Sitting behind the wheel of the last remaining 7.0-liter, V-12, 820 bhp all-carbon fiber Aston Martin Vulcan is an incredible experience for myriad reasons, the first of which is that this $3.2 million speed machine attracts its share of admirers. Secondly, since it is included exclusively with the purchase of the $50 million triplex penthouse at Aston Martin Residences Miami, it also means its owner gets to return home from the track to panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and the Miami skyline from the tallest residential development south of New York.
In 2022, while the owners of the other 391 condominiums and penthouses will likely not be driving Vulcans (as only 23 others were made), they will all share in the bounty that is the Aston Martin lifestyle, including its four levels of Sky Amenities, private butler service, virtual golf and countless more impressive features. “Each home at Aston Martin Residences will come completely finished, with premium quality brands and materials installed,” says Germán Coto, CEO of G&G Business Developments, the Miami-based company behind the property. “That includes Bulthaup cabinetry, unique marble flooring imported from Thasos in Greece, and world-class kitchen appliances by Gaggenau.”
The property’s superyacht marina
Those residents who like to take their luxurious lifestyle afloat will have something extra special to appreciate, as the project boasts 490 linear feet of superyacht marina facilities with 15 feet of draft depth, making it one of the only deep-water marinas in downtown Miami capable of accommodating superyachts over 300 feet. It is no wonder G&G, together with Aston Martin, Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Miani Anger Architects, decided to shape the tower with a nautical theme, though the property, as a whole, reflects an incomparable Aston Martin lifestyle. As Coto puts it, “We have created the most wonderful piece of art.” $750,000-$16 million, 300 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.573.7333