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Waldorf Astoria New York - The Skyscraper Center

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Height: Architectural 190.5 m / 625 ft Height: To Tip 190.5 m / 625 ft Floors Above Ground 47 # of Apartments 352 # of Hotel Rooms 350

Facts

Official Name Waldorf Astoria New York Other Names The Towers at 301 Park Avenue, The Waldorf=Astoria Structure Type Building Status Completed Country United States City New York City Street Address & Map 301 Park Avenue Postal Code 10022 Building Function residential / hotel Structural Material steel Construction Start 1930 Completion 1931 Retrofit Start 2018 Retrofit End 2020 Official Website Waldorf Astoria New York
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Regional Ranking #288 Tallest in North America City Ranking #94 Tallest in New York City

Original Companies Involved

Owner • Current Anbang Insurance Group; The Blackstone Group L.P. • Past Hilton Hotels Architect • Design Schultze & Weaver Structural Engineer • Design H.G. Balcom & Associates

Retrofit Companies Involved

Architect • Design Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Global News

China Asks Waldorf Owner Anbang to Sell Assets Abroad
2 Aug 2017 – Chinese authorities have asked Anbang Insurance…

New York’s Waldorf-Astoria to Be Sold in a $1.95 Billion Deal
10 Oct 2014 – Eighty-three years after opening in 1931, the…

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World's tallest single-function hotel, 1931 - 1955.


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