World’s First Bentley Residences Coming To Sunny Isles, Tallest Ever U.S. Beachfront Tower

Miami is getting the world’s first ever Bentley residential tower.

The Bentley Residences Miami will be built in Sunny Isles by Dezer Development, with Bentley Motors as a partner, the automotive company announced today.

The tower will become the tallest ever built on a beachfront in the U.S., rising over 60 stories and 749 feet above sea level. Dezer has already obtained height approval from the FAA.

The new Bentley tower will also feature a car elevator similar to the nearby Porsche Design Tower, allowing owners to drive directly to their units.

Each of the over 200 residences will have a multi-car garage, Bentley said.

“Partnering with Bentley Motors, a true global luxury brand and being able to create another first in the Miami marketplace is an extraordinary opportunity,” said Gil Dezer, President of Dezer Development. “With Bentley Motors, together we will create something inspiring, powerful and iconic – a true game-changer when it comes to luxury living.”

Construction is expected to begin in early 2023, with completion in 2026.

Sieger Suarez is the architect.

 

The Bentley tower would rise just south of the 649-foot Turnberry Ocean Club and the 649-foot Porsche Design Tower, surpassing each by about 100 feet (photo from 2018):

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Anonymous
3 months ago

I’m still waiting on my budget Toyota residential tower

Anonymous
3 months ago

Melo please build it

Anonymous
3 months ago

Melo asks for BMW prices for Yugo buildings.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Well, the Downtown 5th Towers are almost ready.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Melo got you covered in downtown.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Understand why wealthiest buyers are choosing Surfside. Much more livable place. Sunny Isles is a pedestrian nightmare. Individual buildings are beautiful; together they form an imposing, out of scale wall.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Dezer is pouring as much concrete as he can so all these billionaires can blow money on their 3rd and 4th homes before the beach erodes within a generation…

Anonymous
3 months ago

He should pay to re-nourish the beach

Anonymous
3 months ago

Can’t blame dezer for cashing in while he can, but it’ll be interesting to see how erosion affects this stretch of beach over the coming decades…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Lots of geologist and prophet experts on this page…

Anonymous
3 months ago

The same as it has since the beginning of time.

Anonymous
3 months ago

They will just dredge sand from the ocean and dump more onto it

Anonymous
3 months ago

Another doom and gloomer

Anonymous
3 months ago

“together they form an imposing, out of scale wall”

They all seem to be in scale to me. Face it, your pockets aren’t deep enough to afford anything in that area.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That area is but ugly and you look out your window or a bunch of fast food restaurants on the other side of the street no thank you

Anonymous
3 months ago

Not only can’t you afford a condo in one of those buildings in Sunny Isles, you can barely write a sentence in English.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Neither can you afford one, plus he’s right about looking out at Burger King and the Chevron station

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ I’m not crying about an “out of scale wall” there nor am I whining about “fast food restaurants on the other side of the street.” I never understood why anyone who can’t afford to live on Sunny Isles Beach would waist time writing comments about what he or she doesn’t like about the place as if someone has a gun to their head and forcing them to come up with the money to buy a condo there. Maybe you can understand bs like that but I don’t.

Anonymous
3 months ago

BS…. I lived in SIB for 5 yrs…. not all of SIB is affordable only to millionaires genius, ever actually been there? …. there’s better in South Florida oceanfront… people dont wanna pay mega bucks to be across the street from Burger King and Chevron

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ “people dont wanna pay mega bucks to be across the street from Burger King and Chevron”

Son, I remember when there was nothing but little dinky motels and no more than two story hotels on Sunny Isles Beach. But I’m not gonna waste my time giving you a scenario of how the place used to be and what it used to look like, decades before your little paltry five years of living there. Now, what some people don’t wanna pay and what some people are paying are two different things. You keep thinking while these developers keep building more and more beautiful towers in Sunny Isles Beach.. okay?

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ Sh!tbag, go check your diaper. If you lived in Dade and Broward back when Sunny Isles Beach was nothing but “motel row,” then an old toothless quack like you had to move before the place started costing more to live in and changing for the better.

