Bentley Motors has announced its plans to develop the world’s first Bentley-branded residences in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami as a part of its exclusive partnership with a Florid-based real estate developer Dezer Development. Called the Bentley Residences, it is being designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Sieger Suarez Architects. Interestingly, Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects previously teamed up for the Porsche Design Tower, also located in Miami. According to the official press release, the Bentley Residences building will stand at 749 feet and over 60 stories high, making the tallest residential tower on any US beachfront. The property will have more than 200 luxury apartments, with each unit featuring a private balcony, pool, sauna, and outdoor shower. The Bentley Residences will also offer unobstructed ocean and bayside views in every apartment thanks to the building’s cylindrical design and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The Bentley Design Department has been given the task to bring the iconic British brand’s distinct design DNA to the project. One of the highlights of the Bentley Residences will be its patented car elevator. Each apartment in the building will include an in-unit multi-car garage that can be accessed by the car elevator, making it perfect for car lovers and collectors who want their prized possessions right in front of them at all times. There’s also added focus on environment-friendly construction practices. The press release states that the “apartment interiors will contain sustainably sourced materials and finishes that create a calming palate, in harmony with the external environment.” Adrian Hallmark, Chairman and CEO of Bentley Motors, says, “The modern and progressive brand identity of Bentley Residences is at work in both the tower’s interior and exterior spaces, rooted in authenticity, sustainability and innovation. We’ve partnered with Dezer to create a living experience that expresses the very philosophy of the Bentley brand and stays true to our vision of inspiring extraordinary journeys.” The construction will begin in early 2023 and the project is scheduled for completion in 2026.