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Porsche Design Tower

Location information

Location: North America
Country: United States, Florida
City: Miami
Address: Sunny Isles Beach, 18555 Collins Avenue

General information

Started: 2011 year
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Completed: 2016 year
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Technical details

Height: 195 meters
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Floor count: 57 floors
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Design and construction

Architect: Porsche Design
Style: Highrise, Tower
Building Uses: residential

Porsche Design Tower, Florida

Porsche Design Tower in Miami

Porsche Design Tower

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The world's billionaires are flocking to Miami's luxurious Porsche Design Tower, where they can use an elevator for their cars.
Porsche Design Tower
For the billionaire who doesn't want to sleep too far from his sports car, the perfect home is almost ready for move in to: Miami's Porsche Design Tower.
The 60-story building on Sunny Isles Beach is the first one in the US by the famed Porsche brand, which chose this Florida real-estate playground to make its mark. More importantly, it's also the first building to contain a patented "Dezervator," essentially a drive-in car elevator.
Slated for completion in June 2016, only eight of the 132 units are still on the market — but that includes the four-level, 17,000-square-foot penthouse, up for grabs for $32.5 million. That penthouse comes with two private pools and a four-car "sky garage."
Porsche Design Tower
The buyer will be in good company, as at least 22 billionaires have already bought in. Meanwhile, regular units can display up to nine cars, with extra space available for an added purchase price. Other building amenities include a spa, a ballroom, a movie theater, and a game room with race-car simulators.
The tower is 60 stories tall, rising 650 feet on the shorefront of Sunny Isles Beach. (via MSN)
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