The developers of downtown Miami’s Aston Martin Residences tower have unveiled renderings and details of a triplex penthouse unit.
The 66-story tower is 97% sold, the developers said last week.
The name of the new penthouse is ‘Unique.’
The asking price for the 3-story unit is $59 million.
The 20,000 square foot residence will include seven-bedrooms, eight-bathrooms, a wrap-around terrace on each floor and a private pool, gym, spa and custom-built garage.
The buyer will also receive the last remaining Aston Martin Vulcan race car, one of only 24 examples of the brand’s 7.0-litre V12 820bhp, all-carbon fiber supercar, valued at $3.2 million. It is engineered for track driving only, and comes with its own climate-controlled garage.
To showcase the penthouse plan reveal, an 80-page art book featuring original works of art by the property’s six internationally acclaimed artists-in-residence has been released.
The book of art, measuring 20″x 20″, tells the story of the penthouse, through paintings, sculptures, music, and poetry. It contains pieces from artists including:
Peter McLennan & Gregg Emery (U.S) with “Creating a Masterpiece One Brushstroke at a Time”
Aaron Schwartz (U.S) with “A Kaleidoscope Point of View”
Fabio Mesa (Colombia) with “The Dreamers”
Robi Walters (UK) with “You’ll Know When You Get There”
Michele Utley Voigt (U.S) with “Aquasitions”
One example is Fabio Mesa’s vision of the triplex’s upper terrace and private pool. Using his abstract artistic technique of oil and acrylic on canvas, an explosion of blue, white, yellow, and orange illustrates the epic ocean view with the sun setting on the horizon.
Elsewhere in the book, automotive photographer Rafael Delceggio brings the rare Aston Martin Vulcan that complements the triplex penthouse to life with a series of images highlighting the supercar’s design.
The book also features a QR code linked to an exclusive original score recorded by a ten-piece orchestra. The symphony takes its inspiration from the views from the penthouse.