We all are aware of the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. It was so intense that even half a million personal vehicles were destroyed during the hurricane. But to prevent Miami’s supercars from suffering the same fate during Hurricane Irma, a handful of brave folks at Porsche Design Tower have come up with a brilliant plan.
PDT developer Gil Dezer told The Real Deal last week that his 60-story tower of luxury condos will harbor 10 of Miami’s most expensive supercars. High-end companies like Prestige Imports are moving some of their vehicles, from Lamborghinis to Paganis, to this huge complex to keep them safe during Irma.
The cost entry for living at the Porsche Design Tower, located right on Sunny Isles Beach, starts at $4 million. This means only filthy rich will be able to keep their prized possession sound and safe. A full staff has been employed to take care of the parked luxury cars during the natural calamity.
This huge tower just opened in March and has been built to withstand Category 5 storms like Irma. Moreover, PDT’s main draw for car owners is the Dezervator, a complex elevator that can raise vehicles up to any condo unit, high above the waves. If you’ve extra millions in your bank account, even you could protect your expensive vehicle at this extravagant parking spot.
Check out the luxury 60-story tower in the images given below.
Image: Porsche Design Tower