Sky-high parking at Porsche Design tower

Miami /
Apr.April 19, 2013 02:00 PM

Among the most buzzed-about amenities of the Porsche Design Tower Miami, which breaks ground today, is the robotic automobile lift, which allows drivers to pull right up to their doorstep, however many stories high, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Residents will be able to park their cars right outside of their units, according to the Journal.

The 60-story tower will have 132 residences, ranging from $4.5 million to $25 million, according to Gil Dezer, whose company Dezer Development is behind the project. Though construction is not expected to be complete until the first quarter of 2016, half of the units are under contract, representing $400 million in sales, Dezer said in a press release.

The apartments will range in size from 4,200 to 17,000 square feet, and in price from $4.5 million to $25 million. In a nod to Porsche Design and its first foray into real estate, the tower will have a “car concierge” responsible for coordinating washes, detailing, tire rotation and other maintenance. [WSJ] —Emily Schmall


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