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62-Story Bentley Residences Breaks Ground At 18401 Collins Avenue In Sunny Isles Beach

Dezer Development has initiated construction on the Bentley Residences, the first-ever Bentley Motors branded residences worldwide. Situated at 18401 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach, this 62-story development occupies a 2.37-acre site along the beachfront. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects with interiors by Michael Wolk Design, the 749-foot-tall tower is set to house 216 luxury units, with over 40% already sold. The tower’s design reflects Bentley Motors’ distinct elegance and sophistication, showcased through unique glasswork and diamond-shaped panels. Douglas Elliman and Dezer Platinum Realty spearhead the marketing and sales campaigns.

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Iconic 62-Story Bentley Residences Set to Break Ground This Year, Unveils Partnership with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing

Anticipation is building for the forthcoming construction of Bentley Residences, a groundbreaking Bentley-branded residential tower set to grace the shores of Sunny Isles Beach. Scheduled to break ground later this year, the tower has unveiled a strategic partnership with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, a move aimed at amplifying this opulent beachfront condominium’s sales and marketing endeavors. This dynamic collaboration, combined with Dezer Platinum Realty’s leadership as the building’s lead brokerage, has rapidly propelled Bentley Residences to the forefront of Miami’s real estate scene following its sales debut in early 2022. The ingenious auto-inspired concept, conceived by Dezer Development, has sparked substantial interest, heralding a new era in Miami’s real estate horizon. The forthcoming construction milestones, including the imminent demolition of the existing site and the eagerly awaited groundbreaking, will fortify Bentley Residences’ positioning for success.

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New Exterior Renderings Surface For 63-Story Bentley Residences In Sunny Isles Beach

Dezer Development (Dezer) has released new exterior renderings for Bentley Residences, an upcoming 63-story residential development slated to become the tallest building in Sunny Isles Beach and the tallest on a beachfront in the United States. Designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved the tower to rise 749 feet above sea level. It is planned to yield 216 units paired with an extensive amenity offering and a car elevator designed to take residents to their doorstep while seated inside their cars. YIMBY first reported on the project in April 2021, when Dezer announced the collaboration with Bentley Motors to replace the Days Hotel by Wyndham Thunderbird Beach Resort at 18401 Collins Avenue.

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Dezer Development Announces Launch Of 12,000-Square-Foot Sales Gallery For Bentley Residences In Sunny Isles Beach

Dezer Development and Bentley Motors announce the launch of a 12,000-square-foot sales gallery for the upcoming Bentley Residences, a 749-foot-tall ultra-luxury condominium tower designed by Sieger Suarez Architects set to be constructed at 18401 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach. The first phase of the $10 million sales gallery is set to debut later this month as the developer wraps up construction, located just a short walk away from the site future tower at 18325 Collins Avenue and prepped to include a full-scale 6,000-square-foot model of a unit at Bentley residences, a theatre and a brokers’ lounge. Bentley Residences will stand 62 stories over the Sunny Isles Beach ocean front and will yield 216 luxury residences, soon to take the crown for the tallest residential building on a beachfront in the United States.

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Dezer Development Seeks Site Plan Approvals For 62-Story Bentley Residences In Sunny Isles Beach

Additional details have been unveiled for Gil Dezer’s Bentley Residences, a branded luxury residential skyscraper planned in collaboration with high-end auto-maker Bentley Motors to rise at 18401 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach. Dezer Development is seeking site plan approvals and transfer development rights (TDR), and the application, which will go before the city’s Planning Department today, has identified that the tower will rise exactly 62-stories and approximately 745-feet after subtracting the elevation of the property…

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