Built beachfront on over 2 acres of land on Sunny Isles Beach, the sea-facing building will provide residents, and their guests, scenic ocean views from their vehicles during the 45-90 second elevator ride. This venture joins the Porsche Design group with iconic Miami Beach developer Gil Dezer, whose passion for automobiles is well recorded. The real estate mogul owns 12 Porsches and 17 other cars, including a Porsche mounted on the wall of his Trump Palace condo, also in Sunny Isles. “I am a Porsche fanatic, so for me it was a natural fit to do a building with an automotive design brand”, says Dezer who is president of Dezer Development.
“This is an especially proud moment to launch the first-ever Porsche Design Tower,” says the developer before adding, “If the compelling success of the initial sales process is any indication, the Porsche Design Tower Miami has already delivered a new dimension to South Florida’s ultra-luxury, high-end real estate market. We have a lot of excited guests here and reason to celebrate.”
The unique condominium holds 132 residences, including a four-level penthouse. Ranging from three to five bedrooms, the units start at 4 million dollars. Inside, floor to ceiling glass windows welcome in beautiful views, and on most floor plans, ocean front terraces hold private pools and summer kitchens. The long list of amenities includes a restaurant, cinema, ball rooms, a full spa and a game room, but even of more interest to the car lovers: a car concierge, which offers maintenance, tire rotations and other vehicle services.
Set for completion in 2016, the world-class luxury skyscraper, which may seem like something taken straight from a futuristic film, has already attracted a bevvy of buyers. With beautiful views, state of the art luxury and lavish amenities, the Porsche Design Tower is sure to become a perfect dwelling for those who believe that a beautiful car is as moving a masterpiece as any other piece of art. ■