Anonymous
3 months ago

So that means the person cannot express their opinion
,?

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ Are you saying no one has the right to voice their opinion about about another person’s opinion?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yeah those condo ramps sloop right into the sidewalk and people have to dodge cars

Anonymous
3 months ago

pedestrian nightmare…..perfect to prevent spring breakers and memorial day crowds

Anonymous
3 months ago

Recent death of young boy…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Brand beach alive and well…dezer laughing straight to the bank!

Azarius
3 months ago

They all the same height like a wall lol

Anonymous
3 months ago

Thanks to the FAA, stop letting the government over reach blemish Miami

Anonymous
3 months ago

Uh, the article said “The Bentley tower would rise just south of the 649-foot Turnberry Ocean Club and the 649-foot Porsche Design Tower, surpassing each by about 100 feet.”

Reading is fundamental ya know.

Azarius
3 months ago

again they are all about the same height forming a Wall

Anonymous
3 months ago

You probably see nothing but trees blocking the view of a forest also.

Azarius
3 months ago

Lol nope I got VIEWS lol of Downtown Brickell Coconut Grove and Miracle Mile and Downtown CG 😂 nothing buts skylines 😝

Anonymous
3 months ago

Wish you were in downtown 🙁

Anonymous
3 months ago

I hear ya… Sunny Isles Beach gets all the beautifully designed towers while mainland Miami gets stuck with Arquitectonica bs.

Anonymous
3 months ago

because there are no homeless in sunny isles

Anonymous
3 months ago

Uh?.. are saying homeless people will prevent architects in an Architect Firm from designing noteworthy towers?

Anonymous
3 months ago

they will discourage big developers from building in areas with lots of homelessness

Anonymous
3 months ago

Aston Martin about to top off, what you talking bout willis?

Anonymous
3 months ago

And Melo bs.

Anonymous
3 months ago

I saw those lots sit empty for twenty five years and over before The Melo Group brought and built residents on them.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Even Arquitectonica’s towers on the beach are good, like the ones they built a generation ago downtown. This tower is by Sieger Suarez, who designed crap like BrickellHouse and Centro.

Anonymous
3 months ago

When and were are they going to build the Chevy Tower?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Opa Locka

Anonymous
3 months ago

By the way, it should be WHERE

Anonymous
3 months ago

Typo

Anonymous
3 months ago

Downtown Miami.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Chevy Melo.

POLO
3 months ago

Nothing new here, looks like the Porsche Tower only 100 FT taller.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Exactly I am not phased

Anonymous
3 months ago

You’re also not rich…

Anonymous
3 months ago

You’re probably the Suarez, lol!

Anonymous
3 months ago

^ And you’re probably not rich, lol!

Anonymous
3 months ago

I live at Trump Tower, long live our dictator, LOL!

Anonymous
3 months ago

And it’s beautiful…

Anonymous
3 months ago

Half the people in the Porsche Tower have their views already blocked. Imagine paying 10/20 M for a view of a wall.

Anonymous
3 months ago

I call that urban city living….

Anonymous
3 months ago

The owners call that losing their views and the lowering of their property values.

Anonymous
3 months ago

That’s the beauty of being an owner, you can always sell. Lebron James sold his house and he didn’t get what he was asking for it but believe me, he got millions from the sell of it.

Anonymous
3 months ago

…can you sell at a profit after your prized view gets ruined?

s.k
3 months ago

Yeah, I’m sure the SLS Lux units facing East will get a big discount after their water views are now blocked, not only by another residential building, but by a concrete wall.

Azarius
3 months ago

This isn’t surprising at all. Don’t hate or love it. I would like to see new development on the west of A1A. New development around the bay.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yeah funny area, all towers on the east of A1A and mostly one story retail and stripmalls on the west of A1A in this area.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Blame the residents who vote for that.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Meh, sorry. Looks too similar to the Porsche design tower. Still think Aston Martin residences is slated to become the best branded tower in Miami; it already looks stunning and it’s not even 75% finished.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Regalia is the #1 building, bar none in a Sunny Isles
Complete wrap around terraces on every floor, give you the optimum views, and
The building has the best location, not sandwiched in with other buildings.

