Following in the footsteps of fellow luxury car brands Aston Martin, Porsche, and Pininfarina, Bentley will also be gracing the shores of Sunny Isles in Miami with the Bentley Residences. Bentley Motors is partnering with Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects to develop the first Bentley-branded luxury residential tower in the world. Not only is it the brand’s first it will also stand at 60 stories high – the tallest ever residential tower on a U.S. beachfront. Each of the building’s 200 residences will offer unique ocean and bayside views thanks to the structure’s cylindrical form and floor-to-ceiling windows. Adrian Hallmark, CEO of Bentley Motors says, “We’ve partnered with Dezer to create a living experience that expressed the very philosophy of the Bentley brand and stays true to our vision of inspiring extraordinary journeys.”
Each of the 200 homes will also have a private balcony, sunken pool, sauna, and outdoor shower. The interiors will contain sustainably sourced materials and finishes that create a calming palate, in harmony with the external environment. Lavish interior amenities will include a gym, spa, cinema, whisky bar, and restaurant. In addition, residents will have their own private beach with cabanas. Private and beautifully landscaped communal gardens will promote a sense of calm. The Bentley Residences will also feature an in-unit multi-car garage – not surprising that Bentley would think of such a luxury.
The Bentley Residences is scheduled to be completed in 2026, with construction to begin in 2023. Bentley is keenly focused on luxury living in a sustainable environment. The Residences is being designed in accordance with the Florida Green Building Council (FLGC) certification and other environmental regulations to protect the local environment and minimize the impact of the development on local wildlife. In addition to the environmentally safe building materials that will be used, reduced coastal lighting will also be implemented to protect endangered sea turtles in the area. The building will also be engineered to reduce energy consumption.
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