Aston Martin Residences On Track To Become Miami’s Second Tallest Tower After Completing Foundation Pour

Miami’s 816-foot Aston Martin Residences tower completed a massive foundation pour this past weekend.

Completion is scheduled for 2022.

The tower is commencing vertical construction this week and will become the second tallest in Florida. Brickell’s recently completed 85-story, 868-foot Panorama Tower is the only building that is now taller.

“I’m delighted with the progress in terms of the construction schedule and also sales. The feedback we’re receiving from purchasers is extremely positive, and their enthusiasm is reinforcing our decision to build quality into every stage of the process at the Aston Martin Residences,” G&G Business Developments CEO German Coto said.

The foundation pour this past weekend was among the biggest ever in Miami’s history. Over 14,000 cubic yards of concrete were poured, equaling over 1,400 full drum loads of a cement mixer truck.

The foundation itself is 15 feet deep, and took around 20 months to complete.

Prices for the 391 condos range from $750,000 to $50 million.

 

(Photos and video: Morphoto)

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Impressive!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes, but the construction already took 2 of 3 lanes of Biscayne Blvd Way and in the mornings constructions workers block the 3rd lane. So between the Brickell Bridge opening every 20 mins and the Aston Martin construction, traffic from Brickell is becoming a nightmare. Is it even legal for these people to block the 1 lane that is left “open”?

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s really a shame how horrible and miserable your life has become because of this project. I mean, how do poor and homeless people make it?

Anonymous
1 year ago

I can careless about homeless and poor people, I complain because I can, and yes, I hate the fact that I’m sitting in traffic for 10-15 mins which my total commute w/o these is 8 mins (BCC to Port of Miami).

Anonymous
1 year ago

Get a bike, or walk you lazy ass!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah, with 90 degrees and pouring rain in the summer, I’m sure I would do my KPI presentations impeccable. I work in finance, not in Taco Bell.

Anonymous
1 year ago

not happening

Anonymous
1 year ago

– Jorge Perez

Anonymous
1 year ago

I don’t see it happening, publicity stunt!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a hologram.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yeah.. and why are they trying to fool us with those tinker toy cement trucks?

Polo
1 year ago

Panorama Tower it’s only 832 FT AGL, Next Miami! A tiny radio antenna on top of the roof takes it to 868 FT AGL, but does not count since it’s NOT an architectural element.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Whats going to happen to the sales center building on the tip when the building is done? Green space?

Anonymous
1 year ago

If the original renderings are to be believed, small reflecting pool with fountain plus greenspace/hardscape.

https://www.thenextmiami.com/aston-martin-residences-will-rooftop-helipad-pools-balconies/

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s going turn into a “park”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Doner Kebab stand !! 😉

Anonymous
1 year ago

The noise from the pour kept me up all weekend! Ban all new construction in downtown!

-Disgruntled Downtown NIMBY

Anonymous
1 year ago

Ultra – Ultra – Ultra

Anonymous
1 year ago

Haha

Anonymous
1 year ago

how much presold?

Anonymous
1 year ago

It’s a shady real estate company with a reputation of lying to developers and buyers so I’m sure they’ll say it’s 50% sold.

Anonymous
1 year ago

At least it will be the tallest building in the CBD, and hopefully not for long with OBP and Waldorf.