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
billiards entertainment area
private movie theater
screening room equipped with two 90-inch theater screens
3 wine cellars
wellness center furnished with state-of-the-art equipment,
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
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.