Photos: Construction Progress At 816-Foot Aston Martin Residences

Downtown Miami’s 816-foot Aston Martin Residences – now the second tallest building in the state – continues to move closer to completion:

 

(photos: Phillip Pessar)

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anonymous
15 days ago

Rumor is, this tower ain’t happening 🤣

Anonymous
15 days ago

its not… what you’re look at is a mirage!

buttcheeks
13 days ago

big hot dildo

Anonymous
15 days ago

The pictures are great. But you really can’t appreciate how thick and long it is until you see it in person.

Anonymous
15 days ago

That’s what she said

Astoner
15 days ago

The shaft is girthy, but the best part seems to be the tip

Mamona
15 days ago

😋😋😋

Mamona
15 days ago

Thick and long 😋

Mamona
15 days ago

Or inside😋🤪

???
15 days ago

I love how wet it gets when it rains

Anon
15 days ago

I get that alot

Harder daddy
15 days ago

It’s just so big I can’t handle it

Anonymous
15 days ago

I am sure you can

Anonymous
15 days ago

Never said by yo mama

Anonymous
15 days ago

That’s because she’s a pro.

Design Pro
15 days ago

Beautiful! We need more organic-shaped/ rounded buildings like this in Miami, which reflect the aquatic nature of the City 🤩

Melo is sigma and Chad
15 days ago

Still remember people saying during piling work, its just a deep soil mix.

army corps of engineers
9 days ago

did you enjoy sundays flooding???

Anonymous
15 days ago

TNM, after they finish, please take a picture of a helicopter parked on top of this building and show us.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Yes please.

Citadel Transplant
15 days ago

I never did get the “sailboat” theme…..doesn’t look like any sailboat I’ve ever seen…but fear not, Citadels building will put this to shame! We looked at this in Chicago as it went up, but still can’t see the resemblance to a sailboat…..but WE love the Porsche Design tower!

Anonymous
15 days ago

To be honest, in my opinion, its a knock off of the – IRON MAN – headquarters building in NYC.

Anonymous
15 days ago

…which knocked off the Burj Al Arab.

Anonymous
15 days ago

now this……this is “iconic”…….

Antennae
15 days ago

Stunning

Anonymous
15 days ago

I do see the resemblance to a sailboat and I also think, this is the best of miami.

Granja
15 days ago

to get a true sense of the magnitude of this beauty, stand on the south side of the miami river in that park by the W. Can only imagine what it’s going to look like at night from that vantage point once its done!

Anonymous
15 days ago

Most realistic renderings ever of a development that will never happen.

Kimpton EPIC Hotel
13 days ago

Disappointed this project ever happened. You blocked our views!

army corps of engineers
13 days ago

steel reinforced pylons imbedded in the oolite will have exposure to brackish water which will cause degradation over time affecting the entire support structure..

Also an Engineer
12 days ago

Have you studied this foundation design in particular? This foundation is the deepest and largest foundation in the entire city. Miami will be long gone, and the support structure for this building will still be standing!

salt water intrusion
11 days ago

sea water comes up from the oolite..no matter how deep the pylons..that may be worse for the long term corrosion upon the rebar support based system

anonymous
15 days ago

Unpopular opinion, other than maybe the shape, there is nothing special about this tower. the glass, the inset balconies, etc. just a ho hum looking building. maybe its nice inside, who knows? never know!

Anonymous
15 days ago

Still grumbling about them turning down your designs huh?

Anon
15 days ago

One of the major differentiators is that the building has it’s own marina.

Pythagoras
15 days ago

It has more to do with the shape of the building that I can’t really appreciate. Keep it simple I suppose.

Anonymous
15 days ago

In my opinion, it does look wayyy better than that Natiivo tower.

Pythagoras
15 days ago

Well that depends if you like certain shapes. I am a lover of shapes and all things numbers especially when it comes to Euclidean Geometry. But the shape of this building is just not right. I prefer my buildings to be boxes or triangles.

Anonymous
15 days ago

Natiivo is not even a good looking box design.

Opinionated
15 days ago

that’s it, just your opinion, and you are entitled to it. It holds no weight.