66-Story Aston Martin Residences Close To Topping Off As Miami’s Second Tallest Tower

The 66-Story Aston Martin Residences is getting closer to topping off as Miami’s second tallest tower, new photos show.

Construction crews recently completed the 55th floor amenities level, which includes an outdoor infinity pool suspended above downtown Miami.

They now appear to be at about level 58, the photos show.

At the very top of the tower, a triplex penthouse will span level 63 through 66. Penthouse units are planned on levels 56 through 62, the area currently under construction.

The developer recently revealed its Signature Collection of 7 Penthouses and interior images of the units starting on the 56th floor, ranging in price from $16.7 million to $25 million.

When the final 8 floors are completed, Aston Martin will top off at 816 feet above ground, making it the second tallest building in Miami.

By comparison, Panorama Tower in Brickell is Miami’s tallest at 85 stories, or 868 feet tall. The Four Seasons tower will become third-tallest at 70 stories, or 789 feet. The Southeast Financial Center will fall to fourth place at 55 stories and 764 feet.

A groundbreaking ceremony for the Aston Martin Residences tower was held in October 2017, with a giant foundation pour in June 2019.

Completion is scheduled for 2022.

 

(photos: Aston Martin Residences)

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Anonymous
4 months ago

HATERS SAID IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN

Anonymous
4 months ago

yeah they did and even during foundation work they were like, nooo theyre just pushing dirt and doing some deep soil mix and aren’t going to build lol

Anonymous
4 months ago

I remember that!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Then youre a OG ex miami reader

Anonymous
4 months ago

true

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yep…. TRULY…. but good for them! They beat our negativity.

Anonymous
4 months ago

This site needs to stop showing fake pictures of that Aston Martin building under construction because like some posters said about it and the Flatiron building, “it won’t happen!”

lol…

Anonymous
4 months ago

They must be surprised at this point.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Stunna!! If I had it like that I’d buy here…

Yeppers
4 months ago

Guys. I don’t think this is going to happen.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Going to look awesome when they pull the blue tint off the glass.

Anonymous
4 months ago

If you walk Brickell Key you will see that some of that blue tint has already been peeled off the first few floors (some spots)… facing the bay.

The sunset reflection is pretty incredible and noticeable. The AM building is going to look awesome at 7-8pm most days.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Windows require maintenance, like cleaning and retreating, just like buildings require repainting and recertification.

Anonymous
4 months ago

this tower will bring some classy residents to downtown miami. we need more classy people in miami, too many tacky people crossing the border and moving to miami. these tacky people used to hang out at bayside but now i see a lot of them in wynwood, brickell and the design district, i hope elysee and missoni baia open soon and keep the classy people coming

???
4 months ago

Your tacky for saying something so stupid!

Anonymous
4 months ago

“You’re” is english.
But, to get to the point, Bayside is about 80% cuban miami… few percent are tourists.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Send them all back on Spirit flights and they’ll stay away.

NYC Loves Miami
4 months ago

I think you’re referring to the tourist. That enhanced unemployment money is still pumping. Just give it till Jan, 2022. By then, they should burn out after the holidays. 😉

Anonymous
4 months ago

Another disguised racist comment how nice…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Amazing Building!!

Anonymous
4 months ago

YOU GUYS SAID IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN HAHAHA

Anonymous
4 months ago

This should have been the tallest tower in Miami. It’s stunning and obviously much better looking than the Paramount on Brickell

Anonymous
4 months ago

Huh?

Anonymous
4 months ago

I think you mean Panorama

Anonymous
4 months ago

Better than either.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Panorama tower is about 830 feet. The original plan was to have a broadcast antenna to bring it to 868 feet.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Panorama has to be the ugliest new building in town… Did you guys ever walk inside its even worse smh

Anonymous
4 months ago

^ That means Panorama should give the house you live in a run for it’s money…

???
4 months ago

Their probably just building a replica of the render so they can flip the property because this is no way going to happen!

NYC Loves Miami
4 months ago

Iol I love TNM!

Anonymous
4 months ago

I wonder if the 50 ft height difference with the SE Financial Center will be noticeable from downtown/the north side of the bay.

Anonymous
4 months ago

No.. it won’t.

