Grove at Grand Bay is steadily selling out. The progress has been impressive but I recently came across this video by the developers and it made me fall in love with the project and Coconut Grove all over again.
I urge to spare a few minutes and watch the thoughtful process that is going into the melding of nature and construction.
I had the pleasure of attending the launch party of what will become one of the most talked about luxury condominium projects in Miami: Grove at Grand Bay. Yes, the old Grand Bay Hotel is coming down but what is going to be built in its place is absolutely fabulous.
The Developer, Terra Group, said they wanted to save the old building but the low ceilings (remember the Grand Bay Hotel was built in the 1980’s when there were different sensibilities about design asthetic) were not going to provide them with a project that they thought would be worthy of its incredible location.
Tremendous thought has gone into the design and landscaping to create a world class finished project. BIG Architects has designed the residences and amenity spaces, and Raymond Jungles has designed the property’s landscaping. The expertise of the architectural firm of NBWW will ensure faithful implementation of these designs.
According to the developers, “If there were one place you could live the rest of your life, what would it feel like? Where would it be? Life in balance is the journey and the destination.”
This luxury real estate project in Coconut Grove is going to be a phenomenal boost to our neck of the woods. I would love to share my enthusiasm with you so please contact me if you would like to learn more details including pricing and access floor plans.
Below find a summary of the features and amenities as shared with the developer:
320 feet of frontage on South Bayshore Drive
96 Residences in the community
- 59 units in the North Tower
- 37 units in the South Tower
Swimming pool on the rooftop of the North & South Tower
Swimming pool on the great lawn
- Bjarke Ingels Group in collaboration with Nichols Broch and Associates
- Collaboration between Raymond Jungles and Bjarke Ingels Group Raymond Jungles
Lobby is located at an elevation of 18 foot above sea level with 25 foot high ceilings
Second floor is first level of living with eyesight at or about 50’ above sea level
Ceiling height – 12 ft ceiling clear
Terrace depth – 12 ft deep for the east facing terraces
Gas cooking for the residence main kitchen
Electric cooking for the Summer kitchens on all residence terraces
Penthouse and Corner Residences will each receive a 2-car air-conditioned garage
Penthouse and Corner Residences will have staff quarters and bath
All other residences will receive 2 parking spaces within the garage
Private elevator for every residence