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Porsche Design Tower this week on the spotlight of Luxury Condo living

Porsche Design Tower

Only 132 luxury residences featuring fireplace and 2 car garage in the living room, starting at 4.5 million
Only 132 luxury residences featuring fireplace and 2 car garage in the living room, starting at 4.5 million

Spectacular building designed by Porsche Design Group, based in Bietigheim-Bissingen Germany featuring only 132 Exclusive Residences, this unique project will be the only landmark from Porsche Design in Miami. Do not miss this unique opportunity of living this lifestyle!

 

The residences at Porsche Design Tower starts at $4.5 Million, this bargain gets you a duplex apartment with 3 bedrooms 3 and 1/2 Baths, a total of 4,252 Sq Ft (394 M2) of area.

“Amazing intercoastal and sunset views spoil those to dare to live life to its fullest.”

Bringing toys home with you! Car lovers will inspire designers where cars are part of the design of the living room. You can also opt for a different floor plan that use the extra space for entertaining living area or perhaps an extra Bedroom. At this reservation stage owners will have the chance to change lay outs and customize their units to their liking.

Featuring fire place, Pogen Paul Kitchens, Garage inside the unit and much more.

Total area of 4,252 Sq Ft (394 m2) overlooking the beautiful Intercoastal.
Total area of 4,252 Sq Ft (394 m2) overlooking the beautiful Intercoastal.

Porsche Design Tower West View

Ocean View Residences starts around 6 Million with a private pool, summer kitchen and located up high featuring breathtaking views to the Atlantic Ocean.

Porsche Design Tower NE View

Porsche Design Tower E-NE View

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Porsche Design Tower Dark Kitchen

Porsche Design Tower Light Bathroom

This project has unseen technology and unique features and services featuring resort style services and Restaurant to indulge residents.

Porsche Design Tower also offers climate controlled garages sold separately (up to 5 cars per garage) to protect your most precious collection of exotics.

– No matter how you live there is always something special about living at Porsche Design Tower!

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Car Elevators Are The Latest In Luxury – Just Ask Mitt Romney.

This story appears in the June 25, 2012 Investment Guide issue of Forbes Magazine.

Porsche Design Tower feature residences with over 4,000 SF at prices starting at 4 million dollars
In March presidential candidate Mitt Romney found himself in the kind of awkward situation reserved for One-Percenters: Blueprints for the renovation of his $12 million La Jolla beach house were leaked to the press and spread across the Web. Nothing in the plans—not the 3,600-square-foot basement addition or outdoor shower—caught gawking readers’ imaginations like the split-level garage, with the latest piece of must-have residential exotica: a car elevator.

The former Massachusetts governor, worth $230 million by FORBES’ estimate, has attracted criticism for this opulent amenity, but he is by no means the first high-end homeowner to install an auto lift.

“It may not be a common home feature, but its popularity is growing rapidly,” claims Brad Davies, owner of American Custom Lifts, an Escondido, Calif. company that manufactures the PhantomPark, Romney’s elevator of choice. “We have 19 on order right now; it used to be 2 to 3 on order each month.”

American Custom Lifts has installed PhantomParks in the modern-day palaces of billionaires and A-list celebrities. (Although in Romney’s case, “everything is on hold right now, and he’s waiting until after the elections,” notes Davies. Romney’s team confirms this.)

A basic PhantomPark model costs $42,000 plus installation, which typically adds $13,000 (Romney’s version is reported to cost $55,000). Customized models—for example, where the top level is designed to blend into its surroundings—can cost much more.

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American Custom Lifts has installed PhantomParks in the modern-day palaces of billionaires and A-list celebrities. (Although in Romney’s case, “everything is on hold right now, and he’s waiting until after the elections,” notes Davies. Romney’s team confirms this.)

A basic PhantomPark model costs $42,000 plus installation, which typically adds $13,000 (Romney’s version is reported to cost $55,000). Customized models—for example, where the top level is designed to blend into its surroundings—can cost much more.

Like all things designed for the rich and famous in real estate, Davies and his team typically sign nondisclosure agreements to protect clients’ identities. He will say that projects have included grass-covered lifts for boat storage sunken into backyards, multiple lifts to haul catering trucks to an underground 50,000-square-foot ballroom, even lifts hidden under swimming pools that emerge while water drains down the sides of the pool perimeter as a car comes level with the patio.

