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Bentley's residential tower to be just as luxurious as its cars

Bentley's residential tower to...
Bentley Residences is due to begin construction in late 2022 and is slated for completion in 2026
Bentley Residences is due to begin construction in late 2022 and is slated for completion in 2026
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Bentley Residences is due to begin construction in late 2022 and is slated for completion in 2026
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Bentley Residences is due to begin construction in late 2022 and is slated for completion in 2026
Bentley Residences will be located on the beachfront in Miami, Florida
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Bentley Residences will be located on the beachfront in Miami, Florida
Bentley Residences will consist of 60 floors
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Bentley Residences will consist of 60 floors
Bentley Residences is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, in collaboration with Bentley's own design team
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Bentley Residences is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, in collaboration with Bentley's own design team
Bentley Residences
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Bentley Residences' amenities will include a gym and spa
Though most of its interior will be taken up by 200 homes, Bentley Residences will include a restaurant
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Though most of its interior will be taken up by 200 homes, Bentley Residences will include a restaurant
Bentley Residences' homes will start at US$4.2 million
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Bentley Residences' homes will start at US$4.2 million
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Luxury carmakers Aston Martin and Porsche have dipped their toes into architectural design and now Bentley Motors is getting in on the act too with plans to bring a Bentley-branded residential tower to Miami. Construction is due to begin later this year and sales for Bentley Residences Miami will open soon, with homes starting at US$4.2 million.

Details are still relatively light on the project, but we do know that it's designed by Sieger Suarez Architects in collaboration with Bentley's own design team, and is slated for the Sunny Isles Beach coastline.

While the exact height hasn't yet been disclosed, it will consist of 60 floors and will be the tallest residential tower on any US beachfront, according to Bentley. It will feature a cylindrical form and an eye-catching facade. Interestingly, it will also include some kind of car elevator, as seen in the Porsche Tower (Dezer Development is the developer behind both projects). The firm makes mention of some degree of sustainability too, but details on this are light at this early stage.

Bentley Residences is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, in collaboration with Bentley's own design team
Bentley Residences is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, in collaboration with Bentley's own design team

The interior of the building will consist of 200 luxury residences furnished with high-end materials and appliances. Each room will boast a private balcony, its own swimming pool, sauna and outdoor shower, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows showing off the views of the beachfront. There will also be several shared amenities, including a gym, a cinema, a golf area, and more.

"Built with luxury car owners in mind, each residence will include an in-unit multi-car garage and a patented car Dezervator [car elevator] alongside all the most desirable luxury amenities and world-class service," explained Bentley. "As guests drive down the sprawling driveway into the sales gallery, they will be greeted by an abstract, life-size floating speed form Bentley sculpture, which will live outside of the Bentley Residences tower upon completion. Additional information about the Bentley design integration will follow in 2022."

Bentley Residences Miami is due for completion in 2026.

Source: Bentley Residences Miami

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BlueOak
Why not? And at least it’s styling isn’t simply yet another generic looking Florida condo tower.

I am curious, tho - where did they find so much in-tamed beach front property in Miami as shown in those shots? ;-)
Username
Is it wise to put up new towers on Florida beaches ?
Erik
Well that's a horrible spot to build a new tower it's just going to get flooded when oceans rise.
Nelson Hyde Chick
And in twenty years the bottom two floors will under water.
Nelson Hyde Chick
If the developers are smart, the first two floors will be disposable and then build-out piers from what is now the third floor.
Smokey_Bear
Erik, By the time the Ocean reaches it in 200 years, it will long be demolished.
WB
Good luck with that price point and finding 200 people paying that much... and with global warming that thing will be obsolete in less than 20 years. Add a hurricane or two ..and then all those car elevators.. who would hoist a car up a high rise - might be cool but the fun stops when you got to pay for this ...
dugnology
Like Billionaire's row in Manhattan, larges swatches of London and Paris and any place that Trump builds, most of the "occupants" will be wealth oligarchs that need a place to store wealth, and no one actually lives there.