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Porsche Tower Miami

  • August 21, 2013
Ines Hegedus-Garcia

You have to love the enthusiasm and excitement behind The Porsche Tower Miami.  I do love the fact that there will only be 132 owners "that will call Porsche Design Tower Miami home", but need to tell you the questions we've been getting.

Question:  Do you think Miami is ready for this technology?

Miamism:  Absolutely!! If any city is ready for something different it is Miami, hands down!

Question:  Why Sunny Isles Beach?

Miamism:  As much as I'm not a huge fan of the area, it's North Sunny Isles, and we're talking about a Gil Dezer Development which historically has a great reputation.  As much as we would love to see this building in South Beach, we have a lot of foreign nationals that don't want SoBe and want to be further north - this would be a great option.  Either way, whoever buys here is not buying for location, is buying for The Porsche name.

Question:  Will it sell?

Miamism:  It is already selling and they are not even in pre-construction!! UPDATE: construction has begun!

So do us a favor, if you are remotely interested in the project, give us a call and we will arrange a private appointment for you to really detail The Porsche Tower Miami, its amenities and it's living flexibility.

Take a look at our in-depth analysis with photos and design break-down:

Remember our team is ready to help you with your Porsche Tower Condo Purchase or sale and of course surrounding condos as well. Call us for details 305.758.2323 or
Condo Name:  Porsche Tower
Architecture:  Porsche Design Studio
Developer:  Dezer Properties
Location:  18555 Collins Av - Sunny Isles

 **published Oct 11, 2012



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