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Published on May 02, 2024
Aston Martin's Luxurious Miami High-Rise Opens, Towers Over City with Exclusive ResidencesSource: Google Street View

The Miami skyline has a luxurious new silhouette following the grand opening of the Aston Martin Residences, a 66-story tower that represents the British automobile maker's entry into the high-end real estate sector. The striking sail-shaped structure, towering at 818 feet, is positioned at the junction of the Miami River and Biscayne Bay, boasting 391 opulent units, according to WSVN.

In prime sync with the Formula One Miami Grand Prix, the official launch was a flaunted display of not only the grandiosity of the building but also Aston Martin's brand expansion from luxury cars to the pinnacle of residential living with 99% of properties sold prior to completion, and the interest was not solely from automotive aficionados, Aston Martin reported that more than 50 of the building's residents are also owners of their vehicles showcasing the brand's strong pull among its fanbase. The top-of-the-line triplex penthouse, still on the market for a cool $59 million, comes with an exclusive Aston Martin Vulcan supercar, part of a very limited series with just 24 ever made, as a statement obtained by WSVN revealed.

Developed in collaboration with G&G Business Developments and designed by Rodolfo Miani of Bodas Mian Anger, the building's interiors and communal spaces are instilled with Aston Martin's aesthetic DNA. The condominiums range from one to five bedrooms, with seven penthouses boasting private pools and terraces, and offer access to an array of in-house ultra-lux amenities including an infinity pool with panoramic city views situated on the 55th floor, a sky bar, two movie theaters, and a fully equipped fitness center, reported Aston Martin.

The building's exterior echoes the dynamic lines of Aston Martin’s sports cars, designed to address the challenges of high winds specific to the area while also giving a nod to the automaker's iconic styling; Marek Reichman, Aston Martin's Chief Creative Officer, mentioned to WSVN that the structure's aerodynamic shape is part of the building's "drama." Residents can also personalize their condos with three distinct interior design collections, enhancing the feel and appearance of their living space with Aston Martin's stylized stamp of luxury, based on their choosing from Timeless, Covert, or Indulgent themes.

The Aston Martin Residences Miami is not an isolated case of luxury car brands diversifying into real estate; Bentley is slated to open its own 63-story edifice in 2026 at Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, promising to bring the automobile experience right to the residents' doorsteps, literally, with a car elevator. However, as for Aston Martin, this residential project signifies the commencement of additional ventures into the luxury property market, including the Sylvan Rock estate in New York and its first Asian-based home design, № 001 Minami Aoyama, as noted by Aston Martin.

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