Bentley Plans 62-Story Miami-Area Condo Tower

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The high-rise aims to become the tallest coastal residential building in the country.

Rendering of Bentley Residences. Image courtesy of REALM

Luxury brand Bentley Motors, in partnership with REALM-Global, is planning to develop Bentley Residences, a 62-story condominium high-rise located in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla. Dezer Development is in charge of the project, while Sieger Suarez Architects is handling design. Expected to become the tallest coastal residential building in the U.S., the project is estimated to be completed in 2026.

The more than 200-unit tower will be located at 18325 Collins Ave. and will include three-bedroom units offering garages with acces via a car elevator, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows. All units will also offer ocean and bayside views.

The amenities, spread across three floors and encompassing more than 20,000 square feet, will include a lobby bar and restaurant with in-suite dining, a cinema, a cigar lounge, a fitness center and yoga studio, a heated swimming pool and spa center, a game room, a beauty salon, landscaped gardens and exclusive beach amenities.

Ultra-luxury experience in Miami

The luxury property will be situated 7.1 miles from Hollywood, Fla., and within 18 miles of downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale.

The Bentley Design Department is involved in the design of the property, while common-areas furnishes will be provided by Bentley Home Collection.

The Bentley Residences sales team will achieve a broader reach for prospective buyers through REALM’s elite membership program in the luxury real estate, said REALM Founding Partner Alistair Brown, in a prepared statement. Bentley Residences marks another first for the Miami market and will be a consistent game-changer in the luxury sector, said Dezer Development President Gil Dezer, in prepared remarks.

Last month, Madison Realty Capital provided $76 million in financing for The Related Group‘s District 225, a 343-unit luxury condominium high-rise in Miami.

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