Aston Martin joining the Miami skyline

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Aston Martin Residences glows in this architect's rendering | Aston Martin photos

Another auto-themed residential tower is under construction in Miami, where Aston Martin Residences are beginning their ascent into the skyline. 

At 66 stories, Aston Martin’s will be tallest residential tower south of NYC

Joining the Porsche Design Tower, a 60-floor residential tower that opened in 2017, the Aston Martin Residences will provide another car-themed condo high-rise when they are completed in 2022, according to Aston Martin Lagonda.

Ground was broken in late 2017 and since then the foundations have been put in place for the 66-story tower.

“It is always exciting when a project reaches this stage,” said German Coto, chief executive of G&G Business Developments, which is building what it says will be the tallest residential building south of New York City.

“Very soon we will complete the ground floor and we expect the first floor to be in place by the end of August. By Christmas we expect to have 8 floors completed and from there the only way is up until we reach the 66th floor.”

Prices of units range from $750,000 to more than $50 million

Residences will range from 700 to 19,000 square feet and will be priced at $750,000 to more than $50 million. The developer said half of those residences already have been sold.

“One of the greatest joys of design is seeing your work come to life,” Aston Martin’s chief creative officer Marek Reichman was quoted in the news release. “As this is Aston Martin’s first foray into real estate, we are especially keen to see the tower start to take shape.”

Reichman’s staff is designing the amenity spaces throughout the building, according the developers.

Aston Martin Residences is located at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way in Miami. G&G Business Developments is headquartered in Miami and was founded by members of the Coto family of Argentina.

A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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