Aston Martin to Create Luxury Residences in Miami

By Paul Joseph

Iconic British carmakers Aston Martin have announced a new partnership that will see the brand design the interiors for an ultra-luxury waterfront residential development in Miami.

Bringing its world renowned elegance, exclusivity and design sensibility to luxury homes, the brand’s design team will create stunning interior spaces at Aston Martin Residences on Biscayne Boulevard Way in downtown Miami.

The project will be created in partnership with global property developer G and G Business Developments and will form a key initiative of the Art of Living by Aston Martin portfolio, which takes customers beyond sports cars and enables them to immerse themselves in the Aston Martin lifestyle.

Slated to open in 2021, the development will be housed within a striking sail-shaped tower featuring 66 floors of luxury apartments and penthouses, each offering panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami area.

Aston Martin’s Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman, will design the interior spaces including two private lobbies, a two-level fitness centre with ocean views and a full-service spa. Penthouses will feature private pools and spacious terraces.

Katia Bassi, Managing Director of Aston Martin Brands, said: “This remarkable new venture realises our long-term vision of entering the world of luxury real estate, and is a natural extension of the Aston Martin brand.

“We create beautiful cars for those who appreciate automotive fine art, and we are excited to extend our expertise in design and craftsmanship into a project of this calibre.”

At September’s Monaco Yacht Show, Aston Martin unveiled a 37-foot powerboat called the AM37. The result of two years of research and development between Aston Martin, Dutch naval architects Mulder Design and British yacht builders Quintessence Yachts, the wooden decked boat is priced at over $1 million.

The sales centre for the Aston Martin Residences is due to  open in March 2017 and the project will break ground during Summer 2017.

By Paul Joseph