The Real Deal Miami

A look inside – and around – Porsche Design Tower: PHOTOS

Remaining units include penthouse priced at $33M with space for 11 cars
By Katherine Kallergis | June 30, 2016 09:45AM

Porsche Design Tower is on the fast track to being completed by the end of the summer and The Real Deal got its hands on a new batch of construction photos.

Buyers at Dezer Development’s latest project hail from Argentina, Mexico, Brazil and within the United States, a spokesperson told TRD. Of 132 units, five are unsold.

The star of the 641-foot, 60-story tower is the Dezervator, a patented automobile elevator lift system. The elevator will hoist cars and residents up to any one of Porsche Design’s condos. Check out a video of the “Dezervator” in action here.

Going up the Dezervator

Going up the Dezervator

Dezer broke ground on the building about three years ago. The beachfront development at 18555 Collins Avenue offers a range of atypical amenities, including man caves and balcony plunge pools, as well a racing simulator and a golf simulator. It will also feature an all-optical wireless platform that allows for uninterrupted cell and WiFi service.

Sales are being handled in-house. Remaining units range from $6.3 million to a penthouse priced at $32.5 million, which includes the option to store up to 11 cars in a 3,000-square-foot car gallery. Potential buyers of that unit have the option to use the car gallery to store seven cars on their own, or three with a living room, bar and billiard table. The 16,915-square-foot penthouse will have four bedroom-suites, 6.5 baths and two separate two-car garages.

Porsche Design’s car concierge will also take care of regular maintenance, tire rotations and washing.