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Una Residences Already 20% Sold, Aston Martin At 35%

Una Residences Already 20% Sold, Aston Martin At 35%

How are sales at two newly launched premium condos in the downtown Miami and Brickell area?

ISG World’s latest report lists sales figures for both Una Residences and Aston Martin Residences.

Una Residences, which launched sales in March, has quickly reached the 20% sold mark, the report states. Buyers are required to place a 20% deposit, and prices start at $900,000. Oko Group is the developer.

Aston Martin Residences, which is under construction and being built by G&G Business Developments, also saw a bump in sales. 35% of 390 units are now sold, less than a year after launching sales.

By comparison, Oko’s Missoni Baia project in Edgewater is 25% sold after launching sales in summer 2016 (it was said to be 30% sold in August 2017).

 

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Any news on 300 Biscayne? The skyscraper that looks like a bunch of boxes stacked one on top of each other

Anonymous
Anonymous

You could have just said lego blocks ?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah, that rendering of 300 Biscayne they gave us should be torn up and thrown in the trash and a new design that’s worthy of Miami’s skyline should be presented.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Agreed. They should redo the design of that tower.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Horrible!!!
Every city has one of them now. Copycat and ubiquitous

anonymouse
anonymouse

What cities has a similarly designed tower? I like the design – all glass, very sleek. I think it looks cool in NYC

Anonymous
Anonymous

Please explain what is SLEEK about n it?

anonymouse
anonymouse

Idk..sleek, modern, architecturally unique (relative to Miami). I guess it’s a personal taste thing.

Polo
Polo

Both towers are a great addition to the skyline.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Top tier luxury condos are in high demand.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is the aston martin building going to actually get built? they are literally just moving dirt around right now

Miami Hurricane
Miami Hurricane

Yes, but I can respect it. Don’t forget right across the street they found a Native American settlement during this phase.

Also… when you are building something on the edge of a bay at sea-level and scientists are screaming it will soon be underwater from global warming, the last thing you want is for it to end up sinking and leaning like the Sales Force Tower in San Francisco.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You mixed up the towers that are leaning in SF. Sales Force tower is still under construction. The one that is leaning is a condo.

Anonymous
Anonymous

what settlement?
It’s a few rocks but nothing of any value or significance.

Anonymous
Anonymous

LOL Miami Circle was an anti-development “build a park” ruse by claiming a septic tank trace from a former apartment house is a trace of an ancient Tequesta city, despite being hunter-gatherers.

ILoveMiami
ILoveMiami

Priceless! LOL.

Anonymous
Anonymous

ITS CALLED SOIL MIXING. IT’S A WAY TO PREP THE SITE FOR EXCAVATION WITHOUT HAVING TO DEWATER.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The developers of Una should build two more towers. One called “Dos” and the other called “Tres”

Anonymous
Anonymous

Shouldn’t the first one have being called “Uno” then?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Both genders would be correct.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s feminine that’s why it’s Una
Like una torre
I think the name is great

Anonymous
Anonymous

I said that exactly in the last una post. lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes you did. Here is the UNA article and your comment which garnered a lot of likes. I guess people like to bite off other’s comments. lol
https://www.thenextmiami.com/oko-reveals-plans-una-luxury-brickell-condo-tower/

Anonymous
Anonymous

Great minds think alike lol

Anonymous
Anonymous

Lmaooo wow.. Crazy we had the same opinion about the Una tower lol. But its true though, the developers should do that.

Anonymous
Anonymous

WOW, SO CRAZY!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yep, redeveloping Brickell Biscayne across the street and Brickell 25 behind.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Inaccurate info as usual in these ISG reports, unless you have access to E-condo for these projects I don’t know how ISG (or anyone) would ever know these numbers.

Anonymous
Anonymous

These development figures in the report are bullshit from sales teams and/or developers, intentionally inflating numbers for buyers to read in press like this and not backed with hard data.

Sales information is not public record until closing and no chance developers are releasing the real numbers, unless the number is higher than what was reported of course.

ISG barely has any projects, so how can they report this as accurate when the simply don’t have the access…

Kudos to them though for trying to put out a report, no doubt a lot of work, but it shouldn’t be read as a bible.

mondocondo
mondocondo

Aston number is pure fantasy. Cheers

Anonymous
Anonymous

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE FOUNDATIONS ARE DONE IN 3 MONTHS? STILL A FANTASY?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Surface parking.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Aston Martin condo reminds me of the Tony Stark tower.