Unwilling to surrender any ground to its competitors Porsche, Pininfarina, nor Aston Martin in the real estate game, Bentley Motors has announced its very first high-rise residential tower will be completed as early as 2026. Simply dubbed Bentley Residences, by all accounts, the marque has every intention to make a lasting – yet environmentally sustainable – impression upon Miami’s landscape.
Designed by architectural firm Sieger Suarez Architects and to be developed in partnership with Dezer Development, the 749-foot / 60-storey Bentley Residences tower will offer oceanfront views, as well as an entire suite of luxuries (obligatory from a brand such as Bentley).
In line with the current trend, as previously noted, sustainability has been kept in mind, meaning environmentally safe building materials and energy-efficient features to offset its carbon footprint, not to mention any impact on the local ecosystem.
“The modern and progressive brand identity of Bentley Residences is at work in both the tower’s interior and exterior spaces, rooted in authenticity, sustainability, and innovation,” says Adrian Hallmark, Bentley Motors CEO.
“We’ve partnered with Dezer to create a living experience that expresses the very philosophy of the Bentley brand and stays true to our vision of inspiring extraordinary journeys.”
The cylindrical structure is reportedly on track to become the tallest residential tower on a US beachfront. Housing well over 200 apartments, each home will include the following:
- in-unit multi-car garage w/ car elevator
- private balcony
- outdoor shower
… plus a whole heap of communal niceties:
- larger pool
- whisk(e)y bar
- landscaped garden
Construction for Bentley Residences – “the ultimate statement in exclusivity and privacy” – is slated to begin at Sunny Isles Beach in 2023 with an estimated completion date of 2026.