How the South Florida Skyline Is Changing, One Logo at a Time

Robb Report | Jun 18, 2018

Why (and how) branded residences are beginning to dominate the skyline. Some days in South Florida, it’s hard to separate the cranes from the completed projects. Dozens of tall, lanky machines are literally building the region’s next generation of luxury living from the ground up. Perhaps what’s more remarkable than the sheer number of developments are the names attached: Armani, Fendi, Missoni, Porsche, Aston Martin—the list goes on. Some of the biggest names in luxury consumer goods have found a new way to market their brand in the form of high-end real estate initiatives. Each is competing against the others for foreign and domestic dollars alike that don’t seem to be dwindling anytime soon. “The numbers are encouraging for buildings... Read More

Motoring In

MIAMI Magazine | Feb 1, 2018

One of the world’s most celebrated auto manufacturers puts its stamp on the Miami skyline with Aston Martin Residences.   Granted, it is a bit of a surprise to learn that one of Britain’s most beloved luxury auto makers has been planning a residential tower in Miami that resembles a sail, but the rest of the structure is trademark Aston Martin. Sixty-six floors of bespoke luxury residences, duplexes, penthouses and even triplex penthouses ranging from one to five bedrooms are slated for occupancy in 2021 at Aston Martin Residences, where homeowners will partake in panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic and the Miami skyline. Floor-to-ceiling windows, custom kitchens and bathrooms with European cabinetry and white marble flooring are just... Read More


MAXIM | Dec 1, 2017

THE ULTIMATE PENTHOUSE The Aston Martin Residences, rising from one of the last parcels of available land along Miami’s waterfront, will be a 66-floor ultra-luxury skyscraper that will tower above its neighbors once completed. The building’s design is borrowed partly from Aston Martin’s own vehicles. Resident perks will include 24-hour valet service, an art gallery, a fitness center, movie theaters, and even an infinity pool, on the 55th floor. Buyers of property’s pricier apartments will receive a special limited-edition Aston Martin “Miami Riverwalk” DBu. Only 47 units of the car will be produced, with customized interiors made from the finest materials. And the buyer of the $50 million penthouse will be handed one of the most sought-after cars on the... Read More