Aston Martin Residences Tops Off As Miami’s Tallest Ever Condo Tower

Aston Martin Residences has officially topped off.

According to the project’s developer, the building has now reached the 66th and final floor.

Almost 80% of the project is also now sold, the developer said.

“I’m delighted that the reality is even more magnificent than the vision,” said Germán Coto, CEO of G&G Business Developments, in a press release.

The tower was designed to be “a love letter to Miami,” he added.

To celebrate, the developers held a ceremony on November 30 that included a fireworks display at the mouth of the Miami River.

Aston Martin Residences will include 391 luxury condominiums and over 42,000 square feet of amenities.

Aston Martin’s final height is planned at 816 feet above ground, making it the tallest condo tower ever built in Miami.

The only building in Miami currently taller than Aston Martin Residences is Panorama Tower in Brickell, at 868 feet above ground.

Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Miani Anger are the architects of the curvilinear glass and steel sail-shaped tower.

 

(photos: Aston Martin Residences/Getty Images)

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Azarius
1 month ago

This turned out better than Flatiron!!! What a great addition to the Miami skyline and bay walk! What’s next?!?

Anonymous
1 month ago

This design was actually first designed/proposed for Brickell Flatiron. The developer shelved the idea and it was reborn as Aston Martin. Definitely better having this design on the river vs middle of Brickell.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No…the 1st Flatiron was an Enrique Norton design.
Revuelta’s Flatiron design isnt dissimilar to what is there now.

none
1 month ago

Grammar

Anonymous
1 month ago

AMAZING
By far, one of the sleekest towers in Miami.
Can’t wait to see it all lit up

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haters said it would never happen

Anonymous
1 month ago

Haters hate, that’s what they do

Melo is Chad and sigma
1 month ago

I still remember the comment when it started with someone saying they’re just doing a deep soil mix and not doing nothing.

Anonymous
1 month ago

spectacular

Anonymous
1 month ago

Finally, a tower in miami that has a unique design

Anonymous
1 month ago

Been waiting for this

Anonymous
1 month ago

this tower will overshadow the modest buildings in the miami river area

Anonymous
1 month ago

Oddly, it just doesn’t look that tall.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Your right! To me it looks much shorter than what is claimed. It looks shorter than South East Financial Center. Is the ground lower there?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Once they peel off all that blue film and take the cranes down its gonna look exquisito 🤌🏽

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful addition to downtown Miami. Lets keep that development moving further into the CBD.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There were rumors some 4 years ago that this was never going to happen,

Anonymous
1 month ago

Beautiful building. Workers are nice too!

Anonymous
1 month ago

best delivered product in miami, great job. CONGRATS to all involved!!!

DJL Cyber
1 month ago

Looks like another landmark is nearly complete!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I like me a fat tower with personality!❤️

Anonymous
1 month ago

I think this building has a couple of more floors to go? Habitable levels are topped off it seems, but some renderings make it look like its missing its final domed crown. Turning out nicely nonetheless!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly! Im surprised nobody else is talking about this!

Anonymous
1 month ago

How is it both the tallest and not the tallest?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tallest condo is Aston martin tower, the panorama is the tallest building in general and apartment building..

Anonymous
1 month ago

Marketing BS

Anonymous
1 month ago

“All an illusion, this still will never happen.” -Related Group

Anonymous
1 month ago

Some gorgeous (and recent) drone shots of the building
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMs4DFLF_X8&list=LL&index=2

Franco
1 month ago

This building will have so many units dumped to the Market the day after closing and they will compete with the 7% commission the developer is paying.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Surprisingly bad photos, especially from the developer…

Anonymous
1 month ago

Clearly photoshopped

Anonymous
1 month ago

Meh. This being in the CBD, I would have gone for a super tall office tower in that location.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It’s on the water, which is where residential real estate sells best.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And you’re telling me they can’t build office towers on the water? And it’s on the Miami River*, which is not exactly the Bay.

Anonymous
1 month ago

No major office would move into an office with that floor plan. That was a sliver of a lot. Could never have been a office building

Anonymous
1 month ago

Are you serious? In cities across the world they build buildings to FIT a specific “sliver” of lots just like they did with this condo. It’s how NYC was built. It’s how Tokyo was built. If you think that buildings cannot fit in triangular plots of land then you really need to see cities across this great country and the world.