Bentley Residences Miami

The Bentley Residences Miami Tower Comes with an Elevator for Your Ride

When we first heard about Bentley Residences Miami’s 61-story apartment complex, there was no doubt it would be special. Opening its doors in 2026, new images of several luxurious amenities have been released to the public, with one, in particular, causing car enthusiasts to consider a move to Florida. We just hope your pockets are deep enough.

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Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

The auto manufacturer has partnered with Dezer Development – whose branded portfolio includes the Porsche Design Tower and Residences by Armani/Casa. This will be the first time Bentley has stepped into the world of real estate, and as you’d expect, they’ve brought a host of innovative features worth highlighting.

The residences will offer an incredible car elevator with room for up to three or four vehicles per apartment. Dubbed the Dezervator, this lift transports cars and passengers from the road to your residence, eliminating the need to walk through the front entrance like a pleb. When riding in the Deservator, the lower parts of the elevator shaft are enclosed with glass and provide panoramic views of the building’s communal areas. The glass also allows your most prized possession to serve as a statement piece inside the home.

Not only do these unique garages provide private and secure storage for your whip, but it offers seamless access to your home. You’ll save time with parking – which is critical as most owners will be high-flying Miami business bros with not a moment to spare. Best of all, you’ll no longer have to make eye contact with valets (yuck), instead chucking that would be tip money in your crypto wallet.

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Each residence has been furnished by Bentley Home and designed by Sieger Suarez Architects, embodying the spirit of the renowned car brand. The homes will range from 5,500 to 6,000 square feet, not including the penthouse, which is around 29,000 square feet and has an 11-car garage. Prices will start at USD$4.2 million per unit and will range north of USD$50 million for the penthouse.

Each unit will have its own pool, balcony, outdoor shower and more. As for shared amenities, highlights include a spa and wellness centre, indoor and outdoor gym with ocean views, pet spa, 14-person movie theatre, full bar and restaurant, game room with VR technology (including golf and driving simulators), cigar lounge and private Bentley Beach Club.

To request a virtual tour, head to the Bentley Residences Miami website. Check out more images below.

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

Bentley Residences Miami

Image: Dezer Development

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