Pre construction VIP opportunity.
10% to reserve your residence.
Location: Sunny Isles Beach, Florida.
216 luxury residences.
Each with their own “in residence” multi-car garage in the sky.
Huge indoor/outdoor terrace living space with Summer Kitchen.
Each with their own private sunken swimming pool.
Windowed Master bathrooms.
Each with private Saunas.
Dramatic ocean view Lobby.
Private residence restaurant.
Bentley Designed Whiskey Bar/ Lounge.
Huge Wellness Center/Gym with indoor and outdoor fitness areas.
Private Coffee Bar Area.
Entertainment Gaming Center.
Resort Style Food and Beverage Service
Prices from: $3,900,000.
10% at reservation.
10% at Contract (May 2022).
10% at Groundbreaking (2023).
10% at Midway (2024).
10% at Top-off (2025).
50% at closing (2026).
Bentley Motors recently revealed their plans for the first-ever Bentley-branded residential tower,BentleyResidences, set to debut in 2026 in Sunny Isles Beach in Miami, Florida. Bentley Motors enlisted Gil Dezer and Dezer Development, responsible for some of the world’s most luxurious branded residences, including the recently completed Porsche Design Tower (just two blocks away)and Armani/Casa, to name a few.
Construction will begin in 2023 and will be built by architecture firm Sieger Suarez Architects, who is also responsible for Porsche Design Tower and Armani/Casa. The 60-story, cylindrical tower is set to be the tallest ever built on a U.S. beachfront at 749 feet. There will be more than 200 luxury residences; state-of-the-art amenities, including a restaurant, cinema, whiskey bar, gym, pool, spa and cigar lounge; cabanas; and landscaped gardens.
Each residence has a multi-car garage (via one of the tower’s 4 car elevators) so residents can securely store their vehicles, and residences all have a private indoor/outdoor terrace, sunken pool and sauna. Dezer says each residence was designed for seamless indoor-outdoor living and each residence will have views over the ocean and bay through its floor-to-ceiling windows.
When looking at the rendering of what the Bentley tower will be like, one immediately notices the triangular-shaped windows. Dezer confirms this will be a replacement feature of the tower. “When we developed plans for the Bentley, we immediately thought of the triangular windows,” he reveals. “We did the whole mockup—I spent $300,000 just on the mock-up: to find out if we could do the windows that way. It’s going to make a statement. It’s going to be a diamond that they can see all the way from Cuba when the sun hits on it. It’s going to be amazing. You don’t live on the exterior of your building, but when you tell people, ‘Hey, I live in the Bentley tower,’ people will understand. They’ll ask, ‘Is that the one with the diamonds sparkling?’ Everybody will know where you live. There’s a pride in ownership that makes a building iconic. After this one, we’re going to have a hard time outdoing ourselves.”
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