Porsche Design Tower is scheduled for completion in 2014 and it is a groundbreaking building for a number of reasons. It is likely to garner international architectural attention, as its’ amenities are beyond anything one would find in the United States. The residence will have 57 stories and be between 3,900 and 9,000 square feet of interior space. Located on the white sand of exclusive Sunny Isles beach, its’ location is decadent, and the Porsche Design Tower will undoubtedly break barriers of what is considered modern luxury.
Porsche Design Tower is entirely glass windows so no view is compromised. Each residence has gallery quality wall finishes and raised ceilings, for those art collectors who have collected in South Florida. Each residence has floor to ceiling glass windows and each kitchen feature granite countertops and stainless finishes, and baths are spacious and completely custom from patterned marble to glass walled showers. The most highly anticipated amenity at Porsche Design Tower is the mechanical arm garage parking that lifts your vehicle to your residence. Your car will be at your doorstep in 90 seconds. Other building amenities include see through floor plans lush landscaped grounds with 24 hour surveillance, discrete entrance and video identification, large oceanfront deck with attendants. Porsche Design Tower is unlike any property in South Florida, and in the impressive neighborhood of Sunny Isles Beach, that is an accomplishment.
Sunny Isles is a diverse city located on a barrier island northeast of Miami and is home to some of the most architecturally inspired and luxurious developments in South Florida. The area was designated a tourist destination as early as 1920 and with the construction of the Haulover Bridge in 1925 that joined it to Miami Beach, it blossomed. Today, developers continue to favor this area and some of the world’s most famous architects and builders continue to break ground on oceanfront condominiums from Micheal Dezer to Donald Trump. It is a short distance from the opulent village of Bal Harbour to the south and to the north, Aventura. It is equidistant from the Miami International Airport and the Fort Lauderdale International Airport as well as a number of executive airports. From shopping to dining, Sunny Isles is as much a destination as South Beach for the elite.