The Waldorf Astoria residences, which is set to become Miami’s first ever 100-story supertall, now has a sales team in place – and they are confident that the tower will sell out.
The developer has previously said that Waldorf Astoria Miami will have a sell-out value of $1 billion. A total of 400 condos and 205 hotel keys are planned.
The tower itself will rise 1,040 feet above ground, or 1,049 feet above sea level. That is about 200 feet taller than any building ever built in Miami.
PMG the developer of the project, will launch an in-house sales team to oversee the effort.
E11even, another new tower being launched by PMG, will also be handled by a sales team that is in house.
“Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami and E11even Hotel & Residences Miami are stellar, one-of-a-kind projects, and we are extremely confident we will have success in selling out these iconic residential developments,” said Sergio Pintos, Principal at PMG Residential.
Photos taken this week show that the Waldorf sales center is nearly ready to open.
The Waldorf sales center at 400 Biscayne as seen yesterday: