Porsche Design Tower

Porsche Design Tower: Ultra Luxury Condo Miami- Sunny Isles Beach

As today technology makes a joke of geography: I deliver virtually your home to you: Porsche Design Tower

Porsche Design Tower: Ultra Luxury Condo Sunny Isles Beach, as the latest twist on designer parking garages: a Jetsonesque elevator that whisks residents to their condos while they are still in the driver’s seat. The 57-story, $650 million Porsche Design Tower condo planned for Sunny Isle Beach by developer Gil Dezer in a collaboration with Germany-based Porsche Design Group will be erected on 2.2 acres of land at 18555 Collins Avenue. Finding a parking space near their front door will no longer be a concern for anyone lucky enough to live in the new multimillion luxury building.
Porsche Design Tower it’s the world’s first condominium complex with elevators that take residents directly to their units while they are sitting in their cars. Pull over into the designated space. Turn off the engine. And enjoy the oceanfront view as you escalate in a glass elevator that takes you, while you are sitting in your car, to the front door of your apartment. You don’t have to leave your car until you are in front of your apartment.

After the resident pulls over and switches off the engine, a robotic arm that works like an automatic plank will scoop up the car and put it into the elevator. Once at the desired floor, the same robotic arm will park the car, leaving the resident in front of their front door. The glass elevators will give residents and their guests unparalleled views of the city or of the ocean during their high-speed ride, expected to last 45 to 90 seconds. And for those who simply “love” their cars, they will be able to enjoy a really nice view of them from their living room.

Smaller units in Porsche Design Tower will be allocated two parking spaces and larger ones will have four, with 284 robotic parking spaces in total. There will be three elevators.

The car elevators are the latest twist on Miami Beach’s burgeoning passion for designer parking garages. Dezer said his hopes are that many other buildings in the United States and the rest of the world will be constructed following the Porsche Design Tower model. Porsche Design Tower however, will be the first and last one in South Florida, he said.

Units will range from 3,800 to 9,500 square feet and could cost up to $15 million.

Stats

Prices: $3.200,000 to $15,000,000
Delivery: second quarter of 2016 (estimated)
Sizes: 3,800 to 9,500 sq feet
Bedrooms: 3 to 5
Waterfront: Ocean
Pets: Yes
Rent: Yes
Total Units: 132
Number of Stories: 57
Maintenance:

Reservations

• Pre launch to serious prospective buyers upon deposit of 100,000 dollars in escrow before a private meeting with the developer.
• Official launch in the summer of 2012
• This 57 story tower will break ground at or around the second or third quarter of 2013
• The building wont be fully ready until around the second quarter of 2016
• 3,4,5 bedrooms residences plus maid quarters
• The first building in the World made by Porsche Design and Dezer Developments the same developer of the Trump buildings in Miami.
• Robotic parking system that allows owners to store multiple cars next to their residences
• Tallest ocean-front tower in Florida
• Exclusive building only has 132 residences.
• Price Range: from 3.2 million to over 15 million
• Payments: 100k with reservation agreement + remainder of 10% down at contract signing, + 10% at ground breaking, + 10% when construction starts on your floor and 70% balance at closing.

The $560 million tower will rise in Sunny Isles Beach as part of a collaboration between Germany-based Porsche Design Group developer and a local developer. It’s the world’s first condominium complex with elevators that take residents directly to their units while they are sitting in their cars.

In a nutshell: Pull over into the designated space. Turn off the engine. And, enjoy the oceanfront view as you escalate in a glass elevator that takes you while you are still comfortable seated in your car, to the front door of your apartment. You don’t have to leave your car until you are in front of your apartment. After the resident pulls over and switches off the engine, a robotic arm that works much like an automatic plank will scoop up the car and put it into the elevator. Once at the desired floor, the same robotic arm will park the car, leaving the resident nearly in front of his front door. The glass elevators will give residents and their guests unparalleled views of the city or of the ocean during their high-speed ride, expected to last 45 to 90 seconds.

The cylindrical building will be erected on 2.2 acres of land at 18555 Collins Avenue. The 57-story luxury tower will have 132 units. Smaller units will be allocated two parking spaces and larger ones will have four, with 284 robotic parking spaces in total. There will be three elevators. Residents will be able to see their cars from their living rooms. Owners with fast cars and antiques will have a view of them.
Units will range from 3,800 to 9,500 square feet and could cost up to $15 million.

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