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More Than 40% Of Units At Aston Martin Residences Now Sold As Foundation Work Continues

More Than 40% Of Units At Aston Martin Residences Now Sold As Foundation Work Continues

Downtown Miami’s Aston Martin Residences continues to rack up sales.

The developers told the Herald this week that more than 40% of units have now been sold. Several multi-million dollar penthouse units have been previously reported sold.

Prices of the 391 condo units range from $700,000 to $50 million.

Groundbreaking for the tower took place a year ago. Since then, foundation work has been taking place.

When complete, the 66-story tower will rise 816 feet above ground. Miami’s only tower that is currently taller is Paramount Tower in Brickell.

 

 

An independently taken video of the construction site last week:

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Haters will say it’s not happening.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Don’t believe your eyes.. LOL

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah.. Construction on Brickell Flatiron is really a mirage.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Well, according to Giuliani, “truth is not truth.” At least to Republicans.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lol……

Anonymous
Anonymous

Statistics aren’t the truth to Democrats.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Science is a liberal conspiracy to Republicans.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Fifty-million-dollar sky palace for Bezos.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Or he could live in the penthouse at Hollo’s tower and take the elevator down to work. http://bit.ly/2R7wbg2

Anonymous
Anonymous

gorgeous tower.
Best looking tower to be built in Miami along with OKAN Tower, it will be a stunning skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Palm trees on the helipad.. lol…..

Miaboy
Miaboy

Thats the pool amenities deck, the helipad is on the top

Anonymous
Anonymous

Paramount Tower? You mean Panorama Tower being taller.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Given the “ground preparation” delays, what’s the new completion date? Late 2021?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Most condos start going vertical at 40%, why are they taking so long.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Because of ground prep… keep up!

Anonymous
Anonymous

When has ground prep took a year.

Anonymous
Anonymous

When your foundation will be built on mud and porous rock unlike in NYC where there is solid bedrock.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Plenty of towers in Miami don’t have year long foundation work.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Um yeah sure… and they’re all at the mouth of Biscayne Bay and the Miami River.

Anonymous
Anonymous

When someone decided to build a 66-story tower that will rise 816 feet above ground on this site.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I walk by the site often and it look they are doing piling.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Need to get to 60% pre-sales in order to get your construction debt in today’s environment.