Aston Martin produced their first car in March of 1915 at Henniker Mews in Kensington, London England. Today they are creating luxury penthouses in the clouds with priceless views of Biscayne Bay, the Miami River, and the glittering skyline of Florida’s most glamorous city, Miami. Sitting at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way in downtown Miami, this $50 million main penthouse, a one of a kind triplex condominium is considered to be the “jewel in the crown,” and will be the most luxurious residence of its kind in Miami. Aston Martin teamed up with legendary developer G&G Business Developments LLC to create a dynamic futuristic blueprint that
defines elegant living.
The residence consists of sophisticated marble floors, Gaggenau appliances, Bulthaup cabinetry, and floor to ceiling windows offering breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. There are six bedrooms and seven bathrooms in a space of 2,000 square meters approximately 22,000 square feet. The kitchens are lambent with natural light and spacious, providing a comfortable and refined cooking experience. The homeowner is also privy to full accompaniment of amenities including an infinity pool, spa, the fitness center, an art gallery, a bar, salons, lounges, and more.
Along with the keys to the house for the buyer are the keys to a collector’s edition Vulcan manufactured by Aston Martin Lagonda Limited. This 800 horsepower, naturally aspirated V12engine allurement sells on the market for $2.3 million.
The high performance lightweight car is track-only, and Aston Martin will provide a membership to a private racing club where you can play with your new toy, receive driving lessons if so desired, or anything else that might be needed. For those less inclined to purchase a triplex, there are other available units ranging from a one-bedroom apartment (750 SF to 1,000 SF), up to a five bedroom suite (3,700 SF to 4,000 SF), the price ranging from $750,000 to $8.5 million. Penthouse deals start at $16 million with an area of (8,900 SF to 10,400 SF). The tower will contain 391 condominium residences on 66 floors. The planned completion date for the tower is 2022 with over 50 floors already built since 2020. On December 1, 2021, the building was officially designated as the tallest residential building south of New York City and celebrated with a fireworks extravaganza over the Miami River.