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For rare-air set, new high-rise condos in Miami will let buyers take the James Bond fantasy further

Construction is underway on the 66-story Aston Martin Residences in Miami. Condos will range from $600,000 to more than $50 million. (Aston Martin/G & G Business Developments)

Miami condo buyers with deep pockets will be able to live out their James Bond fantasies once the Aston Martin Residences are completed in 2021. The British luxury sports car company is expanding its brand in its first real estate project in downtown Miami.

The Aston Martin design team, which is working with G & G Business Developments, is incorporating elements such as materials and colors from its sports cars into the building, such as door handles, carbon fibre furniture and residence number plates.

The glass-and-steel sail-shaped building at 300 Biscayne Blvd., set on one of the last pieces of developable land on the downtown Miami waterfront, was designed by Revuelta Architecture and Bodas Maini Anger.

High-rise condos in Miami Beach’s new Ritz-Carlton to list for $2 million to $40 million

Construction is underway on the 66-story tower, which will eventually have 391 units priced from $600,000 to more than $50 million. The broad range of prices is reflected in condo sizes, ranging from 700 to 19,000 square feet. The waterfront condo building includes seven penthouses and one triplex penthouse.

The condos will have floor-to-ceiling windows, glass balconies and white marble flooring.

Four floors of the building will be devoted to resident amenities, such as a two-level fitness center overlooking the ocean, a boxing gym, a spinning studio, a virtual golf room, an art gallery, a playroom, a teen center, two movie theaters, a swimming pool, lounges, a spa and a beauty salon. The Aston Martin will also include a private yacht marina.

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