf.

Anonymous
2 days ago

Can they do a glass pyramid shape at the top so it’s not so corporate looking?

real estate BS
8 days ago

“distinguishing the property’s architecture from anything else on the East Coast.” ROLF. This design is not unique. Manhattan has one, I’m sure there are others. There is another planned for Brickell riverfront.

Anonymous
8 days ago

Eat the rich.

Wake Up
4 days ago

Ok, now that we are on the subject of Biscayne Blvd.; what’s up with the horrendous parking down the middle of the street. Can’t the Parking Authority find an alternate location for those 50 spots. Those parking lots look horrendous and cheapen the neighborhood. Is the authority to busy spending the billions they collect every year, mind you without much oversight, to figure it out?

The Authorities
3 days ago

Let’s start a sit-In till the parking authority does something about removing those lots and make them parks.

Anonymous
2 days ago

shut up already about parking—and there’s a huge park across the f-ing street that you don’t use smdh

Anonymous
8 days ago

Men like, women lie…numbers don’t. It’s over for that ballin…

Anonymous
8 days ago

All those kneelin’ ain’t prayin’…

There, I too can contribute off the wall gibberish.