april 08, 2021 - Bentley

Bentley announces the upcoming launch of Bentley residences, in partnership with Dezer Development

Press release available only in original language. 

  • Bentley Motors will launch the world's first Bentley-branded residences in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami - in #partnership with Dezer Development
  • Designed by the world-renowned architectural firm Sieger Suarez Architects and top US property developer #dezerdevelopment, the luxury residential tower has been designed in collaboration with Bentley
  • Built to suit luxury car owners, each residence will include an in-unit multi-car garage and a patented car elevator alongside all the most desirable luxury amenities
  • The tower will feature uninterrupted views of the ocean and the waterways, bringing the beauty of the outdoors into each new home
  • Sustainable materials are featured throughout, and with a focus on wellness, the residences are created to appeal to #bentley and Dezer's most discerning customers
  • Links: www.bentleyresidences.com

(Crewe, 8 April 2021) Bentley Motors is proud to announce plans to develop the first ever Bentley-branded luxury residential tower in the world: #bentley Residences. Top South Florida-based property developer #dezerdevelopment will partner with #bentley to #design and build the tower, working with the world-renowned architectural firm Sieger Suarez Architects. The project is being designed in accordance with the Florida Green Building Council (FLGC) certification to ensure maximum protection of the local environment and its wildlife.

Bentley Residences will contain more than 200 luxury apartments built for residents who expect the very best in #design and quality. The building will stand at 749 feet and over 60 stories high - a prominent figure on Miami’s Sunny Isles Beach coastline and the tallest residential tower on any US beachfront.

The development is keenly focused on luxury living in a sustainable environment. #bentley 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. Environmentally-safe building materials will be used, and reduced coastal lighting implemented to protect endangered sea turtles. The building will be engineered to reduce energy consumption.