25 Units At Aston Martin Residences Have Been Sold, Beach Club Planned

Brokers representing Aston Martin Residences have released new details of the project, according to Miami Condo Investments:

  • 25 of 391 units have been sold
  • The developers have purchased land on Virginia Key for an Aston Martin Beach Club. Residents will be ferried to the club by an Aston Martin yacht
  • A $12 million sales center will open at the project site in May  An Aston Martin Vulcan worth $2.3 million will be the centerpiece, and has already been delivered.
  • Groundbreaking for the tower scheduled in October

 

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Urbanist242
3 years ago

Beautiful design. We need more well designed quality buildings in the city.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Just stunning !!!!

William
3 years ago

Virginia key is one big park. I don’t think anyone can purchase land there. What they could do is enter into a long term lease like the seaquariam or rusty pelicans. But there is no great beach with a seawall nearby to fairy residents. Nearby…Key Biscayne’s only beach front land parcel remaining … that could go up for grabs is the silver sands. That might work well for a beach club…

Sarah Elles Boggs
3 years ago

I wrote the original post on Miami Condo Investments and to be honest, I have no idea the logistics of the beach club. I looked on the tax roll and didn’t see any parcels that they could purchase. All I know is what was in the presentation we had from the sales team. As soon as they release more details, we’ll certainly do a follow up!

Anonymous
3 years ago

Nice design (Revuelta). Poor renderings. Difficult location for an end user product. Tough market. No track record…..Buena suerte!

VidaEsParaiso
3 years ago

that location is tight and a triangle. units don’t have walk in closets. the skyline is the one that will most benefit and I agree on poor end user product unless you get the Pent Houses with ample room and amazing skyline views. Also the amenities deck will be amazing.

invasive species
3 years ago

how the hell did they purchase land on virginia key?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Have a heard of the thing called “money”?

Anonymous
3 years ago

“Have you”

Anonymous
3 years ago

Have you —>

Anonymous
3 years ago

<—–have you

invasive species
3 years ago

The quality of the commenter on the former “ex miami” has gone down exponentially over the years. I call for people to be required to create a username at least. That way we’re able to tell each other apart. Yeah, idiot, I’ve heard of a thing called money. If you had half a brain, or knew ANYTHING about real estate, you’d question how a private developer would be able to purchase city owned land on a protected island in Miami, no matter how much money they had…. What’s the bigger picture here? You obviously miss it. Miami needs to do two things in order to stop being such a joke. It needs to make becoming a realtor more difficult and it needs to make getting a driver’s license more difficult. That way buffoons like you aren’t going around delegitimizing the entire industry and crossing across four lanes of highway without your blinker.