“We’ve done one for an NBA player that wasn’t even for a car … it was for his billiards table to come up into the family room when he wanted to shoot pool,” chuckles Davies.

Davies installed his first subterranean lift in Aspen, Colo. in 2002 and has watched the orders steadily increase, most via word of mouth.

“My friend had one in Newport Beach … and I saw it and thought it would be perfect to keep my cars protected,” explains Jose “Pancho” Leon, the builder and owner of a $5.7 million estate called Chateau Suenos, in Calabasas, Calif. Situated in the tony, gated development The Oaks (where the Kardashians and Justin Bieber own neighboring homes), the 9,211-square-foot château-inspired estate offers a split-level garage equipped with two PhantomPark hydraulic lifts that store autos below ground, safe from playing children as well as the auto-eroding effects of SoCal’s warm weather. Leon, who lives full-time in a different custom-built home, currently stores his ’56 Thunderbird and Nissan GT-R in the subterranean space.

Despite its celebrity history—the home was rented by pop star Britney Spears for two years following her painfully public 2008 meltdown—and posh amenities that include a fountain-bedecked interior courtyard and wine cellar, Leon’s real estate agent, Jeffery Biebuyck, emphasizes that the garage is one of Chateau Suenos’ biggest enticements. “Every single person who has toured this home has had a car collection,” Biebuyck, a director at Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, says.

In general, however, upscale garage additions recoup a modest 52% of their cost, according to the Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report. Realtors say the benefits of an auto elevator are manifested in a less financially tangible form: marketing. It’s a “wow factor” that garners attention and sets an estate apart from its local competition.

“I’ve had situations where it’s the perfect house for a buyer but not a perfect garage and a sale doesn’t get made,” explains Billy Rose, president of The Agency, a luxury real estate firm in Los Angeles.

Even so, a handful of homes sporting lifts have languished on the market recently, suffering multiple price chops. The reason: Such garages typically appeal to a limited pool of buyers, namely car collectors.

“I don’t think my garage adds much value to my home, because the car virus maybe infects only 5 out of 100 males,” chuckles David Houston, an L.A. restaurateur and sports car collector. Houston, who produced the short-lived Car Show TV series, transformed a 2,500-square-foot basement in his Malibu home into a garage with lifts and a car turntable.

A collector is also behind the massive multistory garage tucked inside the gated entrance of the Sierra Star compound in Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village. Tom Gonzales, the cofounder of software company Commerce One, spent nearly five years renovating his lakefront estate, which includes a subterranean “collector’s garage” that houses his 1,000 autos and motorcycles. Tucked below a 2,500-square-foot guest house, the bilevel garage sprawls over an astounding 12,000 square feet and cost roughly $6 million to construct. It has an oversize hydraulic lift—technically, an aircraft transporter—capable of carting an RV or three cars to the surface. It costs an estimated $25 in electricity bills each time it’s operated.

Gonzales has been trying, so far in vain, to sell the estate, which debuted on the market at $65 million in 2007. He is now asking $49.9 million, but buyers can also purchase it in sections, broken down as five separate land parcels. “We have had people look specifically just at the garage parcel,” says Kerry Donovan, a vice president at Chase International, a Lake Tahoe realty firm. She believes the ultimate buyer will be someone with a collecting passion to rival Gonzales’.

If the West Coast seems like the hub for homes with car elevators, it is—or has been. Architect Annabelle Selldorf has now designed Manhattan’s first condo building with auto elevators. Thirteen units at 200 Eleventh Avenue come with their own “en-suite sky garage.” Owners enter the building’s garage and load their ride onto the elevator, which identifies the car via a scan tag and then whisks it upward in under 60 seconds. They then park outside of their apartment’s front door. In a city where privacy commands top dollar, the flashy feature has helped secure buyers (including Nicole Kidman) for all but one of the units—and construction finished earlier this year.

Leonard Steinberg, the Prudential Douglas Elliman broker for the building, believes the car elevator has been successful because “the reality is this is an item with great practical use, and people attach great value to it.” He estimates residents save an average of three hours each week carting their cars and belongings straight to their doorstep rather than unloading onto carts and having their vehicles parked in public lots.

