Inside Aston Martin’s unbelievably lavish Miami penthouses

The true Aston Martin experience.
  • Aston Martin’s Miami penthouses are brimming with luxury
  • The $59m triplex comes with a free Aston Martin SUV
  • One penthouse has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a private pool, and staff rooms

Published on May 5, 2024 at 1:36PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 7, 2024 at 9:25PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Nalin Rawat

Aston Martin is back yet again with more ultra-luxury penthouses in Miami.

The British automaker is on full-throttle, heading towards the car-architecture market.

And – you guessed it — the Miami residences sit in one of the tallest buildings in the United States.

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The Miami residences, which will be 66 stories on the Miami waterfront, were unveiled during the Miami Grand Prix week.

It’s certainly not our first time seeing a luxury marque stepping into residential properties.

The $59m triplex residences have everything you can (and cannot) imagine.

First, you will have the highest views of the Miami coastline and various sky amenities.

For the utmost convenience, you also get seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a private pool, and staff rooms.

All penthouses also feature a large terrace area, so you don’t have to step out to enjoy the sun.

Oh, and the luxury penthouse on the top even comes with an Aston Martin DBX.

The car alone costs millions of dollars.

If you’re wondering where to park your brand-new car, you’ll get a private heated garage inside the building.

The penthouses are brimming with luxury, and the brand carefully carries out its design on these luxury properties.

Why wouldn’t it? The project took over six years to complete, and most of the units sold out before the construction was completed.

When you step inside one of these penthouses, you will experience the luxury brand’s design philosophy.

Spoiler alert – there’s a lot of glass, large windows, fancy lights, and art.

And, of course, most of it is custom-made.

Thanks to the enormous wall-sized glass panels, the homes will get plenty of sunlight.

The main area features a custom staircase with a wing-like design inspired by the automaker’s logo.

“The creation of art is one of the most important things on the planet, and at Aston Martin, we articulate the soul of our brand through art and beauty,” Aston Martin’s Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman, said.

All this lies on 19,868 square feet of area spread across three floors.

If anything, living here is every James Bond and Aston Martin fan’s dream.

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