Trump Hollywood

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in Real Estate, Videos | 0 comments

Located on a 240-foot stretch of prime white sand beach, this luxurious oceanfront condominium is one of the most prestigious locations on South Florida’s Gold Coast. Rising 41 stories above the shoreline, Trump Hollywood offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal and city. The views from inside are just as magnificent.

All 200 expansive residences include floor-to-ceiling windows, large balconies, private elevator access and first-class amenities beyond your imagination. From the elegant model residences by Steven G and Tui Lifestyle to the elaborate social spaces envisioned by world-renowned design firm Yabu Pushelberg, every detail is accounted for. Including the impressive two-story lobby, stunning oceanfront pool deck and beach cabanas, elaborate spa, cigar lounge, wine cellar and tasting salon.

Conveniently located in Hollywood between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, you’re just minutes from two international airports, two seaports, as well as world-class shopping at Bal Harbour and Aventura. And just steps away from Hollywood Beach Boardwalk, one of the five best boardwalks in the country as ranked by Travel & Leisure.


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Porsche Design Tower

Posted by on Sep 22, 2010 in Real Estate, Videos | 0 comments

The latest trend in luxury living is brought to you by Porsche Design Group. The Porsche Design Tower in Miami is the first condominium complex that comes outfitted with elevators that take residents and their cars right to their units.

Set in Sunny Isles Beach, the $560 million condo tower is a collaboration between Porsche Design Group and developer Gil Dezer. The 57-story tower will occupy 2.2 acres and feature 132 units, each with its own parking pad within the unit. The development will come with three robotic car elevators that will take owners and their cars right to their pads, so they won’t have to get out of their car until they are in front of their unit. Once the car is parked, residents will be able to see their car through their living room window.

The elevators employ a robotic arm that works like an automatic plank. It places the car on the elevator and delievers the resident and their car to the appointed floor, where the arm parks the car and delivers the resident to their unit. “What this is really doing is taking two technologies that have existed for centuries and putting them together,” said Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Properties. “It’s taking the robotic arm and it’s putting it in an elevator.”

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[Source: The Miami Herald]

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