The iconic Waldorf Astoria New York officially launched the sales of the building’s condominium residences, The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria in March 2020. The celebrated New York City landmark will introduce an unprecedented residential lifestyle to the heart of Midtown Manhattan, offering residents a world of exclusive private amenities along with special access to the best-in-class services found only at the globally-renowned Waldorf Astoria New York.


The Waldorf Astoria has been a beacon of timeless glamour and luxury for nearly a century—home to Hollywood’s elite, host to countless world leaders, and the site of cultural events and galas that hold a special place in the hearts of New Yorkers and visitors from around the world. When the Waldorf Astoria opened on Park Avenue to rapturous reviews in 1931, it was the largest and tallest hotel in the world and is currently New York City’s largest privately-owned landmark. The property is in the midst of an unprecedented restoration, undertaken with care by developer Dajia Insurance Group and renowned architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, with great attention given to the original Art Deco design. This talented team has invested years of work to understand the building’s history and maintain its heritage for future generations, while bringing it into a new age. The full block property, which will include 375 condominium residences and the 375-key Waldorf Astoria New York hotel, will welcome residents and guests in 2022.


Sheng Luo, Head of Overseas Business, Dajia Insurance Group says: “We look forward to seeing the restoration of this remarkable landmark through completion. The restoration is a top priority for Dajia as we continue to commit significant resources and passion to this project.”


“We have embraced a profound responsibility as the stewards of the Waldorf Astoria and assembled an incredible team to bring an unmatched residential product to the New York City market,” added Andrew Miller, CEO of Dajia US. “For almost 100 years, the Waldorf Astoria has been ­­­­­New York’s ‘Unofficial Palace,’ and was famously anointed by Conrad Hilton as ‘The Greatest of Them All.’ Now, with residences for sale for the first time, buyers from New York and all over the world can call it home.”

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