Porsche Design Tower Miami

Porsche Design Tower Miami

The Porsche Design Tower Miami has come to life

Porsche Design has teamed up with Florida and New York based Dezer Development to open the first Porsche Design skyscraper in a class of its own in Sunny Isles Beach – the Porsche Design Tower Miami. With 60 floors, 132 residential units and a total height of around 200 meters, the tower is a milestone for the luxury lifestyle brand for men, founded by Professor Ferdinand Alexander Porsche in 1972. Porsche Design is creating an unmistakable architectural and engineering masterpiece representing Porsche Design’s first foray into residential real estate. The landmark Porsche Design Tower Miami reflects the brand’s hallmarks of functional design, technical innovation, forward-thinking and iconic style. Undeniably striking from the outside, the 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. 

Luxurious home in the sky

The building sets innovative new standards in the luxury apartment market with its unusual design and the integration of a specially developed and patented car lift. The cylindrical tower, with its glass exterior, will provide residents with spectacular views through floor to ceiling windows. In order to ensure the highest level of security and privacy, cars will act as keys to the apartments. Using one of three car lifts, residents can stay in their cars to reach their own private garage, one of which is integrated into each apartment, only separated from the living area by a large glass wall. Apart from the two to four "Sky Garages", every apartment also has a pool and outdoor kitchen on the balcony as standard.

Facts and figures


  Total height: 198 meters
  Diameter: 40 meters
  Floors: 60
  Residential units: 132
  Size of units:  390 - 1.579 sq m
    Number of car lifts:   3  
  Location: Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, U.S.A.                  
  Start of construction: 2013
  Completion: 2017