A new era has begun with the launch of the Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami in downtown Miami.
Our stunning Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami project, in partnership with Property Markets Group and Hilton, officially launched sales last week. The highly anticipated announcement set the industry and social media ablaze with featured coverage in many notable publications.
In case you missed out on the media frenzy, we’ve rounded up some of the top coverage of the Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami launch, read more by clicking an image or link below.
The exciting launch coverage signals strong interest and demand for the Waldorf Astoria Residences Miami among the city’s population of luxury purchasers and international residents. Miami continues to dominate headlines as an evolving global city with featured coverage on our landmark announcement in Forbes, New York Post, The Real Deal, Profile Miami and South Florida Business Journal. The project launch comes at a time when Miami’s economy, housing market and tech hub are all thriving with growth still on the horizon.
As a global five-star hotel brand with more than 30 iconic properties, the Waldorf Astoria is synonymous with luxury and excellence. The Miami market is the perfect addition to Waldorf Astoria’s established portfolio of upscale and luxury accommodations in the world’s top destinations. News of the iconic hospitality brands debut in Miami was also profiled in publications such as; Hotels Magazine, The Next Miami, Building Design and Construction, Next Luxury, and Hospitality Design.
Set to become the tallest residential building south of New York City, the tower will rise 1,049 feet above Biscayne Bay offering limitless views of the city. The visionary design team behind the project includes, designer Carlos Ott, best known for building the Opera Bastille in Paris and Sieger Suarez, who worked on high-profile branded residence towers for Armani/ Casa and Porsche. Once complete, the stunning design will transform Miami’s skyline with an exterior shape of nine spiraling offset glass cubes. Explore more coverage of this architectural wonder from Haute Residence, Mansion Global, Robb Report, Architectural Digest – Spain.
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