Aston Martin Residences Foundation Pour Is Just Days Away, Will Be Among Miami’s Biggest Ever

A foundation pour for Miami’s Aston Martin Residences tower will take place by the end of this month, the developer announced on social media.

The pour will be one of the largest in Miami’s history, the developer previously said.

Construction of the foundation has been ongoing since October 2017.

The tower itself is set to become the second tallest in Miami upon completion, at 69 stories and 816 feet above ground.

Completion is scheduled for 2022.

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s happening people it’s actually happening.

Anonymous
2 years ago

If I had it like that I would buy here! Beautiful project and excellent location what a perfect complement to the skyline at the mouth of the river love it!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

& as a buyer, you know your view won’t be blocked.

Anonymous
2 years ago

ONe of my favorite projects in Miami right after OKAN and Zaha’s beauties

Anonymous
2 years ago

so.. literally the 3 that don’t look like all the rest ?! lolol

Anonymous
2 years ago

Okan´s trash!

Anonymous
2 years ago

I didn’t see a saxophone on the site so I’m unclear – is this happening?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Are they gonna build where the showroom is or leave that little spot open?

Anonymous
2 years ago

shhh… once all the units are sold they will sell that land to another developer.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I was wondering the same thing, does anyone know?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes, a Burger King.

Anonymous
2 years ago

aston martin “pop up” dealership

Anonymous
2 years ago

lmaoooooooooooo

Anonymous
2 years ago

The One Miami Condo towers have never looked better.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This project is going up so fast. It’s great to see a drawing board to crane so quickly.

William
2 years ago

That is an impressive single pour. HUGEEEE!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

How many cubic yards of concrete are we talking? How many hours do they expect the pour to take?

Anonymous
2 years ago

50 CY and it will take an hour and 45 minutes.

Anonymous
2 years ago

13000 Yards at 500 Yards per Hour Average

Anonymous voter
2 years ago

Please fix the above map’s incorrect pin drop location for the building…

Polo
2 years ago

I believe it when I see it! LOL

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice! Question: Is this project actually going to happen or is it fake news?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hey Trump, did you actually cheat on your wife or is that “fake news?”

Anonymous
2 years ago

I did!
-Bill Clinton

Anonymous
2 years ago

You may have Bill but I did it with a Stripper!

– The Donald

Anonymous
2 years ago

Of course! I just grab em by the p—-also. It’s a very good thing!

Azarius
2 years ago

But like seriously it took 20 months to get to th8s point ? jus glad it’s being actually build now

Anonymous
2 years ago

How long has 1000 Museum taken ?

Anonymous
2 years ago

They’ve been working on site the entire time as to all the below-grade reinforcements.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m already so annoyed with this area… sidewalk closed on one side of Biscayne Blvd & a temporary stoplight on the bend.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You need to stop visiting just that area.. you have the whole city and county to explore.

Anonymous
2 years ago

well… are you going to buy my downtown condo then?

Anonymous
2 years ago

For what?.. you wanted to live in a more vibrant area, now deal with it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Better close the street and bridge to cars, and add bike lanes!

Actually, it wouldn’t be a bad idea IF the tunnel is built, especially considering the bridge is historic.