If you thought Aston Martin’s cars were exclusive check out its first property venture

How the Aston Martin Residences development will look

Sports car manufacturer Aston Martin has revealed more details of its first venture into the property sector with an exclusive look at the multi-million-dollar US apartment scheme it is developing on Miami’s waterfront.

The Warwickshire firm has linked up with property developer G and G Business Developments for the venture.

The striking 66-floor luxury residential tower, the Aston Martin Residences at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way will break ground in the autumn. It will feature almost 400 condominiums offering panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami area.

The residences and penthouses, which range from 700 to 19,000 sq ft, will be priced from $600,000 to upwards of $50m.

The luxury development is scheduled to open in 2021 and will feature seven penthouses and a duplex penthouse – all of which will enjoy private pools and spacious terraces, alongside a range of one to four bedroom condominiums.

Aston Martin’s design team, led by EVP and Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman, designed the interior spaces including the two private lobbies, the two-level fitness centre with ocean views and the full-service spa amongst other shared spaces in the development.

These spaces will be encased in a bold sail-shaped building, which has been designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Miani Anger.

Visitors to the new sales centre will experience first-hand the British luxury brand’s signature elegance. Design elements include unique carbon fibre welcome desks, which will adorn each lobby. Highlight features will include doors with bespoke Aston Martin handles, number plinths and leather door tabs. Shared areas will feature key design cues, including a stunning infinity pool located on the 55th floor.

Residents of the new development will also be able to enjoy direct access to the exclusive yacht marina.

Completing the sales centre is an Aston Martin Vulcan, one of only 24 examples of the brand’s 820bhp, all-carbon fibre supercars (see below).

Mr Reichman said: “In this, our first residential development, the interiors are inspired by Aston Martin, but take into consideration Miami’s tropical environment. Our design language is based on beauty and the honesty and authenticity of materials. It’s simple and pure and it has an elegance attached to beautiful proportions.

“We are incorporating Aston Martin’s DNA through subtle details and fine craftsmanship, with an emphasis on comfort. This building is for people who appreciate the finest quality and craftsmanship, who love the feeling of something that is timeless.”

The sales centre for the Aston Martin Residences