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Aston Martin Residences

Aston Martin Residences Miami

Aston Martin Miami is a 66 story tall luxury residential tower featuring 390 exclusive residences from 1 to 5 bedrooms. The residences will feature top of the line appliances and appointed designed kitchen and bathrooms.

Developer: G & G Business Developments LLC
Architect: Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Mian Anger
Interior Design: Aston Martin, Marek Reichman
Number of stories: 66
Number of residences: 391
Residence mix: 1-5 Bedroom Residences, Duplexes, Penthouses, and Triple Penthouse
Residence sizes: 698 sf / 64 m2 – 18,811 sf / 1,747.60 m2
Price Range P/SF estimated $1,800 ft²
HOA estimated $1.05 ft²
Completion: 2021


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Aston Martin Residences Miami Location


Aston Martin Signature

One remarkable element will ensure that Aston Martin Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way are the ultimate expression of a bespoke, cosmopolitan lifestyle.

A special Miami Riverwalk Limited Edition DB11 will be commissioned as the perfect complement for a very select few residents. Custom elements such as crafted interiors, luxe materials and finishes, as well as other unique features, will be purpose-designed into one remarkable motorcar. Limited to just 47 vehicles, those privileged to own one will possess a rare, iconic piece of history.


Aston Martin Residences East Lobby

The Aston Martin Residences Miami will feature two private lobbies, a two-story fitness center with a spa, infinity pool on the 55th floor overlooking the bay and Brickell skyline, screening room, British club, and a yacht marina. This monumental project will feature a triplex penthouse and 7 full floor penthouses with private pools and terraces.

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Interior Upper West Lobby
Upper west lobby

Aston Martin Residences Marina
24 hour dock master marina

Aston Martin Residences Lobby

Aston Martin Residences Miami Garage view
Garage view

Aston Martin Residences Design

Aston Martin’s design team, led by chief creative officer Marek Reichman, will design the interior spaces along with Bodas Mian Anger.

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Aston Martin Residences Miami
Building Amenities & Services

Aston Martin Residences Miami Sky lobby
Sky Lobby

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Salon from main entrance
Lounge

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Panoramic indoor pool
Indoor pool

  • Full Service building with concierge and hospitality-inspired services
  • Super Yacht Marina facilities
  • 24-Hour valet and self parking option
  • Charging stations for electric cars
  • Bicycle and private storage spaces
  • 10 destination controlled super hi-speed elevators and 3 separate dedicated service elevators
  • Digital connection to concierge and all building amenities from every residence
  • Pet Friendly
  • 2 private lobbies
  • State of the art fitness center
  • Infinity edge pool
  • Spa, sauna, hamman
  • Screening room
  • Yacht Marina and much more

Aston Martin Residences Miami
Sky Amenities

Aston Martin residences pool
55th level infinity pool

Level 55

  • Infinity Pool
  • Pool Deck
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Sky Bar and Lounge
  • Pool Concierge
  • Grand Salon
  • State-of-the-art Chef’s Kitchen Private Dining Room
  • Catering Kitchen

Level 54

  • Fitness Center (Upper level)
  • Virtual Golf
  • Movie Theaters 1 & 2

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Gym glass stair detail

Level 53

  • Fitness/Spa Lounge
  • Spa Lobby/Shop
  • Fitness Center (low level)
  • Spinning Room
  • Boxing Room

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Gym from main entrance

Level 52

  • Curated Art Gallery
  • Business Centre
  • Conference Room
  • Kids Playroom
  • Teen Centre
  • Game Room
  • Vending Area

Aston Martin Residences Miami
Residence Features

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Unit 01A_Living Room 2

Aston Martin Residences Miami 01A_Kitchen

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Unit_01 Master Bedroom

Aston Martin Residences Miami - Unit 01A Master Bathroom

Panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, the Ocean, and the iconic Miami Skyline

  • 10 FT. ceiling height in residences
  • 12 FT. ceiling height in penthouses
  • Floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors throughout residences
  • Top-of-the-line kitchens with European cabinetry and appliances
  • Bathrooms with European cabinetry
  • Premium marble flooring throughout living area, kitchen, and bathrooms
  • Private balconies finished with high-end porcelain flooring and glass railings

Aston Martin Residences Miami
Penthouses

Aston Martin features 7 exclusive full floor penthouses and 1 triplex upper penthouse located right above the amenities deck from level 56 to 65. The bespoke penthouse residences feature top of the line appliances and customized layout and finishes.


Aston Martin Residences penthouse levels
Rooftop pool and Penthouse levels

Aston Martin Residences amenities

Floor Plans

Expansive residence layouts from 698 sf to 18,811 sf

Levels 3 through 14 – River Residences
Levels 15 through 45 – Panoramic Residences
Levels 46 through 51 – Sky Residences
Levels 56 through 62 – Penthouses
Levels 63 through 65 – Triplex Penthouse

Distribution and size ranges:

Upper Penthouse 18,811 sf
Sky Penthouses ranging from 8,977 SF to 10,463 sf
5 bedrooms ranging from 3,764 SF to 3,994 sf
4 bedrooms ranging from 3,235 SF to 4,434 sf
3 bedrooms ranging from 2,236 SF to 3,075 sf
2 bedrooms ranging from 1,317 SF to 2,143 sf
1 bedrooms ranging from 754 SF to 1,001 sf
Studios from 698 sf

* Floor plans are available upon request.

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Zaha Hadid Is Designing A Skyscraper In Downtown Miami

Zaha Hadid Is Designing A Skyscraper In Downtown Miami

Zaha HadidAccording to Curbed Maimi, Zaha Hadid, the internationally acclaimed Pritzker Prize winning star architect, and one of the most revered architects of our time, is designing a condo tower at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard, her first skyscraper in the western hemisphere.

Curbed Miami has learned via email from Gregg Covin, one of the developers of the project, the other is Louis Birdman. The building will fill a gap in the section of the “Biscayne Wall” of condo towers across from Museum Park in Downtown Miami. The site is currently occupied by a BP Station, which Curbed Miami had theorized months ago might soon be built upon. The tower’s designs will be unveiled early next year and will be the “most iconic tower ever to be built in Miami.”

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Espacio To Build $412M Mixed-Use Project In Miami’s Downtown

Spanish Developer To Break Ground Early Next Year

In its first major U.S. development, Spanish developer Espacio USA has received approval from the city of Miami for a $412 million project to build a 12-story office building, a condominium building and ground-level retail in downtown Miami’s Omni area.

It’s the first major development in the Omni area since the last real estate boom, receiving approval from Miami’s planning, zoning and appeals board last week. Architecture firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners designed the mixed-use project, its first in Miami since the iconic, color-changing Miami Tower.

The development at 1400 Biscayne Blvd. by Espacio USA, the American division of Spain-based real estate firm Inmobiliaria Espacio, will break ground in early 2013 and take five years to complete.

In addition to the 12-story, 103,000-square-foot office building designed to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification, the project will include a 55-story condo tower with prime street-level retail.

Demand for residential and commercial property is rebounding in downtown Miami. The area’s inventory of new, unsold condo units has dropped below 2,900 units as of June 30, 2012, a decrease of 30% from a year ago, according to the Miami Downtown Development Authority (DDA).

More than 200 new businesses have opened since 2005 and the office market is experiencing net positive absorption as new-to-market tenants arrive and existing companies expand.

Source: Costar
By Randyl Drummer