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Miami’s Porsche Design Tower penthouse is pending sale

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Days before the grand opening

Rendering of the Porsche Design Tower penthouse in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida
Rendering of the Porsche Design Tower penthouse in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida
via Porsche Design Tower

One of Miami’s most lavish new residences is pending sale in the Porsche Design Tower penthouse in Sunny Isles Beach.

Although the price point couldn’t be confirmed for the near-20,000-square-foot unit— the developer understandably is awaiting for the the sale to go through before making an official announcement — the timing couldn’t be more perfect for Dezer Development with the ultra-luxury tower’s grand opening taking place this weekend.

Listed at $32.5 million with Luciene Cofresi, the four-floor residence features some of the most idyllic views in Miami and includes two private pools, two outdoor kitchens, two “Sky Garages,” and a 3,000-square-foot car gallery on the 57th floor intended for showcasing the owner’s seven finest vehicles. All of the auto-friendly features are customizable of course.

The circular oceanfront development at 18555 Collins Avenue is comprised of 132 units and one of Miami’s most unique amenities: the Dezervator (named after Dezer), an extremely high-tech elevator for cars, which you can see in action over here.

Other standout penthouses on the Miami Beach market include a $65 million residence at the Apogee in South Beach, a $55 million unit at Faena House, and a $39.5 million penthouse at 321 Ocean.

Aerial of a circular tower on the ocean in Sunny Isles Courtesy of Dezer Development

Porsche Design Tower

18555 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida 33160