Aston Martin’s Residential Tower In Miami Reveals Bonkers Triplex Penthouse
— 27 December 2022

Aston Martin’s Residential Tower In Miami Reveals Bonkers Triplex Penthouse

— 27 December 2022
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

UPDATE [27/12/2022]: After over a year of gawking at the uncompromising luxury of Aston Martin’s ballers-only residential tower in Miami, the company has this month released renders detailing what the building’s “crown jewel” – the US$66 million (~AU$88 million) triplex penthouse – will look like.

Dubbed “UNIQUE,” the pinnacle offering from Aston Martin is not only the world’s first triplex penthouse produced by the manufacturer but also boasts a one-of-a-kind design that looks like, quite simply, heaven on earth.

As detailed below, the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom penthouse will come with its very own Aston Martin Vulcan and offers around 20,000 square feet of indoor space with 7,323 square feet of outdoor space. That much has been known for over a year, but we weren’t afforded a close look at “UNIQUE” until now.

According to Alejandro Aljanati, CMO of G&G Business Developments – the development team behind the Aston Martin Residences Tower – there are only around 10 apartments left ahead of the project’s completion in the first quarter of 2023. Sales have been consistent for the 391-unit building, and yet the triplex penthouse remains along with a handful of units on the lower floors.

Aston Martin Residences Miami
Aston Martin Residences Tower in Miami, Florida.

As you can see from the render we’ve used as the feature image, the triplex penthouse’s full-length living room works to the building’s curves and mimics the prow of a ship sailing on the ocean. The double-height ceiling isn’t visible in this render, but we’ve included a very tall image at the end of this article to show you the scale of what to expect.

The unit has been designed with numerous references to Aston Martin blended with functional components. The glass staircase, for example, was custom-made for the triplex and has a handrail that reflects the curved wings of Aston Martin’s iconic hood ornament.

The glass staircase at Aston Martin’s first-ever triplex penthouse.

While the triplex penthouse will have terraces on each floor, arguably the most beautiful inclusion will be the wraparound balcony featured in the main bedroom, offering incredible views over Biscayne Bay. One of the bathrooms and the kitchen also get plenty of visual panache by pulling in those gorgeous ocean vistas through the large glass windows.

The main bedroom of the triplex penthouse.

Original Article – Inside Aston Martin’s Ballers-Only Residential Tower

What many had assumed was a brief foray into the architecture game has clearly evolved beyond. 2019 marked the arrival of the Aston Martin Automotive Galleries & Lairs – an initiative that allows owners of the British supercars to craft unique spaces to house their vehicles. 2020 marked the announcement of the Aston Martin Sylvan Rock House – an equally bespoke, private residential estate located in New York’s Hudson Valley, with every amenity a Bond wannabe could ever ask for. And this year, we’re finally being treated to a first look at the long-rumored Aston Martin Residences Tower in Miami.

Overlooking the Biscayne Bay in South Beach, Florida, Aston Martin’s slice of high-end real estate will feature 38 oceanfront condominiums and seven single-floor penthouses (total: 391 units). But the “crown jewel” here? Without a doubt, the US$66 million (AU$88 million) triplex penthouse, which comes with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and an extremely rare Aston Martin Vulcan just to sweeten the deal. Offering 20,000 square feet of indoor space plus another 7,323 square feet of outdoor space, this three-level unit also includes:

  • wraparound terraces on each floor
  • indoor gym
  • private lap pool + spa
  • private elevator
  • three kitchens
  • staff quarters
  • … and plenty more

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The pricier single-floor dwellings aren’t exactly second-tier options, either. Each unit will come with its own private terrace and pool combo, albeit at a slightly smaller scale, in addition to the choice of either the Aston Martin DB11 or DBX SUV. Interior space ranges from 8,800 square feet to a touch over 10,000 square feet; while the price ranges from US$16.4 million (AU$21.9 million) to US$25 million (AU$33.4 million).

Communal amenities available at the Aston Martin Residences Tower’s four-storey “Sky Amenities” facility are as follows:

  • wellness floor (gym, boxing ring, sauna, spa, mediation room, treatment room, beauty salon, barbershop)
  • infinity pool
  • private marinas for yacht owners
  • private dining room
  • curated gallery
  • business centre
  • conference room
  • two movie theatres
  • virtual golf centre
  • kids playroom
  • gaming room
  • vending area

    Total Space: 42,275 square feet

“We have recently reached 75% sold,” reveals Alejandro Aljanati, CMO of G&G Business Developments (the company overseeing this entire project). 

“The Miami market is experiencing a magnificent moment with an increasing population coming from the north, looking to find the cosmopolitan offering of this beautiful city.”

The Aston Martin Residences Tower in Miami is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2023 – units are now available with only a handful remaining.

Aston Martin Residences Miami
Aston Martin Residences Miami
Aston Martin Residences Miami
Aston Martin Residences Miami

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Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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