The iconic Porsche Design Tower Miami
Gil Dezer, president of New York/South Florida-based Dezer Development, and Juergen Gessler, President and CEO of Porsche Design Group, commemorated the groundbreaking of the iconic Porsche Design Tower Miami, representing Porsche Design’s first landmark foray into residential real estate.
Launch of ultra-luxury, 60-story tower in Sunny Isles Beach
The exclusive launch was held on April 19th 2013 at the Sales Center of the highly anticipated 132-unit Porsche Design Tower Miami. Miami’s elite, including future residents of the Porsche Design Tower Miami, Porsche Design’s VIP customers, Sunny Isles Beach civic leaders and special guests, attended the lavish affair that culminated with a ceremonial groundbreaking by the Porsche Design Tower Miami development team and Sunny Isles Beach Mayor, Norman Edelcup.
“This is an especially proud moment to launch the first-ever Porsche Design Tower,” said Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Development. “If the compelling success of the initial sales process is any indication, the Porsche Design Tower Miami has already delivered a new dimension to South Florida’s ultra-luxury, high-end real estate market. We have a lot of excited guests here and reason to celebrate.”
Juergen Gessler, CEO of Germany-based Porsche Design Group, joined Gil Dezer in introducing the first-of-its-kind Porsche Design Tower : “We look forward to developing future Porsche Design Towers throughout the globe that will continue to redefine the world of luxury.”
Featuring some crazy amenities, including a movie theatre, spa, and plunge pools on almost every balcony, the Porsche Design Tower boats 132 expansive living balconies. The tower’s most distinctive feature, however, is the “sky garage”. Three car elevators will bring billionaires and their luxury vehicles straight to the door of their condo, allowing them to park their cars in a “sky garage” connected to each unit.
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.