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Plans revealed for Bentley Residences in Florida, world’s first Bentley-branded tower

A highly anticipated Bentley Residences is currently being developed at Florida’s Sunny Isles Beach and is due in 2026. But until the tower’s debut, the development partners, Bentley Motors and Dezer Development have announced several attractive amenities. Virtual reality tours are also available, along with a 6,000-square-foot model unit to showcase the apartments and communal spaces.

Bentley Residences in Florida is designed as a 62-story skyscraper with a unique cylindrical structure, which will rise to 749 feet. Thereby making a bold entry as the tallest residential building on a US beachfront and the world’s first Bentley-branded tower. The skyscraper is designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, a team known for its work on Dezer Development’s Porsche Design Tower.  

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Design plans for the Bentley Residences in Florida

The development will feature 200 units starting at $4.2 million, which will be furnished with several exceptional amenities. Residents will have access to a whisky and cigar lounge, spa, cinema, cabanas, as well as a restaurant with private dining.

However, one key feature of the residential tower will be the car elevator, dubbed the Dezervator. The  Dezervator’s unique design will enable the drivers to access their apartments without needing to step out of their cars. In other words, the residents may never have to walk through the front entrance of the building.

All units at Bentley Residences will have personal Dezervators to transport the residents and their cars to the desired floor. The hydraulic system of the Dezervator is designed to grip a car by its tires and pull it up using a robotic shuttle system. Thereafter, the car will be parked at a designated garage that is directly linked to the owner’s apartment.

The Dezer Development President, Gil Dezer, mentioned that the owners of collector cars buy them as pieces of rolling art. Therefore he said it’s only befitting that they view their cars through a glass wall separating their garage and living quarters. Dezer also pointed out that the adjacent garage would contain four parking spaces and EV charging stations.

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