Photo: Giant Wall Of Glass At Topped-Off Aston Martin Residences, Miami’s Tallest-Ever Condo

A giant glass façade can be seen at downtown Miami’s under-construction Aston Martin Residences, a new photo shows.

Aston Martin Residences is the tallest condo tower ever built in the state of Florida, at 816 feet above ground.

The 66-story tower will have 391 condo units, which are mostly sold out.

Completion is scheduled later this year. The structure topped off in late 2021.

 

(photo: Kyle Merville)

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Anonymous
2 months ago

No disrespect to anyone but most, not all, of these comments are very unsophisticated and hold no value commenting on developments, architecture, local politics, efficient and economic enhancements, etc. Seems to me, though I am just one person, that the lack of proper education in this country is proven by these comments. We should all try, including myself, to do better. Assuming hostile and ignorant replies.

Citizens of Miami
1 month ago

You want a freaking cookie or something mr sophistication? LMAO

Anonymous
2 months ago

The view from Brickell Key is AMAZING

Melo is sigma and chad
2 months ago

I’m sure the opening party will be grand and every rapper wants to do a video in there.

Anonymous
2 months ago

^snark fail

Anonymous
2 months ago

^ Haha, doofus retort.

Anonyomus
2 months ago

Why are you so pressed over this comment?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Why are you so butt hurt about my reply?

Anonymous
2 months ago

He doesn’t mind you pressing, he’s just saying you’re too big to be doing it so hard!

lol…

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s Aston Martin, not Gucci-Rolex-Hennessy Residences.

Anonymous
2 months ago

If I had it like that I’d buy here…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Great. Now reopen the river walk…. It should have never closed.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Amazing. The simple water feature at the entrance is perfect.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Is that the SliveSpot Cinema I see in the background where about five to seven years ago they made the owners reserve a spot for some hole in ground in that building to preserve and read about some BS “historic artifacts” concerning Miami? And now to this day we don’t hear squat about it or its relevance.

Now go ahead, give me all the thumb down votes you want.

Go Marlins
2 months ago

its still there. its just a giant pit in the ground on the corner of a very busy pedestrian intersection. Ive always said, if the city required the building be built around this pit for preservation than the city should at the very least make it somewhat of a destination. proper lighting, signage, and some sort of historic information to read about what it is people are looking at. But no, it is just a pit.

Original
2 months ago

Just like the “Miami Circle Park,” but in reality its just a “big doggie toilet.” These Miami politicians need to stop getting all emotional and thinking with their hearts and start thinking with their brains.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“Ive always said, if the city required the building be built around this pit for preservation than the city should at the very least make it somewhat of a destination. proper lighting, signage, and some sort of historic information to read about what it is people are looking at”

And that’s the problem.. it never had anything to look at in the first place.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Where is the hole?

Anonymous
2 months ago

How about if the city required buildings to look better, considering Met Square and Avant look just awful. Oh wait, wasn’t that what Miami21 was supposed to achieve, but look at the original proposal compared to the built product…

Lenny
2 months ago

The City should require YOU to look better.

stourleyk
2 months ago

Good to hear from you, Yakov.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Pitty the pit!

Anonymous
2 months ago

*pity

Anonymous
2 months ago

Stunning!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Downtown Miami Winning.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’m intrigued… When I bought a unit there in January 2021, in-house brokerages said the building would be delivered in early 2023. Afterwards, an interview with the developer’s president appeared to have said delivery would be at the end of this year. I contacted the brokers again, and they clarified that the “Term of Occupancy” could be granted until June 1, 2023. Now, The Next Miami reports that the work would actually be completed at the end of this year. It would be unfortunate if the work were completed at the end of this year, but the units were delivered only six months later, as of June 1, 2023.

Anonymous
2 months ago

how much has your unit appreciated?

Lenny
2 months ago

It will be ready when you are cleared to close.

Observer
2 months ago

Completion this year? Crane is still on top, top floors aren’t dried-in, and gantry is still in operation.

EPIC Hotel
2 months ago

All of our views have been blocked 🙁

Jonnyboi
2 months ago

You Should have never sold the lot next door

Azure
2 months ago

Looks amazing. Time to wrap this one up!

WeatherQueen
1 month ago

I’ll be curious how that “giant wall of glass” holds up during the next Cat 5 hurricane to hit Miami.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I guess you’re sure that your house (or whatever you live in) will hold up in a “Cat 5” hurricane that hits Miami?

Anonymous
2 months ago

The building has a weird shape.

Melo, a true giga chad
2 months ago

Panorama is taller…

Anone
2 months ago

Panorama is an apartment building, not a condo

Anonymous
2 months ago

Panorama isn’t a condo building. Its an apartment building G.

Anonymous
2 months ago

…and Panorama is an acceptable-looking modern tower, but not a work of art. A.M. is one of only a few really beautiful towers here in Miami.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Architecturally speaking, Panorama is 1000 Museum to Melo’s biggest cheerleader.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Haha.. someone who’s still pissed at the Melo Group for building something on another one of those rundown empty lots that we had to look at for over twenty years and wished somebody did something with them besides land bank.