Riverwalk Behind Aston Martin Residences Completed

One of the missing links of the Miami river walk is now complete.

An aerial photograph taken by Golden Dusk Photography appears to show that the river walk behind the Aston Martin Residences site is now open.

With the newly completed section open, pedestrians can now walk along the bay and river from Museum Park to South Miami Avenue. At that point, the river walk is once again missing a section at the One River Point site.

The Aston Martin Residences sales center appears to be nearly ready to open, according to Golden Dusk.

 

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Anonymous
4 years ago

Cool! Same needs to happen on Biscayne Bay in Edgewater.

Waiting…

Anonymous
4 years ago

I’m new to Miami and just been here about a few months. This means that we can walk all of downtown through that particular sidewalk on the photo? correct ? from Miami river all the way to bayside and all the way to museum park where the science museum was just built ?

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes, correct.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Great, lets just make sure the security guards on the site allow people to use it, they tried telling me it was private property last week while I was on a jog… LOL

Anonymous
4 years ago

it is public property…

Anonymous
4 years ago

Last week it was not finished

Dave
4 years ago

I assume this is temporary. I can’t imagine the walkway being open during construction of the tower when and if that ever happens.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Yes!

Anonymous
4 years ago

Avant at Met square is going to have a great view… Of the Aston Martin building.. lol

Anonymous
4 years ago

west side residences will have a partial view but the east side is left with tall glass buildings and (both of course} partial river views.

Marc306
4 years ago

Ok now time to pressure land holders/have the city co-fund it so it can continue up the river to at least 2nd ave

Anonymous
4 years ago

One of the problems with this new riverwalk is that the view of the bay closest to the Epic hotel is blocked by a very tall hedge covering up an electrical box/grid. Another problem is that the portion that connects to the One Miami baywalk doesn’t flow directly into the One Miami old baywalk, you have to go down a ramp to make the connection. Despite the fact that it took them forever to open it to the public, overall, it’s much better than what was there before.

Yohan Perez
4 years ago

Even though its not my money, it hurts to see the Argentinians paid $125 million for the tiny sliver of land. I feel really bad for them. Now they are trying to recoup that money but I doubt if they ever can.

Anonymous
4 years ago

What’s better about this location than say another in Brickell?

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s at the mouth of the Miami River which means different boats, yachts, and small freighters coming and going every day. Plus the sunrises and sunsets. You won’t be bored watching it all pass by your balcony.

Marc305
4 years ago

Don’t worry about them, they will recoup their investment and then some, this is a prime location, 125M well spent.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Why is it a prime location?

Anonymous
4 years ago

See above.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Epic will have glorious blank wall facing its majestic lobby lol!

Alpina
4 years ago

Epic Hotel Lobby opens up to the river and Zuma, and Epic Condo Lobby doesn’t even have windows…what are you talking about??

wait
4 years ago

Nice spin there. You know that what anonymous mentioned is true. Doesn’t take away from Epic being an incredible hotel with amazing restaurants. Zuma is my favorite restaurant in Miami <3

Miami Hurricane
4 years ago

It will still be riverfront at the end of the day. When Miami is build up, it’s a wonderful location. Under current Miami conditions, Kimpton might try to divest the property to another hotel (bearing restrictions to condo owners), however 2025 Miami conditions dictate it will be a location dead center between two metro neighborhoods.

aceraroja
4 years ago

Epic’s lobby is a cheesy cave anyhow, choked by a sea of cars. Seriously the tackiest place in Miami and that is hard to pull off.

Anonymous
4 years ago

good news. what is happen with the delayed One River Point…are sales progressing?

Anonymous
4 years ago

It’s basically sold out. Just 90% left to go! LOL

Anonymous
4 years ago

I highly doubt that.

Anonymous
4 years ago

Soon I am sure they will report that the project is closing until next cycle.