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Would you like a penthouse which comes with its own Aston Martin?
The Manhattan residential project, signed by Sir David Adjaye, is still getting its final details, but the motivation to buy is already at a high level…
According to the rumors, the luxury apartments that will occupy the 59th and 60th floors represent the first collaboration between the Adjaye and Aston Martin, while at the same time each of them comes with the Aston Martin DBX limited edition model, made to measure.
In total, there will be five housing units on offer - two penthouses and three loggias. Both variants will have spacious terraces, details with the signature of Aston Martin Home, with leather sofas and armchairs, which remind us of the interior of classic Aston Martin cars.
The kitchens are equipped with Gaggenau appliances, while the master bedroom contains fitted wardrobes. Customers have the option of customizing their residence to their own style. One of the rooms can be an office or a bedroom, while if the new owners are fans of motorsports, it can contain the ultimate racing simulator developed by the Aston Martin brand.
This collaboration between David Adjaye and the Aston Martin marks the first time that the famous car company is working with an architect on its famous car, and the results are everything, just not disappointing. Also, this is the first time that Aston Martin has played with stone accents, pairing marble inserts with chestnut wood, to create a flawless, luxurious ambience.
Tenants of these homes will have access to a magnificent infinity pool, fitness and spa center, yoga studio and basketball court, golf simulator, pet spa and IMAX private cinema. In the end, we have to share the prices with you: two Aston Martin penthouses cost 11.5 and 10.5 million dollars, while the lodges are cheaper and come with figures of 3.9, 5.9 and 10 million dollars.
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