Source: Miami Herald (link to read the full article at the end of this post).
Miami’s developers have been in the business for years, but the latest industry trend of partnering with an international brand lends to a different collaboration with creative minds that see real estate from a different perspective. So whether it’s a luxury sports carmaker or fashion mogul, labels are flocking to our skyline to create standout, sophisticated flagship properties that are captivating the world.
Porsche Design Tower – Sunny Isles Beach
The relationship with the luxury carmaker started nearly a decade before Dezer Development turned an idea to build the first Porsche Design residential tower into a soaring reality. Just like Armani is more than a clothing brand, Porsche designs much more than high-performance sports cars, including coffee makers, pens and even trains. “They are industrial designers and design on another level,” developer Gil Dezer said. According to Dezer, for a branded residence to be successful the brand needs to match the property in terms of price points, unit size and exclusive amenities. Its most striking feature, the car elevator, has been an attractive amenity for celebrities including Gucci Mane, Maluma and Lionel Messi. The Sunny Isles Beach building’s contemporary interiors echo those of the German autos with rich woods, cool metals and supple leathers, plus each unit has a private plunge pool on the balcony.
Aston Martin Residences
Hopping across the pond, the British luxury sports car manufacturer has partnered with G&G Business Developments to bring its first residential project to Miami. “Aston Martin has defined handcrafted luxury within the automotive world for over a century. We’ve translated its precision engineering and design innovation into a luxury residential property that tells a story of classic beauty and heritage. Working with a partner that shares our vision and adds value with its insight into the ultra-luxury world is incredibly satisfying,” said German Coto, CEO of G&G Business Developments. Aston Martin’s key concepts of impeccable design, craftsmanship, luxe materials and timeless sophistication will be seen, felt and experienced throughout the sail-shaped property, which is expected to be completed in 2022. The property will feature 42,275 square feet of sky amenities over four floors and a bespoke white-glove butler service for residences.
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