Photos: Digging Deep At Aston Martin Residences

At Aston Martin Residences, digging is now taking place several floors below ground.

Two cranes have been installed at the site. Eventually, they will rise 889 feet and 851 feet, making them among the tallest ever in Miami.

Aston Martin Residences will include 391 condo residences.

(Photos taken March 1):

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

We will eventually see this tower in the Miami post cards…

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m still waiting for stuff from the last boom which doesn’t even have 50 Biscayne or most of Brickell because the pictures are from like 1999.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yessssssss
It will be one of the most stunning towers in Miami, and at the mouth of the river. What a site!!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

So, is this happening?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nahhh, no, nope.. some people believe they’re just playing with your emotions still.

Anonymous
2 years ago

or playing with something

Miami1
2 years ago

Naahh, it’s not…they are digging for Tequesta circles probably!

Anonymous
2 years ago

… including old fish bones and arrow heads.

Anonymous
2 years ago

yes so exciting.

Anonymous
2 years ago

they are digging for a treasure!

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL.. never gonna happen per Jorge Perez

Anonymous
2 years ago

An iconic tower at the mouth of the river just stunning…

Anonymous
2 years ago

lol – you crack me up

Anonymous
2 years ago

overheard: “If you see anything that says ‘Tequesta’ throw it in the river.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

What have they been doing the past year?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Getting the foundation ready.

POLO
2 years ago

Why it takes a year and a half to build a foundation? The Empire State Building was built in a year.

Anonymous
2 years ago

NYC is on top of granite, Miami sits on mostly limestone which is weak.

marc
2 years ago

and on the waters edge.

Anonymous
2 years ago

OMG it is just paradise here.

Anonymous
2 years ago

smartypantz…..

Anonymous
2 years ago

It took 5 years to fix a stretch of biscayne 10 blocks. not buying that bro or sis. Miami is 3rd world – thats why

Anonymous
2 years ago

taking cafe con leche breaks papi

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nooooo