The 66-story luxury condominium in Miami, Florida which is slated to complete in 2021 is British Luxury sportscar company Aston Martin’s first venture into the property line in collaboration with G and G Business Developments. The new residential tower will also mark Aston’s first foray into architecture design and construction.
The future residence tower will sit on 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way enclave, designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Miani Anger to highlight the scarcity of the waterfront land available for development in downtown Miami.
Soon to be one of the most “extremely well received” property, said German Coto, CEO of G and G Business Developments, “I am confident we will deliver on our promise to create the ultimate residential tower and I’m looking forward to admiring the view from the top of this special building when it is complete.”
Once Aston Martin Residences Miami is ready for occupancy, the luxury residence comprising of 391 standard units will boast aerial views overseeing Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic. But the seven penthouses and one duplex penthouse will be beautifully framed with each having their own private pool and secluded terrace.
And Aston Martin says it is doing more than just personifying its corporate branding as what their Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman explains. The iconic real-estate is another extension to the marque’s portfolio inclusive of cars, luxury yachts and a submarine as well as other interior and exterior design projects driven by the Aston’s department Q bespoke service.
The Q Bespoke Service department at Aston’s exists to provide consultation and craft homes and furnishings that brings alive the latest automotive showroom pieces.
The design team at Aston will oversee the entire design process from the building’s interior to the reception desk constructed with carbon fibre material (notable for its durability, light-weight and is corrosion resistance) and doors; inspired by Aston Martin custom-built handles and the ample use of special leather hides usually reserved for the hand-build GT cars.
“Aston Martin is on a growth trajectory globally and across the United States. Our partnership with G&G Business Developments to create Aston Martin Residences Miami, forms an important part of that growth story and of our desire to bring our brand to new audiences across the world.” – Simon Sproule, Aston Martin Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer
The one-bedroom apartment is tentatively valued at $600,000 and the penthouses are expected to start from $50 million onwards.