Hot on the wheels of Aston Martin’s ultimate convertible, the Db11 Volante, the automobile manufacturer has broken new ground on its first real estate project, Aston Martin Residences — marking the brand’s expansion into luxury residential design.
Conceived by the British luxury car manufacturer and G&G Business Developments, a real estate company owned by Argentina’s prominent Coto family, Aston Martin Residences boasts a prime location in Brickell and Downtown Miami. The state-of-the-art property sits on a 1.25-acre site located on the Miami River at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, which was acquired by the Coto family for a record-breaking S$170 million in 2014.
Designed by Revuelta Architecture International and Bodas Miani Anger, the range of luxury spaces will be contained within a striking sail-shaped building of curvilinear glass, reflecting its marina setting.
The luxury development will offer 391 residences over 66 floors, with options ranging from one- to five-bedroom residences, duplexes, penthouses and a triple penthouse. The seven penthouses and one triplex penthouse all boast private pools and spacious terraces.
The apartments, which range from 700 to 19,000 square feet, feature breathtaking designs with sleek finishes, contemporary palettes and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Their ideal location also treats residents to panoramic vistas of the iconic Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
And of course, a swanky condominium bearing the Aston Martin name will come with over-the-top amenities worthy of a James Bond movie — such as a helipad on the rooftop, coveted penthouse units boasting private outdoor pools, and an exclusive superyacht marina granting residents direct access to the waters of Miami River.
Other amenities include a double-level fitness centre that overlooks the ocean, spinning studio, boxing gym, virtual golf room, art gallery, two cinemas, a full-service spa, beauty salon and barbershop.
The construction of the luxury condominium tower is slated to be completed in 2021, marking the property as the first condominium tower to break ground in Downtown Miami this year. Units with private pools on the balcony will be priced at a premium, while penthouse units on levels 56 to 60 will cost up to S$68 million.