Aston Martin Residences Will Have Rooftop Helipad, Pools On Balconies

Aston Martin Residences will include over-the-top amenities, including a helipad on the rooftop, a superyacht marina behind the building, and private outdoor pools on balconies for buyers of penthouse units.

Details of the building including floor plans and pricing have been released as sales are now underway.

Units with private pools on the balcony will be priced at a premium, with penthouse units on levels 56-60 costing up to $50 million.

Below the penthouses, there will be four levels of amenities for residents, on levels 52-55. An infinity edge pool will overlook the water on the 55th floor.

The project is already in contract, so buyers will need to place an immediate 10% deposit for their unit. As with other Miami condo projects, a 50% deposit is due at top off.

 

Deposit schedule:

  • 10% Deposit–At the time of Contract Estimate Date: Today
  • 10% Deposit At start of construction Fall 2017
  • 10% Deposit At the time of completion of foundation Fall 2018
  • 10% Pedestal Complete Spring 2019
  • 10% Top off Fall 2020
  • 50% Balance at the time of closing Estimate Date: 2022

 

 

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Damn man,so cool and so lucky. Well,back to my plain jane suburban life. *sigh*

Jon
4 years ago

Id like to commend the builders for putting a realistic 5 year time frame on construction, unlike the rest of Miami builders who tell everyone 2 years and are late a year or 2

¯\\_(ツ)_/¯
4 years ago

I thought there would be roof-top yacht parking as well – looks like i wont be buying here now

Anonymous
4 years ago

And to think I have to go down 25 floors to access my pool.

Anonymous
4 years ago

And to think you have a pool…

Anonymous
4 years ago

Eh,nothing mind blowing. Just another Miami condo for the wealthy. Zzz.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Envy yes
Boring, it’s not

invasive species
4 years ago

Glad we’re all happy that Miami is becoming a third world country before our very eyes. The rich are getting so rich that they refuse to even go down into the streets, landing on helipads and going straight to their castles in the sky. Meanwhile, names like Overtown, Little Havana, and Little Haiti are used by marketing and sales agents to pump up values and displace the less fortunate. Miami is going the way of any other Latin capital city. A true oligarchy.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Cry me a river liberal

Danny
4 years ago

Exactly. Damn liberals…

Anonymous
4 years ago

Human rights? Liberal garbage! I’m so above it all haha I’m rich! That’s makes me smarter and cooler!!! Guahahaha, providing a real counter argument is gay and stupid let me just call them liberals haha damn lefty haha

Jesus
4 years ago

You are absolutely right. What is happening is dangerous for political and social stability. As for the uneducated people calling us liberals or whatever, think about this logically: people are displaced by more expensive residential buildings, they can’t get a place of what it cost before all while wages are growing. What do you think people are going to do? Do you think they are just going to suck it up and say it is my fault the rich have bought everything and I shouldn’t complain about my standard of living declining? What you guys are doing, is setting us up for socialism. Once Trump fails, and trust me, he will, and there is no logic you could use to say otherwise, be ready for your taxes to be raised.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Reality check.
The areas that you mentioned are being developed because they are not making any more land. Once the density reaches its capacity in areas like Brickell, Downtown, Midtown, and Edgewater it will continue into Overtown and Little Haiti. You can scream and complain all you want but that is how life is, the people who live there now will have to move more inland and further south, whether they like it or not.

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s an American city. People just refuse to learn to speak proper English that’s why you’ll make that mistake.

Suomynona
4 years ago

That’s ridiculous.

Just glad it looks neat.

Anonymous
4 years ago

love this building

Anonymous
4 years ago

Very nice. I like the design.

Anonymous
4 years ago

I’m so happy this is getting built.
The CBD is walking paradise. Bring the density and get rid of the parking.

Polo
4 years ago

The more details about this tower, the better I like it. This tower will be a game changer for downtown.

FH
4 years ago

Stunning design

Anonymous
4 years ago

Best design ever …… but there are too many units coming to the market in the next 2 , 3 years…… the condo market is saturated in Miami

Dev1
4 years ago

That helipad won’t work. It has to be the highest point. Another out of town developer that doesn’t know what they are doing…good luck.

Edin
4 years ago

Hey Dave1,the helipad is the highest point of the building,space that you looking at is a pool.

Dev1
4 years ago

Oh ok my bad

Yet Another Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s an easy mistake to make since the deck is so large and cantilevered, and since the top is very small and shows no elevator shaft, let alone a shaft high enough to open at the top and have equipment above that. Also, this building tapers much more than many in Miami and doesn’t have all the typical rooftop HVAC etc.