Brickellite
4 months ago

Looks like I’m gonna make some extra cash leasing my parking space …hmm $375 per month?

POLO
4 months ago

Is this tower really 816 FT tall? Driving on the SR 836 from the west, it’s not even breaking thru Miami’s mass of skyscrapers. It’s not even taller than Miami’s Southeaxt Financial Center.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Not yet. Read the bloody article.

Anonymous
4 months ago

That’s because not much built in recent years is any taller than the Southeast Financial Center.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Fake, it’s just a giant 3-D printer model.

Anonymous
4 months ago

This is nice and all, but nothing can touch what Melo has done downtown in regard to architectural integrity and quality finishes.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Melo and quality can’t be in the same sentence. Their tower in downtown that looks like a huge barcode, is surely an architectural wonder, admired by fans around the world!

Anonymous
4 months ago

Just open the river walk. What a damn shame it’s been closed for years. No signage, no detour route. Typical Miami sadly. Could have been easily kept open by covered walkway.

Anonymous
4 months ago

The best comment of this thread. Some haters thumbing it down must be from the developers office. They blocked off the riverwalk which otherwise would have been a continuous walk all the way till the old Wharf site.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Worst comment on the thread. You do realize the builder needs a staging area to hold concrete forms, rebar, and other building materials. Not to mention the construction elevators and cranes which actually build the tower?!? Are you proposing a walkway through this area so you and your dog can have nice morning walks? Bring your hard hat!

Anonymous
4 months ago

They’ll love to get a settlement too, when a piece of rebar ends up in their shitter!

Anonymous
4 months ago

What a complete waste of land. This could have been a Class A office building near the river in the heart of Downtown.

Anonymous
4 months ago

An office for who?! Nobody will build offices in the next few years thanks to the beautiful plandemic

Anonymous
4 months ago

Yeah right. The city is trying to attract startup tech and bitcoin companies to the city, and we don’t have any office space. What a joke.

Anonymous
4 months ago

^ I guess you’ve been everywhere in the city trying to find office space and can’t and that’s how you know there isn’t any?

Anonymous
4 months ago

It sure was a complete waste of land. I mean, how that piece of land by the river and mouth of the bay just sat there being and looking stupidly empty and derelict for so long before this Aston Martin development came along.. it was just utterly shameful.

Anonymous
4 months ago

It was an open space of grass. If any development was going to go in it’s place, it should have been a class A office building. We already have enough luxury high rises in this city. We need office space in Miami so that the city can attract new businesses and maybe even Fortune 500 companies. The CBD only has 4 or 5 office buildings from the 1980s that are all banks from the notorious coke days. Why can’t this city get anything right.

Anonymous
4 months ago

^ So you already know what the office demand is in Miami?

Man there are a lot of experts who check out TNM.

Anonymous
4 months ago

And you know about the office demand? Seriously, if there isn’t any office space demand in Miami, then we are doing something wrong. Look at the “high tax” cities (Chicago, NYC, DC, Denver) that have plentiful office buildings in their skylines. Why is it that in Florida, the home of the “tax breaks” for big corporations, cannot draw any talent? Speaking of corporations, not even Burger King wanted to establish their office in Downtown Miami for whatever reasons. They chose office space on the outskirts of the city near the airport. It’s just odd. We sell sunshine and mojitos for the ultra rich. As if that’s sustainable for the next several years when the economy takes a sh!t.

Across My Balcony
4 months ago

It’s right across from my balcony. It stands on a small plot of land. Time will tell if it’s sutainable. Only fools will invest in those units and live there.

Anonymous
4 months ago

Beautiful but that Legacy tower at MWC will even top this.

Anonymous
4 months ago

830 Brickell, Natiivo, Legacy, downtown 1st, downtown 6th, Elleven, the M tower, Metro Edgewater, 1 Southside Park, Miami river towers, Miami World Center towers, and many more.

Hey movie makers, get your cameras ready…

Anonymous
4 months ago

Legacy is a wonderful tower, and certainly better looking than Waldorf Astoria, but considering its location, this is superior.

NYC Loves Miami
4 months ago

I don’t know about that. This tower looks like it’s docked and ready to set sail for a marvelous sea voyage. I can’t say that about any other tower. Perfect design for the area. Love it!