Service with style at three new Miami properties

Robotic parking, a resident art curator and a pet spa set these pads apart

One River Point in Miami, residences from $750,000
One River Point in Miami, residences from $750,000

Service with a smile used to be a question of cucumber sandwiches and Lapsang or Earl Grey, but now Miami’s most demanding property purchasers are expecting – and receiving – significantly more. In Sunny Isles Beach, buyers at the Porsche Design Tower (www.pdtower.com; remaining units from $6.3 to $32.5m), where vehicles will be delivered to the apartment door by robotic parking, can rely on the rather more bespoke ministrations of a car concierge to assist with oil changes and tyre rotation; while, at the Rafael Viñoly-designed One River Point (www.oneriverpoint.com; from $750,000),art aficionados can turn to the resident curator to provide customised guidance on storing their Warhol or Matisse. Pet owners, too, are well served at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach (www.theresidencesmiamibeach.com; from $2m to $40m), where a dog walker and pet grooming room will keep four‑legged friends in couture condition.

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