66-Story Aston Martin Tower Reaches Completion, 99% Sold

They said it couldn’t be done. Now, downtown Miami’s Aston Martin Residences tower has opened, with almost all of the residential units already sold.

Developer G&G Business Developments held a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 30, during Miami’s race week. The event was also attended by Aston Martin executives and Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.

The tower includes 391 luxury condos, of which 99% were sold prior to opening. More than 50 of the new residents also already own an Aston Martin car.

Aston Martin’s design team worked with architect Rodolfo Miani of Bodas Mian Anger on the sail-shaped glass tower.

There are four levels of amenity spaces for residents on levels 52 through 55, including an art gallery, movie theaters, golf simulator, business center and conference room, kids playroom, as well as a full-service spa, beauty salon and barber shop.

There’s also a pool deck on level 55 with jacuzzis and cabanas. The floor also has a chef’s kitchen, ballroom and private dining areas.

 

(photos: Aston Martin)

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Anonymous
19 days ago

That penthouse is no joke. Congrats Aston Martin on a fantastic build!

Anonymous
19 days ago

I think this building is fantastic, one of the most beautiful and well located in the region, facing the Bay, with beautiful views from the first floors. It will be one of the buildings most photographed and filmed by visitors.

Facepalm
19 days ago

That tract lighting is awful. I’d be embarrassed…

Anon
19 days ago

I was actually about to say that same thing – the track lighting is super hideous – wtf? Other than that incredible building

Anonymous Vision
19 days ago

Let’s work together to extend the Miami Riverwalk, as shown by the green line on this map, from the inlet to the new Dream Hotel, crossing SW 2nd Avenue (predicting it to soon be Park Avenue), leading to Marti Park and continuing all the way to Miami Circle, then connecting to the Brickell Key baywalk and the Brickell baywalk.

Anon
19 days ago

Unfortunately extending the Riverwalk has nothing to do with commenters on TNM “working together”. Until all the developments are completed, like One River Point, the Riverwalk won’t be connected.

Buildings like Baccarat and the new Hyatt have a long, long way to go. (It took 10 years to develop Aston Martin, 7 years of construction).

Appreciate the optimism though!

Anonymous
19 days ago

I understand and appreciate your positive feedback. It’s more of an idea to bring developers together and involve the public in filling the gaps to make this vision a reality.

Anonymous
19 days ago

One River Point is a stale proposal.

More information please
17 days ago

7 years is a very long construction process.I understand the build happened in a very congested area, with very tight spacing.I would like to see more details about construction firms navigate the challenge of such a build.

Sterling Cooper
19 days ago

It is called the Miami River Greenway, and it was planned a long time ago.
No one in these comments section needs to “work together”. The work has already done, and the plan has already been set.

When the private property owners directly on the riverfront want to make any substantial improvement, they are REQUIRED to follow the Miami River Greenway plans, which includes a 50 ft setback, a consistent paver scheme, consistent wayfinding signage, consistent lighting, consistent planting scheme, etc. etc.

Anonymous
19 days ago

Sterling doesn’t get it, and spreading misinformation on this site doesn’t help. Look at the map. Right next to this property it says the Miami Riverwalk.

Wolfgang731
19 days ago

Cool, sleek building but those penthouse interiors…YIKES!! Couldn’t be more antiseptic and clinical if it were placed in a proton therapy center. It’s about as inviting as a the prospect of a colonoscopy. To each his own, I suppose.

Anon
19 days ago

White everything – super boring interiors! Building is gorgeous though

Yuppy
19 days ago

Pretty sure that it’s done on purpose so that buyers can decorate to their taste. It’s not a rental building…

Anon
19 days ago

Redoing the floors, walls, and cabinets is a bit more than “decorating”. You can tell the interiors were designed 10 years ago – this all-white everything look is super dated already.

Anonymous
19 days ago

This iconic tower in Miami defines the skyline, enhancing the burgeoning Miami Riverwalk recreational and entertainment city center. It elegantly connects Brickell with Downtown—creating new spaces for the next generation of Miami residents and visitors to enjoy.

Anon
19 days ago

OMG could this chatGPT stuff possibly be more annoying … answer: no

Anonymous
19 days ago

Perhaps I write and think like a robot—I find it amusing you think real intelligence is AI.

Miami Winning
19 days ago

Love that the tallest residential building south of New York City is here in Miami!

Yet Another Anonymous
19 days ago

Soon to be tallest building of any kind at 1040 ft if one of those gets built. Even Austin’s new the waterline super tall is only 1020 ft

Anon
19 days ago

what in the world are you talking about? “tallest of any kind at 1040 ft” LOL … so many buildings taller than that. Do you mean tallest in Miami (then why do you mention Austin). Either you are unaware of building heights worldwide or your sentence composition/English is very poor

Anonymous
19 days ago

A masterpiece for the Miami skyline!

Anonymous
19 days ago

Still paper on so many of the windows… building took forever.

Miami4Life
19 days ago

are we sure those images are not of the amenity area?

CJC
19 days ago

That’s definitely what they are.

Finally
19 days ago

Having the walkway open on both sides makes a huge difference! So nice to finally have it done.

Anon
19 days ago

Yes now we have like 1/10th of it done

Anonymous
19 days ago

Let’s work together to incentivize development of the Miami Riverwalk and add a few public funded connectors and boat slips or something unique!

Anons
19 days ago

Lol you new transplants are clueless. The community/UMSoA developed a plan for all of this 20 years ago. Local govt is too busy paying $65 million settlements for corrupt clowns like Carollo. Same guy who thought expensive dog statues were better investment

Anonymous
18 days ago

Anything 20 years ago should be updated to be enhanced in 2 years.

Miami for the win
19 days ago

My favorite project (yet)! I hope this brings new life to downtown!

Pianoman
18 days ago

When they say sold, do they mean reserved or have 99% actually closed? Don’t see any furniture yet on the balconies

Anonymous
18 days ago

It really means “sold”. The Term of Occupancy has already been issued up to the thirty-second floor, plus the four entertainment floors, from 52 to 55. The “closings” have already begun. I’ll do mine on Thursday, once I receive the keys. In thirty/sixty days, you will start to see some furniture on the terraces.

peej
19 days ago

I’ll never get over the pizza-topper helipad that they added mid-build–it really cheapens the design & will likely rarely be used…