Aston Martin Reveals Its Luxury Miami Highrise
The Luxury carmaker Aston Martin has unveiled its first ever luxury highrise. Aston Martin first real estate projects were a 66-story residential tower in Miami. The high-end condominiums overlooking Biscayne Bay will be built on a 1.25-acre site which was purchased in 2014 for a record-breaking sale of $125 million.
The Aston Martin Residences was a joint project between the British luxury vehicle company and G and G Business Development, an Argentina’s company owned by the prominent Coto Family. The building will have two private lobbies with reception desks, a full-service spa, and a fitness center. Other amenities include an infinity pool, an art gallery, children’s room, micro-cinema, and an exclusive yacht marina.
The tower will have 390 condominiums and each one resonate the timeless luxury that the British brand is known for in the auto industry. This is because the creative team of the automaker will have a hand in design decision, from bathroom finishes and kitchen to the art on the walls.
The building located at Biscayne Boulevard Way offer panoramic views of the city, but the best part is that the building also defines and enhances the Miami skyline. So, it won’t be surprising that it is going to be a famous landmark. Plus! The building sail-shaped designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Mian Anger is going to be stunning.
What’s more! The common areas interior will showcase the carmaker’s trademark colors, materials, and stitching style. There is no obvious car design as the plan is to subtlety incorporate the Aston Martin’s style but without overdoing it. But, they will put emphasis in fine materials and craftsmanship, such as artisan made handles, and leather door tabs to maintain the general philosophy of Aston Martin.
The residential tower will have seven penthouses and a duplex penthouse with private terraces and pool. The building regular apartment has variety range from one to four bedrooms. The Aston Martin residential tower is set to be completed by 2021. The groundbreaking is next summer and it will join the slew of current projects by branded luxury company in Miami’s downtown. In fact, The German car manufacturer Porsche is also building a tower in Sunny Isles Beach worth $560 million.