At Porsche Tower in Sunny Isles Beach the opulent interiors feature raised panel doors with custom hardware to satisfy your style. The wall finishes exude gallery style, with elegant raised foyer ceilings. True to the see through floor plan concept are dramatic floor-to-ceiling tinted glass windows that enclose the living and dining rooms, bedrooms, baths and kitchens, offering stunning views of the sky and ocean. Porsche Tower condo living spaces provide the convenience of viewing you favorite TV programs with pre-wired cable and ceiling fans that provide just the right amount of air circulation allowing for comfortable temperatures year round on Sunny Isles Beach real estate. These Sunny Isles Beach condos are also equipped with their own Whirlpool full-sized, sound-proof washers and dryers for privacy and convenience.
In your Porsche-Tower custom kitchen the granite counter tops are exquisite with backsplashes to match. Roomy stainless steel rimless double sinks are perfect for quick rinsing with a convenient spray, disposal and instant hot water dispenser. Add a bit of your own personality with Snaidero cabinetry accompanied by under cabinet lighting and your choice of hardward accessories. Orchestrate the kitchen of your dreams in these Sunny Isles condos and create a lifetime of memories for generations to come.
The unique and exclusive amenities at Porsche-Tower allow for an unlimited list of luxurious experiences. The custom-designed kitchens feature a spacious design that includes a center island and breakfast area. Breathtaking views of the ocean can be seen from both of these interior spaces. These Sunny Isles Beach condos offer kitchens with top-of-the-line Kitchen Aid appliances that boast a 42 inch, built-in, side by side refrigerator/freezer that mimics the cabinetry. You will further enjoy the functionality of a built-in convection microwave oven for meals in a snap. A sound insulated dishwasher offers quiet clean up after a party or intimate gathering of friends.
In South Florida, Porsche-Tower is a new landmark in this vibrant Miami community. The water views, one-of-a-kind technology and tropical surroundings have created a buzz among investors as well as potential residents. These elements make up the perfect formula for a luxurious lifestyle. The German Porsche designers of this elegant construction brought their vision to life with a fusion of design elements, landscaping and materials that best depict the exotic ambiance that is Miami Beach. The nearby shopping, dining and entertainment venues only enhance the luxury amenities found on the premises of Porsche-Tower of Sunny Isles Beach.
The $560 million Jetsonesque tower will rise in Sunny Isles Beach as part of a collaboration between Germany-based Porsche Design Group and a local developer, Gil Dezer. It likely will be the worldâ€™s first condominium complex with elevators that will take residents directly to their units while they are sitting in their cars.
Here is how it will work: After the resident pulls over and switches off the engine, a robotic arm that works much like an automatic plank will scoop up the car and put it into the elevator. Once at the desired floor, the same robotic arm will park the car, leaving the resident nearly in front of his front door. Voila, home!
The glass elevators will give residents and their guests unparalleled views of the city or of the ocean during their high-speed ride, expected to last 45 to 90 seconds.
The building, to named Porsche Design Tower, was approved unanimously Thursday night by the Sunny Isles Beach City Commission. Before the meeting, Mayor Norman S. Edelcup said he had not heard any opposition to the plan.
The cylindrical building will be erected on 2.2 acres of land at 18555 Collins Avenue. The 57-story luxury tower will have 132 units. Smaller units will be allocated two parking spaces and larger ones will have four, with 284 robotic parking spaces in total. There will be three elevators.
Residents will be able to see their cars from their living rooms.
Units will range from 3,800 to 9,500 square feet and could cost up to $9 million.