Wolsen Real Estate, a Miami-headquartered real estate company, launches sales of luxury apartments in Miami, with cryptocurrency as an accepted form of payment. The apartments are located in four residential complexes, each located in the most esteemed locales along Florida’s picturesque coastline. Prices for these properties begin at a minimum of $2,000,000, and various cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, stablecoins, Ethereum, Litecoin, and others, are welcome forms of payment. According to Wolsen Real Estate, cryptocurrency payment is intended to streamline real estate transactions, eliminate cross-border transaction barriers, and enhance transaction privacy.
The following properties are available for acquisition using cryptocurrency:
– 200 luxury apartments situated in the Bentley Design complex, occupying 14.5 hectares within the Sunny Isles Beach resort area.
– 182 residences, including villas and penthouses with floor areas exceeding 900 square meters, housed within two towers of the St. Regis oceanfront residential complex in Sunny Isles Beach.
– 397 apartments, featuring penthouses with private pools, within the 80-story Cipriani Residences Miami skyscraper in the Brickell area, a financial center of Miami, alongside Downtown.
– 360 residences in the 100-story Waldorf Astoria skyscraper, resting on the shores of Biscayne Bay in Downtown. The management of this housing complex post-construction is expected to be overseen by Hilton Worldwide.
While each residential complex boasts its unique architectural design, a common thread among them is the promise of exclusivity and privacy. These properties offer private parking facilities equipped with car lifts, personal elevators, swimming pools, spacious ocean-view terraces, concierge services, fitness centers with gyms and spas, lounge areas, grand lobbies, and on-site restaurants.
The design of these projects are entrusted to notable architectural firms such as Sieger Suarez, Arquitectonica, 1508 London, Carlos Ott, and others. National developers like Dezer Development, Mast Capital, Fortune International Group & Château Group, PMG, and Greybrook Realty Partners are responsible for bringing these projects to life. The completion of these residential complexes is anticipated in 2025 and 2026.
This is not the first instance of Wolsen Real Estate embracing cryptocurrency as a mode of payment for real estate transactions. The company has successfully conducted multiple property sales transactions using cryptocurrency, with a cumulative total exceeding $30,000,000.
Wolsen Real Estate was founded by entrepreneur Denis Smykalov, specializing in real estate and brokerage services focused on luxury real estate in Florida. In 2012, the first Wolsen Real Estate office was established in the Sunny Isles Beach area of Miami. Since its inception, the company has managed transactions worth over $500,000,000.