Aston Martin Residences Files Notice Of Commencement For 69-Story Condo Building

Miami’s Aston Martin Residences officially filed its Notice of Commencement last month.

According to the April 15 filing, a 69-story residential condominium is being built. Itau BBA International of London is listed as the lender, with Coastal Construction the contractor.

Foundation work began in October 2017, and two cranes were installed in February.

According to the developers, waterproofing and steel installation is now underway, in preparation for one of the largest mat foundation pours in Miami’s history.

The tower will be the second tallest in Miami at completion, with a height of 816 feet above ground.

 


(photo: aston martin residences)

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Anonymous
2 years ago

OK, can we finally stop the “It’s not happening” ? 😉

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are you kidding?.. you have some out here that still don’t believe that the FlatIron building is real.

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL, you are so right. I knew a hater that kept saying that even when the first cranes went up.

Anonymous
2 years ago

OK, I admit I was one of them, but I am very happy it is happening now!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I dunno, they might decide to fill in the hole and call it a day.

Anonymous
2 years ago

After the thousands upon thousands of dollars they’ve spent so far, yeah, that makes sense.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I don’t mean to be a pessimist, but two words: Chicago Spire.

Miami1
2 years ago

…or they are building a pool for Epic next door!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Incredible how they can build this. The lot looks so tiny from the street.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Was at the JW Marriot this weekend and gotta say Im happy they will completely lose whatever view they have left of the river because this building is a million times nicer!! JW has crap service and their pool is tiny highly DO NOT RECOMMEND!

Anonymous
2 years ago

hehe, don’t forget about Muza at Met. Brand new building is going to lose all the sun on the pool deck & views.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Do you people realize that people buying high priced residents in towers in NYC don’t have river views and have pools that lose sunlight in certain times of the day and still new buildings there are selling out like hotcakes?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Buy a condo at Las Palmeras in West Hialeah and your view will never be interrupted.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Where? Gross HIALEAH

Anonymous
2 years ago

“Gross HIALEAH” person clearly a) can’t spot a joke and b) doesn’t know where to get the best pan con lechon

Anonymous
2 years ago

F__k off, the Hialeah people are building all these towers that you wished you could live in!

Anonymous
2 years ago

you are gross. what wrong with Hialeah? oye mama

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, and is always a great to lounge with your neighbor’s kids swimming in the pool with diapers.
Unobstructed views though.

Anonymous
2 years ago

These people are really talking out of their asses

Anonymous
2 years ago

this isn’t NYC — geez.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You want tall buildings and also want sun. I
You guys have too much time on your hands. You probably don’t even live there either, just look dumb like why do you care if they have sun or not.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Heck, if a building is blocking the sun, you’ll definitely still feel the heat.

Anonymous
2 years ago

No, I just think developers should be smart and put a pool deck on the top floor instead of massive air conditioners. This isn’t NYC. Miami is warm/sunny year round.

Anonymous
2 years ago

How loud is this? lol at people at the muze who moved into a construction zone. Only a fool would rent at the Muze right now facing that.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If you live anywhere in Brickell and Downtown, you’re going to be dealing with on going construction because the amount of transformation that’s going on in these and other area in Miami is pretty much non-stop for quite a while.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I have the repeated flat tires as proof.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I just signed a lease at muze but my unit is on the north West corner and facesnorth. I’m good 🙂 my lease would probably be over by the time the view gets blocked at the pool. It’s a rental building who cares it’s not like people their purchased.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Oooohhh, I see what you did.. signed a lease now so you’ll have a heads up when things get really pop’n in the area.

Smart, very smart!

Anonymous
2 years ago

you will hear all that construction noise in your apartment and at the pool. enjoy

POLO
2 years ago

Wow, that foundation is deep!

Anonymous
2 years ago

And people had the nerve to say it wouldn’t happen and whenever the foundation pour is I don’t want to be near that area because there going to be hundreds of cement trucks

Anonymous
2 years ago

“whenever the foundation pour is I don’t want to be near that area because there going to be hundreds of cement trucks”

Uh, is that something you really needed to tell us?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes grumpy I needed to

Anonymous
2 years ago

Okay wimpy, thanks for letting us know.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Really bro? Go read a book educate yourself. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. This is not a communist country, Relax

Anonymous
2 years ago

Read a book?.. shesshh.. dude, stop whining and grow a pair.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Because MIaMi people for the most part don’t know anything about anything, they just want to see who’s the loudest. :::::don’t care:::::

Mike
2 years ago

Traffic? Where the hell are the driver’s going to drive? Water shortages in drout?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Well, to be fair it’s not happening any time soon. Since they didn’t post an estimated completion date, and it is 69 stories, I’ll speculate 30 to 36 months. Cheers