Free Tesla with every unit purchased at new condo


It’s not unusual for some high-end developments to throw in a few freebies to sweeten the pot, but one West Palm Beach, Florida project is taking it to a whole new level.

The Z Palm Beach condominium is offering a complimentary Tesla Model S with each unit. The luxe electric car costs about $71,070, according to the Tesla website.

The unique development will have just eight units starting at $2.3 million. They are expected to be open by the end of the year.

“The innovative Z Palm Beach Residences lifestyle extends to the road with a complimentary Tesla Model S,” the Z Palm Beach website says. “The car will be parked in their dedicated spot and will be titled to them to complement their residential purchase.”

While the building is just a shell now, the posh units will average 4,000 square feet under air, include private elevators, biometric security systems, a rooftop pool, wellness center, five-story atrium, solar energy and wind turbines.

Of course, charging stations for the new Tesla’s will also be available, according the Z Palm Beach website.

The developer for the project is Glozal Group. Designer Steven Gurowitz founded Interiors by Steven G more than three decades ago and now has 70 employees.

“Z Palm Beach Residences incorporates green building into spacious high tech units designed to attract international luxury buyers familiar with the legendary appeal of Palm Beach,” the Z Palm Beach website says.



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