The Porsche Design Tower Miami is the first residential real estate project of Porsche combining the distinctive and distinguishing features of the brand: functional design, technical innovation, forward-thinking and iconic style. The 60-story tower’s most unique feature will be a patented, revolutionary automobile elevator lift system – “The Dezervator” – that whisks both residents and their vehicles up to their luxurious home in the sky.
“The functional design, which encapsulates the DNA of the Porsche Design brand, will accompany the residents in all areas of their daily life and will enable them to live a unique and innovative experience, which is characterized by the blend of function and technology,” says Jan Becker, CEO of Porsche Design Group.
Especially with regard to the automated car elevator system the Porsche Design Tower Miami is unquestionably exceptional. The complexities of the car lift system presented a host of first-of-a-kind challenges for the involved developer and engineers. By successfully overcoming them, the “Dezervator” has not only brought parking technology to a next stage of evolution, it has re-shaped condominium living, with the ability to have your vehicle literally at your front door. The automobile lift system is only one of the tower’s luxurious amenities, which also include plunge pools and outdoor summer kitchens on the balconies of almost every unit. This is a first in Miami and is a feature typically reserved only for the most elite penthouses.
Dezer Signature Brands a subsidiary of Dezer Development, has a master licensing agreement with Porsche Design. Dezer Signature Brands specializes in co-developing luxury high rise residential and condo-hotel developments with marquee lifestyle brands. The company partners with prestigious globally-recognized brands to develop unique condominiums at some of best addresses in the world. Gil Dezer, owner of Dezer Signature Brands, is one of South Florida’s most accomplished businessmen and also one of the largest oceanfront property owners in Sunny Isles Beach. The Dezers own just over 27 acres of prime oceanfront property including 2,100 feet of beachfront between 158th Street to 191st Street along Collins Avenue, arguably one of the largest holdings of beachfront property owned and developable in the state of Florida.