Aston Martin, an icon of the British auto industry and symbol of impeccable design and quality for a century, embarked three years ago on its first real estate venture and, with its partner, developer G&G Business Developments LLC, started the project of a luxury 66-story tower in Miami, the Aston Martin Residences.
The renders of the interior design of a triplex penthouse, the jewel in the crown of Aston Martin's luxurious Miami skyscraper and currently listed for sale for $59 million, was recently made public and can be seen in the book Unique (astonmartinresidencesunique.com).
Dubbed Unique for its distinct design, the property has 19,868 square feet of living space spread across three floors, including seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Each level comes with a wrap-around terrace, totaling 7,300 square feet of outdoor space. This is the company’s first penthouse property in the world.
Making the residence even more of a rarity is an exclusive buyer’s perk: It comes with the last remaining Aston Martin Vulcan, a limited-edition race car valued at $3.2 million.
The interiors are filled with natural light thanks to large panels of wall-to-wall glass that provide epic views from the Atlantic Ocean to the bustling city. At the center is a custom-made staircase, designed to emulate the wings on the Aston Martin logo. The prized abode has also been decked out with a private pool, a spa, a gym and an elevator.
Aston Martin Residences is designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Miani Anger Architects, globally renowned for their exceptional landmark properties. A total of 391 residences will combine breathtaking design aesthetic, featuring spectacular panoramic vistas of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.
The residences are priced from $1.5 million to upwards of $59 million. The development is 90% sold.