The Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences Miami is one of the most significant projects in Florida. It is created by three major development companies Property Markets Group, Greybrook Realty Partners, and S2 Development. The tower, worth more than $1 billion, will rise next to Biscayne Bay to the area's maximum height of 320 meters (1,049 feet) and become Miami's record-breaking skyscraper.
The Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Residences will be visible from afar not only for its unparalleled height. The unique architectural project of the Sieger Suarez Architects and Carlos Ott tandem amazes with the boldness of solutions and turns the skyscraper into an extraordinary futuristic building. The tower will comprise nine glass cubes stacked on top of each other with demonstrative negligence. The top cube will be moved as far as possible, and the building’s shape will give the impression that it is about to fall. A precarious view is just an illusion: erecting a 100-storey tower next to water requires the use of high-class materials and construction solutions.
The fashionable tower will include 400 apartments and about 200 hotel rooms under the five-star Waldorf Astoria brand management. Exceptional luxury distinguishes Waldorf Astoria buildings worldwide, and they are called "presidents’ hotels" for a good reason. From magnificent lobbies in marble and crystal to panoramic terraces on the upper floors with upholstered furniture from world designers — wealth surrounds every inhabitant there.
The skyscraper will rise in the very center of Miami — Downtown on Biscayne Boulevard. Biscayne Bay is less than 100 meters south, and 150 meters north, there is the famous coastal Bayfront Park, home to Miami's largest open-air festivals. Central museums, concert halls, the best bars, and elite nightclubs, boutiques with collections of famous brands, sports arenas, and much more will be within walking distance for the chic tower residents.