Sunny Isles Condo Gaining a Reputation for Its Unique Innovations

One Sunny Isles condominium that hasn’t even been completed yet is making a name for itself because of its innovative parking garage, according to a recent article in The Miami Herald.

The $560 million tower in Sunny Isles Beach features an elevator that carries both the driver and the car to their condo.

The Porsche Design Group from Germany, as well as one local developer, worked together to create the unique condominium complex.

Continue reading to learn more about this unique innovation, and why it’s expected to be a high-demand South Florida residence once it’s complete.

South Florida Luxury Condos

When it’s complete, the Porsche Design Tower will be a 57-story luxury condominium situated on 2.2 acres at 18555 Collins Avenue.

The community will feature 132 units, ranging from 3,800 to 9,500 square feet.  Prices on these luxury homes may be as high as $9 million.

As for the community’s unique parking situation, the tower will feature 284 robotic parking spaces and three elevators. The innovation will give residents an awe-inspiring view of the South Florida landscape as they’re carried at a fast clip up to their home.

Elevator rides are expected to last anywhere from 30 to 45 seconds.

Residents living in smaller units will be allowed two parking spaces and those living in larger ones will be allowed four.

Investing in Sunny Isles Real Estate

The proposed Porsche Design Tower is just an added bonus to living in Sunny Isles. After all, this impressive South Florida community already has a lot to be proud of.

Known as the City of Sun and Sea, this city is brimming with luxury amenities, including:

  •  The famous Sunny Isles Pier
  • Water sports on the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean
  • High-end shopping venues
  • Lushly landscaped community parks

What’s more, its convenient location on a barrier island in Northeast Miami-Dade County puts residents within just a short distance of even more attractions in neighboring communities.

Your Sunny Isles, Florida REALTOR

I’ll keep you posted as this new Sunny Isles condominium moves through the development process.

And if you’re an interested home buyer, I recommend you check out some of the existing Sunny Isles residential communities, including:

If you see a community you like and would like to learn more about it, then contact me, Scott Patterson.

I’ll be happy to tell you about available listings and answer any questions you might have!

Until next time,

Scott

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South Florida has much to offer from cultural diversity, fine dining, beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, great weather and the best boating in the US. We are surrounded by water and there is no better way to take advantage of Sunny Florida than owning a piece of premier South Florida waterfront real estate. The Intracoastal waterway shaped South Florida and made it the boating capital of the world “America’s Venice” and navigating the waterway offers the best way to see South Florida from a different perspective.

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Thinking of Buying a South Florida Waterfront Property?

What you should consider when thinking about buying a home in South Florida?

1. Are you a boater or are you considering purchasing a vessel in the near future?

2. What is the water depth at the property? The deeper the better and easier it will be for larger vessels to navigate since they usually draw more water. I recommend a minimum of 5 feet low-mean tide. Be sure you know – “What’s the draft of your vessel or future vessel?”

3. Are there any fixed bridges in your area you will be navigating? If so, what is the clearance/height at high tide? Many times fixed bridges are tall enough for about any vessel to get by.

4. Location to the ocean cut, in other words how far will it take you if you have a vessel to get out to the ocean via the inlet.

5. How wide is your dock and the canal, will the length of your dock meet your vessels overall length? Also, typically the wider the canal the more privacy you will have.

6. Is the property located in a wake zone or no wake zone?

7. For the most part, South Florida properties offering open water views have the steepest price tags for obvious reasons like the alluring views and privacy but are not always great in terms of docking your vessel at the property due to the rough seas & wakes from other vessels.

8. Does it have a dock with the correct services: 30, 50 or 100 amp service, water, cable and telephone?

9. Most importantly, is your seawall and dock deeded to your South Florida property?

Owning a Piece of South Florida Paradise Can be Yours!

All and all you almost can’t go wrong buying waterfront properties in the South Florida communities of Aventura, Golden Beach, Hallandale, Hollywood and Sunny Isles. It is one of South Florida’s biggest draw and with no more land being created, it is truly owning a piece of paradise. Money goes to Water!

Are You an Avid South Florida Boater?

What other features or characteristics would you add to this list?

Thanks for the feedback!

Scott