I need a winning lotto ticket!

Anonymous
3 months ago

Except always problems. Last week they were ripping up the valet area for the 5 th time

anonymous
3 months ago

ive lived in sib for 11yrs. in my opinion they are destroying the area with these mega buildings . i cant stand it and neither can most residents. how much is enough? how many commissioners are paid off for these greedy companies to build and build with no regard to traffic, quality if life and the environment!

Anonymous
3 months ago

You might’ve lived on Sunny Isles Beach for eleven years but you write as if you didn’t get pass the fifth grade.

Diver Down
3 months ago

Design looks like a hair curler. Not particularly interesting in the preliminary rendering.

Anonymous
3 months ago

At least it’s not a hairpin.

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol….

Anonymous
3 months ago

Is should be forbidden that any firm responsible for anything like 50 Biscayne try to attached their name to Bentley.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Call it whatever, it is still a cement tower. Dress up beautifully, but still a condo.
I love them, but I wouldn’t pay a hefty premium because the name Bentley, Porsche etc is on the front.

Anonymous
3 months ago

You couldn’t afford to live in the Dollar store tower so why does it matter?

Anonymous
3 months ago

lol…

Anonymous
3 months ago

How do people spend all that money and not get a coveted oceanfront view?
The side units on the Porsche face the neighboring buildings so close, that you can toss a football
back and forth to your neighbor facing you, from window to window on every floor!
We’re these Porsche owners told that néw construction would eventually block their views completely?? These owners spent all that money for what ?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Yeah.. those poor 1% uber wealthy owners. Life shouldn’t be so unfair…

Anonymous
3 months ago

The more, the better. Keep building these towers.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Poor Porsche building…. 1/4 of their views is blocked.
But If you don’t own the land beside you, they should have known something was going to go up in that empty space.

Anonymous
3 months ago

The name of this tower is not very original, it will bring more confusion. Miami Beach has other 3 buildings named Bentley. Bentley Bay, Hilton Bentley and Bentley South Beach.

Anonymous
3 months ago

People lost millions at Porsche tower. Every re sale was a loss

Anonymous
3 months ago

Porsche tower has horrible resale

Anonymous
3 months ago

Why ? Are the elevators not working ?

Anonymous
3 months ago

yeah curious why, source?

Anonymous
3 months ago

Beautiful neighborhood. From one side luxury apartments and from the other side strip malls. Unique.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Let’s hope it’s not managed by Bramen . They suck

Anonymous
3 months ago

I agree, it should be forbidden.

Anonymous
3 months ago

as you drive up the road, try to see ANY ocean at all. Even if you were high enough, you could only get quick glimpses as the buildings are pushed together. Yes it does create a ‘wall’ of buildings, because they are in fact pushed so close together.

Imagine if they were on the other side of the street and the beach side was all beach up to the road so EVERYONE could enjoy the beach.
(like ft lauderdale). But these are built to create exclusion beaches. You have to walk around them if you can find public alley access.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Poor baby….

Anonymous
3 months ago

Cylinder buildings result in poor floor plans and inefficient use of space. Dezer should learn from porsche mistakes. Oh and make sure to put in a service elevator and private foyer.

Anonymous
3 months ago

Enough already!!!

Anonymous
3 months ago

this looks like the opus proposed tower near downtown miami from back in 2004

Gorgtem
2 months ago

In NYC heavy reliance on ultra luxury buyers created virtual ghost towns out of swaths of Manhattan with stores and restaurants having to close due to nobody living there for most of the year. Should build for regular Miami residents and not ultra rich who are like prostitutes and go where the next fad is.

Anonymous
1 month ago

What a nice ArX Solutions rendering !!!!!! Congrats