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Aston Martin Residences Rising!

By
Cashflow In Miami
on
January 31, 2021

Aston Martin Residences Rising!

300 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami, FL

391 Condominium Residences

  • 66 Floors
  • 1-5 Bedroom Residences, Duplexes, Penthouses, and Triple Penthouse

Levels 3-14: River Residences

Levels 15-45: Panoramic Residences

Levels 46-51: Sky Residences

Levels 56-62: Penthouses

Levels 63-65: Triple Penthouse


The tower will top off at 66 stories, or 816 feet above ground. At that height, it will be the second tallest building in both the city of Miami and the state of Florida (only Brickell’s 85-story Panorama Tower is taller at 868 feet above ground).  

In total, more than 60 percent of units in the building have now been sold.  

Super Yacht Marina facilities, 24-Hour valet and self-parking option.

Charging stations for electric cars, Bicycle and private storage spaces.

Digital connection to concierge and all building amenities from every residence.

Pet-Friendly.

Sky Amenities

42,275 SF of amenities divided into 4 floors, connected by a monumental glass staircase.

LEVEL 55

Infinity Pool, Pool Deck, Pool Cabanas, Sky Bar and Lounge, Pool Concierge, Grand Salon,

State-of-the-art Chef’s Kitchen, Private Dining Room and Catering Kitchen.

LEVEL 54

Fitness Centre (Upper Level), Virtual Golf, Movie Theatres 1 & 2.

LEVEL 53

Fitness/Spa Lounge, Spa Lobby/Shop, Fitness Centre (Lower Level), Spinning Room and Boxing Room.

LEVEL 52

Curated Art Gallery, Business Centre, Conference Room, Kids Playroom, Teen Centre,

Game Room and Vending Area.

SPA

Treatment Suites, Steam Room, Sauna, Meditation Room, Beauty Salon and Barber Station.

Pricing - $961,900 to $4,724,900  

Slated from completion 2022!!

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