Porsche Design Tower penthouse includes space for 11 cars

Renderings of Porsche Design Tower (Credit: Metrostudio) and its penthouse (Credit: Metrostudio and VIRTUAL Graphics & Animation Studio)
At Porsche Design Tower, an elevator for your luxury cars and an attached private garage may not be enough. So developer Gil Dezer is offering a new amenity aimed at car aficionados.
The penthouse, priced at $32.5 million, includes the option to store up to 11 cars – in a 3,000-square-foot car gallery (with city and ocean views) that’s connected to the four-story residence. 
Car gallery (Credit: VIRTUAL Graphics & Animation Studio). Click to enlarge.
Potential buyers have the option to use the car gallery to store seven cars on their own, or three with a living room, bar and billiard table. The 16,915-square-foot penthouse will have four bedroom-suites, 6.5 baths and two separate two-car garages.
Dezer Development broke ground on the building, at 18555 Collins Avenue in Sunny Isles Beach, in April 2013. The beachfront development offers a range of atypical amenities, including man caves and balcony plunge pools, as well as the “Dezervator,” a patented car elevator named after the tower’s developer. The elevator will hoist cars and residents up to any one of Porsche Design’s 132 condos. Check out a video of the “Dezervator” in action here.
Six units remain at the 60-story tower, which is expected to open by the end of this year. The developer is handling sales in-house, according to a spokesperson. It topped off in October.
Dezer showed off part of his luxury car and plane collection this week on CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich.”

Source: The Real Deal Miami

Gil Dezer shows off his cars and private jet: VIDEO

South Florida developer Gil Dezer has always had a fixation for things that go fast. And last night, the real estate tycoon/self-proclaimed motorhead showed off his private jet and collection of pricey super cars for CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich.”
Dezer, whose firm Dezer Development has erected several residential high-rises in Sunny Isles Beach and is on the eve of opening its Porsche Design Tower condominium, appeared on the Wednesday night season premiere of CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Secret Rich” for an inside look at the developer’s most expensive toys.
“They’re investments you can enjoy,” he said on the show.
His collection of customized Porsches is valued in the millions, and each one is painted his favorite shade of silver, according to the show. He even named his $1 million Porsche 918 Spider “Dezerv8r” after the “Dezervator” car elevator in the Porsche Design Tower.
The most expensive of the lot shown in his collection is a $1.5 million Bugatti Veyron, of which 450 were ever made.
Dezer’s prized possession, however, is his $17 million Gulfstream IV private jet. Even that received his personal touch: the whole plane is that particular silver, and he replaced all of the seats with ones similar to his Ferrari 458 Italia. Each one costs about $55,000, by the way.
“If it looks good in the car, it probably looks good in the plane too,” he told CNBC. — Sean Stewart-Muniz

Source: The Real Deal Miami