Representing Porsche Design’s first landmark foray into residential real estate, the highly-anticipated Porsche Design Tower Miami is rapidly approaching the finish line, with completion slated for third quarter 2016.
With only six units of the ultra-luxury tower’s 132-units remaining, car enthusiasts and luxury seekers alike still have the exclusive opportunity to be part of the iconic brand’s first-ever real estate venture.
Dezer Development is kicking Porsche Design Tower Miami’s Final Lap into gear with an evening of high-velocity go-kart racing this Thursday, March 31 at 6:30 pm at the Xtreme Action Park located at 5300 Powerline Road in Fort Lauderdale. Guests will have the rare opportunity to race alongside developer Gil Dezer in a private hour of racing, followed by an awards ceremony celebrating the champion brokers that were the key to Porsche Design Tower Miami’s sales success.
“We have good reason to celebrate as we come one step closer to making the world’s first Porsche Design Tower a reality,” said Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Development. “Watching Porsche Design Tower Miami come to fruition and seeing it transform parking technology as we know it has been a remarkable experience. Our unprecedented sales success is a testament to the dedication of our savvy brokers and their insight and access to the buyers who understand the groundbreaking ingenuity and superlative quality that this development offers.”
Undeniably striking from the outside, Porsche Design Tower Miami’s most unique feature will be its Patented, first-of-its-kind automobile elevator lift system. The Dezervator will transport residents, while still inside their vehicles, directly to their respective residence’s ‘sky garage’ in a glass-enclosed elevator. The system is not only a first, but assures unparalleled, maximum privacy for unit owners.
Having officially broken ground in April 2013, the construction of Porsche Design Tower Miami has been no small achievement, much in part to the complex combination of cutting-edge mechanical engineering and state-of-the-art technology that had to be amassed to bring the Dezervator to fruition. After building a full working model test facility in Chicago with Mid-American Elevator, Porsche Design Tower Miami has begun the final installation of the Dezervator and just recently completed installing the building’s elevator cabs.
Led by general contractor, Coastal Condominiums, construction also focuses on the completion of Porsche Design Tower Miami’s unparalleled amenity deck, as well as its elevated, oceanfront terrace which features a negative edge sunrise swimming pool and hot tub.
The automobile lift system is only one of the Tower’s uncommon, luxurious amenities such as plunge pools and outdoor summer kitchens on the expansive balconies of almost every unit, a first in Miami and a feature typically reserved for only the most elite of penthouses.
Other building amenities include a state-of-the-art spa equipped with Vichy showers, a Sunset Terrace complemented with twin over-sized spa tubs, and oceanfront ballroom and multipurpose clubrooms. The clubrooms include a movie theatre with plus stadium seating and new release capability, and a game room featuring a four-car interconnected virtual racing simulator – a must for car-lovers - and a virtual golf simulator equipped with a real putting green that allows players to access golf courses around the world. Anticipating that residents hold their automobiles in as high regard as their homes, Porsche Design Tower Miami will also have available a ‘Car Concierge’ who will tend to a resident’s vehicle, by assisting with regular maintenance, tire rotations, washing and other services.
With residences ranging from $6.3 million to $32.5 million, Porsche Design Tower Miami has only six residences remaining, including its four-level, 16,915 square foot penthouse