Think of Porsche and high-octane performance cars immediately spring to mind, but the iconic company’s prestige design division, Porsche Design Group, is flying high with big prices and sales in the luxury real estate market.  It seems that the world’s billionaire buyers can’t wait to soar above the Atlantic while sitting in their cars rising 600 feet per minute on the way to their private garage outside their living rooms. In just a little over one year, the 132-unit black glass Miami, FL building is almost sold out. According to Ruggiero Messina, vice president of the building’s international sales, there are only 12 homes left, ranging in price from $6 million to $32.5 million for the penthouse.

The Porsche Design Tower is the first of its kind anywhere in the world where each condo unit has its own car elevator. According to Dezer, over 20 billionaires have purchased homes at the Design Tower. “You don’t have to leave your car until you are inside your apartment,” said Juergen Gessler, CEO of Porsche Design Group.

There is a lot more to Porsche than car elevators. Such as an expansive beachfront pool deck with lounge seating and beachside cabanas, plunge pools and summer kitchens. Games and fun including virtual golf simulator, four-car interconnected virtual race simulator and a movie theater with stadium seating for 25 guests. Also 24-hour concierge, security and valet services, private restaurant with outdoor seating and lounge bar, state-of-the-art spa, fitness center, hair salon, ballroom equipped with bar and catering kitchen and a 10,000 square foot oceanfront space ideal for displaying museum-quality, collectible automobiles. And, of course, the Atlantic Ocean at the Design Tower’s back yard.

Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles is about one-third complete and almost sold out. Only 12 units left out of 132 with completion date in 2016. Priced from $6 million to $32.5 million.



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