The Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach in Miami will have a unique feature when construction is completed. Three elevators will transport vehicles straight to garages in each condominium in the luxury development.
Residents will be able to drive up in their cars and remain seated inside while they are transported to their units. Three robotic glass elevators will carry cars and passengers while providing sweeping oceanfront views.
A resident will pull in and turn off the vehicle’s engine. A robotic arm will lift the car and place it into the elevator. The elevator will then transport the vehicle to the desired floor, and the robotic arm will park the car in the unit’s garage and leave the resident in front of the front door. The patented system is called the “Dezervator.”
The ride will last about 45 to 90 seconds. Units will have two to four parking spaces. There will be a total of 284 robotic parking spaces. Residents will be able to see their cars parked in their garages from their living rooms.
Germany’s Porsche Design Group and luxury condominium developer Gil Dezer collaborated on the design. The Dezer Development Group has worked with Donald Trump on eight very successful luxury condominium developments in South Florida.
Porsche Design Tower will be a 60-story building with 132 luxury condominiums. It is situated on 2.2 acres of beachfront property. Residences will have three to five bedrooms and 3,800 to 9,500 square feet of space. The top four floors will have a four-story luxury penthouse. Each residence will include an oceanfront terrace with a private pool and summer kitchen, spacious open floor plans, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The tower will be one of the tallest oceanfront condominium developments in the United States.
Groundbreaking began in April 2013. Construction is expected to be completed in mid 2016. Almost 85 percent of the units in the building have already been purchased. Residents will include 22 billionaires from around the world.