Bentley’s Miami tower lets residents drive into apartments

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British luxury car maker Bentley says four car lifts in its 61-storey “Bentley Residences” tower in Miami will let all residents drive straight into their apartments.

The “Dezervator” lifts, named after project developer, Dezer, will carry drivers to in-unit garages.

Each apartment’s garage will have electric charging points and room for up to four cars.

The 749 ft tall Bentley Residences was designed by architect Sieger Suarez.

Adrian Hallmark, Bentley Motors’ chairman, said: “The modern and progressive brand identity of Bentley Residences is at work in both the tower’s interior and exterior spaces, rooted in authenticity, sustainability and innovation.”

The Bentley Residences is due to open in 2026. Units will be available from $4.2m.

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  1. This building already looks dated.

  2. How many car elevators will there be? Considering 4×60 = 240 cars max, if 20 cars at least need to leave at the same time, how long will they wait? What about working and taking kids to school hours? Coming back from work , at least 120 cars together.. really? I better pay that for a mansion..

  3. How ridiculous and unnecessary.

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