Aston Martin Unveils a Sail-Shaped Skyscraper in Miami, Marking Its Entry Into the Real Estate World

Aston Martin has entered the realm of luxury real estate with a remarkable debut: the sail-shaped Aston Martin Residences Miami. This skyscraper, positioned at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, near the Miami River, stands at an impressive 817 feet, securing its status as the tallest residential building south of New York City. The project, first announced in 2016 and completed in 2021, marks Aston Martin’s first venture into real estate. The design, reminiscent of the iconic Burj Al Arab, was a collaborative effort between Aston Martin’s design team, architect Rodolfo Miani of Bodas Mian Anger, and G&G Business Development. The building’s steel and sail-like glass exterior pay homage to its marina surroundings, while its unique curvilinear form and substantial terrace with an infinity pool near the top add to its allure. The structure boasts four interconnected levels between the 52nd and 55th floors, featuring high-end amenities such as a two-floor fitness center with ocean views, an art gallery, two movie theaters, a virtual golf simulator, a business center, conference rooms, a kids’ playroom, and a full-service spa, beauty salon, and barber shop.

Inside, the Aston Martin Residences Miami seamlessly integrates the automaker’s design ethos, incorporating luxurious touches like keyless doors in Kestrel tan leather, prominent door handles, and carbon fiber reception desks. Spanning 66 floors, the tower houses 391 luxury residential units, including one to five-bedroom apartments, lavish penthouses, and a “Unique Triplex Penthouse” that covers 2526 square meters over three floors. Residents can enjoy a variety of amenities such as private butler services, an art gallery, and a spa. The interiors offer a selection of elegant colors and furnishings, ensuring a personalized luxury living experience. This striking skyscraper not only enhances Miami’s skyline but also represents a significant milestone in Aston Martin’s expansion into the luxury real estate market, aligning with other automotive giants like Mercedes-Benz and Bugatti in blending high-performance design with opulent living spaces.

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