Bentley Residences Miami Is the Latest Luxury Tower From a Storied Automaker
Miami is getting a new tower, car elevator included
When you’re a luxury automaker, where do you go after decades of making high-end cars? For a few marques, the logical next step involves residential spaces as opulent as their vehicular work. Porsche has made a foray into this space, and Aston Martin is involved in residential projects in Miami and the Hudson River Valley. And now, they’re being joined by Bentley, who recently announced its own take on residential living.
That would be the Bentley Residences Miami, with construction slated to begin in 2023. If you’ve ever longed to live in a high-end high-rise with bonus car elevator, you’ve come to the right place.
Writing at Robb Report, Helena Madden has more details on the upcoming building. Madden writes that Bentley is working with Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects on the project; both firms also worked on the Porsche Design Tower in Miami. Is “translating an automotive aesthetic into a residential space” a skill one can have? Apparently it is now.
The building’s website offers more details on what to expect from the tower: over 200 residences in a 749-foot-tall building, which equates to 60 stories. Most notable of all? Each residence will feature an in-unit multi-car garage. That the apartments will also have views of the ocean and the bay seems like an added bonus. So if you’ve ever wanted to drive your car to a 40th floor apartment and stare out at the ocean, get ready: the building is scheduled to be completed in 2026.
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