Another developer adapting the car elevator to high-rise living is Gil Dezer. Miami-based Dezer Properties has teamed up with German carmaker spinoff Porsche Design to craft a 57-story, 132-unit condo building—the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.

Though construction doesn’t commence until mid-2013 (with plans to finish mid-2016), the blueprints map out a 600-feet-per-minute elevator that will identify your car, which is loaded ignition-off via turntable, and deliver it to its assigned spot (every unit has two) outside your apartment door. Dezer hails from an ­automotive-­­loving family—his father just opened a Miami museum to showcase his thousand-car-and-motorcycle collection, and Dezer Properties owns high-end auto retailer Manhattan Motorcars in New York City—so naturally he also insisted upon glass partitions between parking spots and units so that “if you want to see your car from the living room, you can.”

Who knows? Maybe Dezer and his fellow car elevator fans are on to something. But U.S. presidential candidates may want to keep their enthusiasm under wraps.

Source: Read more at Forbes.com
By Morgan Brennan

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Porsche Building – A planned Sunny Isles Beach condo, cars and drivers ride elevator home

The latest twist on designer parking garages: a Jetsonesque elevator that whisks residents to their condos while they are still in the driver’s seat.

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Pull over into the designated space. Turn off the engine. And enjoy the oceanfront view as you escalate in a glass elevator that takes you, while you are sitting in your car, to the front door of your apartment.

No, this is not the latest Disney ride.

Porsche Design Tower – 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 world’s first condominium complex with elevators that will take residents directly to their units while they are sitting in their cars.

“You don’t have to leave your car until you are in front of your apartment,” said Juergen Gessler, CEO of Porsche Design Group.

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.

“What this is really doing is taking two technologies that have existed for centuries and putting them together,” said Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Properties. “It’s taking the robotic arm and it’s putting it in an elevator.”

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.

“So people with fancy cars and antiques, they will actually have a really nice view of them,’’ Dezer said.

Units will range from 3,800 to 9,500 square feet and could cost up to $9 million.

The car elevators are the latest twist on Miami Beach’s burgeoning passion for designer parking garages. The highly acclaimed 1111 Lincoln Road designed by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron opened in 2009; also planned are garages by London architect Zaha Hadid, Mexico’s Enrique Norten and Miami’s own Arquitechonica.

Dezer said his hopes are that many other buildings in the United States and the rest of the world will be constructed following the Porsche Design Tower model.

But this will be the first and last one in South Florida, he said.

“We want to keep this really exclusive and not have this become a McDonald’s kind of style. The tower is going to change the skyline of Miami Beach,” Dezer said. “This is something Floridians should be proud to have in their state.”

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Porsche Design Tower

The $560 million Porsche Design Tower features 132 exclusive residences all with summer kitchens, fireplace and 2 car garages and gorgeous water views. Count with 6 different floor plans, some in a Duplex set up others showcasing your car as a work of art.

Neighborhood: Sunny Isles Beach Real Estate
Developer: Dezer Development, LLC
Designer: Porsche Design Group
Completion: 2016
Number of Units: 132
Number of Stories: 60
Unit Sizes: From 4,252 to 16,915 sq.ft. (395 – 1,571 M²)


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Exclusivity has never felt this good as you soar above the Atlantic, in a glass elevator, on your way to your very own private garage in the sky. The Porsche Design Tower is the first of its kind anywhere; each unit comes equipped with an elevator. . . for your car. “You don’t have to leave your car until you are inside your apartment,” said Juergen Gessler, CEO of Porsche Design Group.

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Duplex residences featuring 20ft ceiling high

Porsche Design Tower Wine Cellar

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Step out of your car and be greeted by pristine blue waters that surround you, and bask in the sophistication and grandeur that only Porsche Design can offer to those with a taste for impeccable design and sleek European craftsmanship.

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Porsche Design Tower Car Elevator

The ultra-luxurious, $560 million Porsche Design Tower is under construction in Sunny Isles Beach with completion by 2016, as part of a collaboration between German-based Porsche Design Group and Gil Dezer, an iconic Miami Beach developer.

