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Dezer Development Launches Bentley Residences

April 8, 2021 by Jacki Taylor

Dezer Development announces Bentley-branded luxury tower, Bentley Residences.




Miami welcomes the first-ever Bentley-branded luxury residential tower. The news was announced today that this remarkable tower will stand tall along with other luxury car brands like the Porsche Design Tower and Aston Martin Residences. This remarkable project will have a sophisticated and sleek design standing at 749 feet tall in Sunny Isles Beach. This tower will be the tallest beachfront tower in the U.S. and its height already has FAA approval.





Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects will be partnering to create a luxurious design worthy of the Bentley brand. Dezer and Sieger Suarez has previously worked on Armani and Porsche towers. Gil Dezer, President of Dezer Development states, “Partnering with Bentley Motors, a true global luxury brand and being able to create another first in the Miami marketplace is an extraordinary opportunity.”





According to the press release, there will be 200+ residences, each with a multi-car garage with a car elevator delivering your car straight to your residence (similar to that of Porsche Design Tower). Each unit will also feature its own private balcony, pool and sauna. Floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the residences with ocean and bay views.





Building amenities will include a gym, pool, spa, restaurant (TBD), lounge, cabanas, cinema, whiskey bar, and garden. According to Forbes, Bentley Residences will be built according to the the Florida Green Building Council Certifications with anticipations that the building will use less energy.





The ground breaking is expected to begin in 2023 and construction is expected to be complete by 2026. We will update this article as more information is published about Bentley Residences.


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