Photos: Giant Wall Of Glass At 816-Foot Aston Martin Tower

Photos show the glassy Aston Martin Tower under construction in downtown Miami.

The tower is set top off at 816 feet, making it the second tallest building in the city.

 

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Anonymous
4 days ago

Looks “more flatiron” than Brickell Flatiron.

Anonymous
4 days ago

So ironic that Ugo Colombo sold this lot then built the official flatiron, which I completely agree is less flatiron than this beauty…

Anonymous
4 days ago

Not really so ironic. Flatiron made a pot of money, who knows this one. Paid 5 times more for the land.

Anonymous
4 days ago

He made out like a bandit no doubt…like 100m $$$$$ good on him

POLO
4 days ago

That was the original Flatiron that was designed for the Brickell site, but was canceled and subsequently changed after the 2008 financial crisis. However, I like it better in its current location, stunning.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Was it really?

Anonymous
4 days ago

No, it was the second phase of Epic.

POLO
4 days ago

Yes.

Anonymous
4 days ago

The original Flatiron Brickell was designed by Enrique Norton of Ten Arquitectos.

Anonymous
4 days ago

I highly suggest looking up orignal renderings of the original flatiron Brickell. It was supposed to be built over the metro mover rail into the small traingle shapes lot to the south of it. With this changed decision, Flatiron sadly abandonded the idea of having a jagged and pointed edge.

Fortunately, the current design is still super sleak and nice. It wasn’t dumbed down completely like Met 3:(

Anonymous
4 days ago

IMO the most beautiful new building in Miami. even more attractive than Zaha’s Museum Park

Anonymous
4 days ago

Agreed!

Anonymous
4 days ago

Easily

Anonymous
4 days ago

I’ll put Zaha ahead, but agree that it’s a looker and more interesting than most.

Michael
4 days ago

I dont like that museum park building
It looks like someone sitting on a toilet

Anonymous
4 days ago

Truly iconic. If had and different name.

Anonymous
4 days ago

Truly iconic building and great for the Miami river

Anonymous
4 days ago

Iconic and gorgeous 👏👏👏

Azarius
4 days ago

This building is beautiful!!

Anonymous
4 days ago

Love it!

Anonymous
4 days ago

These photos are better than the official ones they post on the project’s Instagram handle. What’s up with those awful filters they add to the photos?

Anonymous
4 days ago

Gorgeous

Anonymous
4 days ago

Miami Sexy & Fabulous!

Anonymous
4 days ago

its an utterly gorgeous building when walking to Downtown across the Brickell bridge.

Moishe Mana
4 days ago

I’d like to see what these units look like inside being that the building is so thin!

Anonymous
4 days ago

Looks great. But does anyone have a rendering of what the corner by the bridge will look like…. that corner is already a pedestrian and traffic nightmare.

Anonymous
4 days ago

it’ll be worse. planners asleep in miami and show little to no care for people

Anonymous
4 days ago

We need that tunnel built ASAP. Related is planning on building 3 enormous towers on the corner of 5th street and Brickell Ave. One of which is nearly in the process of being built.

Anonymous
4 days ago

They have the convenience of the Metromover.. if they have a problem using that, then F’em.

Anonymous
4 days ago

The site is still being cleared. News to me…

Anonymous
4 days ago

I ❤️ It!

Anonymous
4 days ago

Anyone else see the Avengers HQ?

Anonymous
4 days ago

looks great

Anonymous
4 days ago

HEHEHE, lately “iconic” is being used a lot.

Anonymous
3 days ago

Unfortunately that is the only thing I see, a wall of Glass and little to no balconies. This is Miami, not New York.

Anonymous
21 hours ago

Are you blind? There are more linear feet of balconies than almost any building in the city. Look at the other three sides of the building next time!

Local in love
1 day ago

Are we in Dubai or Miami.. 😍 love it!!

Anonymous
4 days ago

Miami needs a lot more highrise construction in the Allapattah (or downtown), Wynwood, Edgewater, Design District, etc, areas.

Anonymous
4 days ago

High rises are not meant for those neighborhoods other than Edgewater. High rises would be completely out of scale with the neighborhood. At most mid rise buildings.

Anonymous
4 days ago

If Overtown is changing, these neighborhoods you’re talking about need to change also. If they stay stuck in the past without any defining feature or redeeming aspects for the city of Miami, what kind of progress for the future can they or do they really hold?

Anonymous
4 days ago

Overtown east of I-95, which has essentially been absorbed into greater downtown. Anything west should be mid-rise at most, as a transition to Spring Garden and Grapeland Heights.

Anonymous
4 days ago

^ Another archaic opinion.

Anonymous
4 days ago

You must be new here…

Anonymous
4 days ago

Who are you talking to?

Anonymous
4 days ago

Don’t care, just re-open the riverwalk! Or provide some signage, ramps, etc at EPIC

Anonymous
4 days ago

I would rather go to the beach and look at women in string bikinis.

Anonymous
4 days ago

They are selling the units quickly. The sales office won’t be around too long, maybe a year or so. After that, the riverwalk will re-connect there. Meanwhile, you do have to cross the street, but you can re-enter at the Epic via their driveway.