Balcony Pool

Featuring pools on most floor plans, garages for 2 and 4 cars in the sky, Poggenpohl Kitchens, restaurant, Car Concierge and much more. The cylindrical building’s future home will be on a 2.2 acre stretch at 18555 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach.

Stop wondering and start living the Porsche Design life that only a few will ever experience. Luxury redesigned for only the few, only the best, only by Porsche Design.

Porsche Design Tower – Building Features

  • The first building in the world made by Porsche Design and Dezer Developments the same developer of the Trump buildings in Miami.
  • Robotic parking system that allows owners to store multiple cars next to their residences.
  • The building will be 650 feet height making it the tallest ocean-front residential tower in the United States.

Porsche Design Tower Amenities

PDT amenities plan

  • 3-story high lobby with glass car elevator observatory in center of lobby
  • Lobby level restaurant overlooking the ocean with indoor and outdoor seating.
  • Private enclosed wine locker for each unit located within the restaurant.
  • Lobby level Bar and Lounge overlooking the ocean with monumental fireplace and big screen TV’s.
  • 1 oceanfront pool located on first floor landscaped deck with food and beverage service.
  • 2 oversize plunge spas located at the 5th floor west side Sunset Deck overlooking the Intracoastal Waterways.

Ocean front pool featuring on site restaurant and services
Ocean front pool featuring on site restaurant and services

  • Game room and Ball Room with elevated ceilings, located on 5th floor:
  • Virtual Golf Simulator.
  • 4-car interconnected virtual race simulator.
  • Movie theater with stadium seating, popcorn bar and surround sound.
  • Card table and billiard area.
  • Oceanfront ballroom equipped with Bar and catering kitchen.

Owners lounge with fire places
Owners lounge with fire places

Spa and Fitness

  • Oceanfront fitness room equipped with state-of-the art machines and oceanfront yoga room.
  • Oceanfront Hair salon with manicure and pedicure stations.
  • Men and Woman’s spa equipped with snow room, sauna and steam rooms.
  • Locker room area with bathrooms and showers.
  • Unisex treatment rooms: Massage, facial and Vichy shower.

Sunset Terrace

  • Two oversize plunge spas.
  • Outdoor seating/sunbathing deck for afternoon sun and watching sunsets.
  • Additional tanning deck one level below that connects with the Spa.

Porsche Design Tower Restaurant
Private restaurant

Porsche Design Tower Residence Features

  • Private elevators elevators will open directly into the residences without having to go through a foyer.
  • Two level units available with close to 24 feet height ceilings
  • Poggenpohl Kitchen
  • Fireplace in all units
  • 15 feet deep (5 meter), terraces, the deepest in Miami
  • Every apartment facing the ocean will have a pool approximately 10’ X 15’ in the terrace.
  • Outdoor gourmet kitchens
  • Two parking garage besides apartment for models B, C and D
  • Four parking garages besides apartment for model A
  • 3,4,6 bedrooms residences plus maid quarters
  • Flexible rooms (some floor-plans)
  • From 4,800 square feet to over 10,000 sq. ft residences

Porsche Design Tower Plunge pool and summer kitchen

Fireplace on every unit
Fireplace on every unit

Porsche Design Tower Kitchen
Exclusive Poggenpohl kitchens

Exclusive Poggenpohl kitchens.
Porsche Design Tower you can have your exclusive Poggenpohl Kitchen in carbon fiber.

Extra wide bedrooms
Extra wide bedrooms

Porsche Design Tower Light Bathroom

Bathrooms with sophisticated design.
Bathrooms with sophisticated design.

Developer

Gil Dezer is one of South Florida’s most accomplished businessman, as well as one of the largest ocean front property owners in Sunny Isles Beach. His portfolio of property includes over 27 acres of prime oceanfront real estate, including 2,100 feet of beachfront between 158th St. and 191st St. along Collins Avenue.

This is one of the largest holdings of beachfront property able to be developed in the state, most of which is earmarked for redevelopment as mid-and-high-rise luxury condominiums, condo-hotels, motels, and rental communities.
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Porsche Design Tower Floor Plans

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Porsche Design Tower Penthouse Floor Plan
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