Aston Martin Residences On Track To Reach Level Eight By Year End, Announces Superyacht Marina

Aston Martin Residences announced that they will be building a superyacht marina that will be available to residents.

Construction is on schedule, and contractors expect to have reached the eighth floor by the end of 2019.

The marina will be 490 linear feet with a draft depth of 15 feet, a size that is able to easily accommodate larger yachts comfortably.It will feature butler service, privacy, and security.

“As the development is right on the river with direct access from the sea, it made sense that owners and their guests may wish to birth their superyachts right outside their properties. With the increasing size of superyachts, we’re excited to be able to offer our residents large yacht berths for major vessels including yachts over 300 feet. We’re also focusing on our green credentials, protecting and restoring marine ecology to safeguard the wildlife and conserve the stunning location,” said German Coto, CEO of developer G&G Business Developments.

The 66-story sailboat shaped tower will feature 391 condo units. It will be the tallest condo building in Miami upon completion, and the second tallest building in all of Miami with only the Panorama apartment tower in Brickell taller.

Completion is scheduled for 2022.

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Whew, for a moment I thought we might have a public benefit. Very happy we will get another super yacht marine for the richest of rich.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Um, you have the “Miami Circle Park” right across the river to enjoy.

Anonymous
1 year ago

You already have your “public benefit” that is what Bayside, the AAA, Museum Park, the PAC, and the Science / Art Museums are there for. Walk around Downtown every now and then. It is actually a lot of fun.

Anonymous
1 year ago

And Bayfront Park a block away from there is SO underutilized

Anonymous
1 year ago

cause it looks like a carnival

Anonymous
1 year ago

Most of the people on here clearly hate themselves and prefer to worship corporations and the rich while watching them go by (sometimes on TV or just gawking in real life). Losers. Americans so much wanted a king and royalty to worship it’s not even funny, so they replace it with slobbering over the rich and perceived rich. Please give them more please give them more. That’s how it should be, rich guys and corporations are entitled to ‘breaks’ and gifts so that they will feed the rest of us. But god forbid they see someone like themselves or in their own socio-economic level or lower getting a free loaf of bread and they go nuts, yelling ‘handout’, ‘freeloaders’, etc. They think it is even cool when places of business or eateries give away stuff to celebrities and rich folk while fuming at the thought of handing a homeless person a sandwich. Disgusting place.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Hahaha. At least there appears to be a wide publicly accessible sidewalk along the water. Please someone correct me if I’m off here.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Yes, that’s baywalk/riverwalk and it’s build out and public access are required; it’s not a willing free gift back to the community.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who’s “we”? The condo buyers get yacht berths. You’re still stuck with your man bun and your 2010 Focus.

Anonymous
1 year ago

a go fund me page

Anonymous
1 year ago

“Green credentials” in the context of super-yachts for the super-rich lol

Anonymous
1 year ago

One of my favorite projects.
It will be a beauty!!!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Perhaps a better word would have been a superyacht BERTH since a marina for such large ships would spill out into the narrow Miami River and shut down all commercial and recreational traffic. 😉

Anonymous
1 year ago

Baywalk ???

Dan The Man
1 year ago

This is such a stunning project! ? Let’s get it done!

Anonymous
1 year ago

are you a steel worker ?

Anonymous
1 year ago

If he is, good to see the steel industry flourishing again.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Wow, the sea level in the first render appears to be almost overflowing. It’s amazing how the city approves waterfront building without mandating extended seawall height. Certainly this is more important than mandating boardwalks.

Anonymous
1 year ago

That is a bad rendering…. you are funny. Good catch.
It looks like in that one rendering has the water is at same level of boardwalk/ sidewalk at water’s edge. Yikes. King Tide nightmare.

Shawn Kouri
1 year ago

Is that the lot that was once a Bandan that you used to see before you turn left onto Brickell right next to the Epic?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Can’t wait to take the elevator down to my yacht and sail to Bayfront for Ultra.