Bentley Residence Miami, with reclining chairs on terrace overlooking water bodies around Sunny Isles Beach and high rise buildings.
Bentley Residence Miami, with Bentley Home furniture on terrace overlooking water bodies around Sunny Isles Beach and high rise buildings.

Bentley Residences Miami

Luxury. Elevated.
Marco photograph of Bentley gold alloy wheel
Exterior view of Bentley Residences in Miami with 61 storeys, built near beech front.

Bentley Residences Miami

Offering uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean and intracoastal waterways around Sunny Isles Beach, Bentley Residence Miami will offer 61 storeys of modern luxury living, in what will be the tallest residential building on any US beachfront. This is Bentley Residences Miami. The building will house 216 residences, each one with incredible views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The core of the cylindrically designed building, meanwhile, will house a patented car elevator - and with an in-unit multi-car garage area with up to four spaces for each home, residents will be able to drive right up to their homes. A collaboration between Bentley, Sieger Suarez Architects and luxury property specialist Dezer Development, the building is scheduled for completion in 2027. It can be explored today, however, by visiting the on-site sales gallery at Sunny Isles Beach, Florida.

Zoomed in landscape view of Bentley Flying Spur headlights featuring crystal cut design.
Heated swimming pool in balcony of Bentley Residences Miami , over looking vast stretch of Atlantic ocean.

Transformative design

An example of this principle can be seen in the homes' expansive balconies, each with its own private, heated swimming pool in which residents can enjoy the fresh air. Throughout the development, the designers have gone to great lengths to integrate the Bentley design language. So not only will every home exhibit the same attention to detail that goes into Bentley's cars but each one will feature sustainable, locally sourced materials. Moreover, all work will comply with local environmental requirements, including the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) certification, to minimise environmental impact during the design and construction of the project.

Communal space in Bentley residence in Miami, featuring elegant furniture and ambience.
Detailed textured view of Terra Red stone veneer

A place to connect

Communal space
The lobby
The cinema
Wellness centre
Game rooms
Every aspect of the building's communal space reflects Bentley's design language, from the diamond-shaped glass panel on the façade, which evokes the diamond motif seen in the detailing on Bentley's cars, to the diamond tiles on the lobby floor.
Elsewhere in the lobby, structural pillars are veined with wood that has been ingrained with copper dust, for a metallic finish similar to that seen on Bentley’s showstopping concept car, the EXP 100 GT.
In the cinema, meanwhile, a sofa wraps around three walls – part of a design that reflects the concept of a Bentley car interior.
Deeper inside lies a wealth of shared facilities that enable the residents to meet and come together as a community. There will be a wellness centre and a spa, where residents can relax and recharge.
A games room will offer VR headsets, alongside simulators for golf and driving.
A restaurant and a cigar lounge will also feature, for relaxing in the company of friends.
Detailed textured view of Bentley's jewel cut full LED headlamps.
Exterior view of Bentley residences sales gallery, with diamond shaped glass exterior and Bentley Flying Wings badge on front.

Explore today

To give potential buyers a glimpse into the future of this unique development, a sales gallery has been created on site's private beachfront. 


Visitors are greeted by a stunning Bentley Speed Form sculpture, which is finished in a bespoke colour mixed in the Bentley paint shop in Crewe, England. Inside, the 12,000 square foot gallery includes a full-size, 6,000 square foot replica of a home, complete with garage, balcony and pool. The gallery also plays host to a stunning whisky bar, in which the bar itself has been suspended from the ceiling, so it appears to float on air. Wherever you look, Bentley home furnishing are on display - a further demonstration of Bentley's exquisite design and craftmanship.