Aston Martin penthouse on top of tower block in Miami comes with its own DBX

Talk about killing two birds with one stone.
  • Aston Martin Residences is a 69-storey tower block in Miami
  • The building, still under construction but nearing completion, offers incredible views into the marina
  • The penthouse suite comes with a DBX luxury SUV

Published on Mar 14, 2024 at 3:38PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 15, 2024 at 4:45PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones

It’s one thing to own an Aston Martin DBX, it’s another thing to own an Aston Martin penthouse.

Incredibly, if you purchase one of the brand’s penthouses in Miami, each comes with their own luxury SUV.

Talk about killing two birds with one stone.

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It’s transpires one lucky buyer has done just that, snapping up an Aston Martin penthouse that sits at the top of a 69-storey Miami tower block.

Boasting stunning views of the city, the lavish waterfront apartment comes with its own supercar.

The penthouse is part of the Aston Martin Residences – a skyscraper consisting of 400 state-of-the-art apartments.

The penthouse was the last to sell as the tower block, which is still under construction, nears completion.

The Sky penthouse – unit 5901 – offers 9,573 square feet of luxurious living space spread over four bedrooms, sevens baths, plus two powder rooms.

As you can imagine, it’s fit for a king, with a family room, staff quarters, and even its own gym.

What’s more, the swanky pad offers total relaxation in the form of an indoor pool, complemented by 3,324 square feet of outdoor terrace space, totaling a whopping 12,897 square feet.

Of course, every inch of the penthouse suite screams luxury – but there’s also an extra bonus to buying the home.

It comes with its very own bespoke Aston Martin Miami Riverwalk Edition DBX.

The DBX starts at a cool $185,900, but the Riverwalk Edition was created specially to reflect the tower’s waterfront location on the Miami River.

It’s no ordinary luxury SUV, with Jet Black paint and 22-inch wheels, an Obsidian Black leather interior with Piano Black veneer, contrast Satin Chrome detailing, and a few subtly positioned Riverwalk Edition badges.

But back to the luxury residential development, which is being developed by G&G Business Developments at 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way in Downtown Miami.

The tower block broke ground in October 2017 and has taken nearly six years to build.

Its residences come in a variety of floor plans, consisting of one to five bedrooms, in addition to the penthouse collection.

The tower, which will feature 42,275 square feet of sky amenities across four floors, is a fitness fanatic’s heaven.

There’s a double-level fitness center overlooking the ocean, an infinity pool, a spinning studio, a boxing gym, and a virtual golf room.

And, in true Miami style, the building will feature a full-service marina that can accommodate superyachts, although it probably won’t be big enough for the $1b superyacht the comes with its own detachable airship.

When complete, the Aston Martin Residences will be the tallest all-residential building south of New York City.

There’s one thing it’s missing, though – a supercar elevator like the luxurious Porsche Tower, also in Miami.

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