Drone Photos Show Rooftop Helipad Under Construction At Aston Martin Residences

Construction is continuing to progress at the Aston Martin Residences tower in downtown Miami, new drone photos by Aaron DeMayo show.

The tower topped off in late 2021 at 816 feet above ground, making it the second tallest in Miami behind Panorama Tower. It is also the tallest condo-only building ever in Miami.

A rooftop helipad is now visible at the top of the tower. In addition to the helipad, the project is also planed to have a superyacht marina.

The project is currently 90% sold to-date, a representative of the developer told The Next Miami.

Completion is scheduled for later in 2022.

 

(photos: Aaron Demayo)

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Anonymous
2 months ago

finally the word “iconic” is approprate…..

Azarius
2 months ago

The Views😵‍💫

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’ve really enjoyed watching this stunning project rise and I’m eager for it to finish. There’s a reason they call it the Magic City.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’m fairly certain this could have been built in any city.

Anonymous
2 months ago

If I had it like that I’d buy here…

Mike
2 months ago

Love the building and the only thing keeping me from buying here if I had the money would be the traffic in this part of downtown/Brickell.

BDub
2 months ago

Hence the helipad.

Anonymous
2 months ago

If you’re buying here traffic isn’t a concern

Original
2 months ago

Lol.. that’s like saying “I love this boat, but the only thing keeping me from buying it is too many ships on the water.”

Anne Annomous
2 months ago

It’s wonderful how a building looks even more impressive than it’s beautiful renderings.

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

It is a masterpiece

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

just like the cars

Aston Martin Music
2 months ago

She’s gorgeous

Jetsons
2 months ago

A beauty!
The helipad can be used for eVTOLs coming soon.

Anonymous
2 months ago

On May 16, 1977, a huge Sikorsky S-61 helicopter belonging to New York Airways flipped on top of the Pan Am Building, where a heliport had been operating for years. Its rotors were spinning as it waited to take off and the rotor blades, cut off as the helicopter fell on its side, sliced through people waiting to board. Four died, and another person on the street was killed when a falling piece of a blade hit her. The heliport on the Pan Am building was closed and never reopened.
No longer allows them to land on buildings in the city.

This is in a much windier city than NY too.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Projects like this one by Aston Martin, majestic and beautiful, will leave the legacy of a beautiful Miami skyline. I think the city still needs a landmark, a symbol, especially if it’s an observatory on top of a super-tall building.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Agree 100%, I’ve tried to phrase this before in different words. I think I love this tower so much bc it has that symbolic appeal that Miami kinda lacks. When you think of New York, San Fran, D.C., etc. several landmarks come to mind easily. Miami is a world-class destination. We need more landmarks.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I think the most commonly used landmark when it comes to south Florida not only miami is ocean drive and the colony hotel… it’s so iconic and well known I think it’s gonna be hard for that to change… no matter how much the miami city proper grows and changes the beach will still always be the draw…

Original
2 months ago

That’s because the governing body in mainland Miami don’t know or don’t want the city to capitalize on it’s own identity. I mean, people who’re not from Miami or actually been to Miami think the Heat play in an Arena on South Beach. Allowing casinos in mainland Miami can and will change the way the entire world look at and understand the two areas.

anonymous
2 months ago

What a beauty!!! They really delivered. Thank you for bringing such great building to our city.
Melo, Related, ARQUITECTONICA take notes or take a brake and let others bring their talents.

nyer
2 months ago

This building is perfectly angled from brickell key bridge

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not only gorgeous, but in a very enviable spot. This is is how a truly quality skyscraper is done.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Beautiful building. It is a masterpiece design that will be a great addition.
I wonder how the people that live across the street that once had a great view feel.
But that is how it works, if you don’t buy directly on the sand or water edge, your view isn’t guaranteed forever, or next month either.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Related, take notes while your Baccrap Residences monstrosity in an even better location is delayed for archaeological digs because somebody found a pointed stick.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not so sure on the heli pad.
I mean one accident (hence they are called accidents), and that round weedwhacker will clip everything as it goes down to people below.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Neighbors will soon tire of the relentless thumping of helicopter blades as they quite a long time to land, load, and take off again.
The peace and quiet will soon evaporate.
just the way it is.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Not happening.

Anon
2 months ago

They should have added 12 floors of office space

Original
2 months ago

Why?.. it’s almost exactly across the river from 830 Brickell.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The building’s nobility lies precisely in the fact that there are no office, retail and restaurant spaces open to non-residents. Exclusivity has its price.