Set for completion in 2026, the Bentley Residences project based in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami promises to be one of the premier beachfront properties in the state of Florida. The design of the residential tower is headed by veteran Bentley designers Brett Boydell and Chris Cooke, a creative pairing that will see Bentley Residences constructed with the meticulous attention to detail and luxurious accommodations that have become synonymous with the Bentley Motors brand.
Partnered with the Miami-based Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects, Bentley Residences marks a multifaceted effort from some of the field's leading professionals. Though the project includes a diverse range of talents, the end result will entail a cohesive and comprehensive representation of the Bentley Motors' mission statement — to provide innovative craftsmanship that stands as the best in its class.
Speaking on the project, Bentley Product and Lifestyle Design Manager Chris Cooke said, “We have applied the same attention to detail that goes into our cars into this very building. Each space is different, but with distinctive Bentley design cues styled harmoniously throughout.”For residents, the harmonious elements of the tower will be reflected in its seamless integration of outside-inside living, as well as accommodations that allow for both private and social atmospheres. Each residence will feature an impressive balcony just beyond the interior floor-to-ceiling glass wall, an area elevated by a personal swimming pool and some of the best ocean views Miami has to offer.
Inside the residences, the spacious, open living area will feature a gourmet kitchen and hand-crafted Italian furniture that will mimic the finishes and unmatched comfort of Bentley Motors’ vehicles. The tower’s communal areas will be constructed with the same deft hand — a cinema, whiskey bar, cigar lounge, and a private restaurant are just a few of the amenities that will make every day at Bentley Residences feel like a vacation. With a newly opened sales gallery offering insight into the soon-to-come Bentley Residences, prospective buyers will have the chance to witness the spirit of the project — a combination of masterful design and a thoughtful selection of materials in every square inch of the tower. Bentley Motors has made a point to ensure that as much of the tower as possible will be constructed from locally sourced materials, a decision rooted in quality and sustainability. The tower will largely feature natural materials including wood, leather, and glass, this particular combination embodying the key elements found in every Bentley Motors vehicle.
“I think it’s the approach to every element within the Bentley Residences which gives that feeling of harmonious and inspiring design. This runs throughout everything from the materials, to the colors, and the richness of all the execution is synonymous with what you would find in our cars,” said Brett Boydell.
For more information on Bentley Residences and its accompanying sales gallery, visit the project’s website here.