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Miami Digs: Park Grove

Posted by in Uncategorized | June 12, 2014

Park Grove

Building on Coconut Grove’s rich tradition of upscale Bohemian living, PARK GROVE strikes a balance between Downtown Miami and serenity.

With its lush natural beauty, artistic legacy, and world-class schools, The Grove has long been one of Miami’s most desirable neighborhoods. At Park Grove, every element—from architecture and art to landscape and interiors—exists in perfect harmony with the surrounding area.

At home, residents will enjoy world-class architecture by Rem Koolhaas and OMA, elegant modernist interiors by William Sofield, and inventive landscaping by Enzo Enea. From their bayfront homes and private gardens, they will be able to escape Miami’s irresistible energy. At Park Grove, the best of haute living—boating, high culture, a vibrant society—meets a relaxed artistic sensibility, making this a place where community is valued, but privacy takes precedence.

PARK GROVE

Park Grove consist of 3 distinctive residence towers designed by the award winning architect Rem Koolhaas offering 12 foot ceilings, Sub Zero and Bosch appliances and will be delivered completely finished. Floor plans feature flow through residences and expansive wraparound deep balconies.

Neighborhood: Miami Real Estate
Developer: Terra Group and Related Group
Interior Design: William Sofield
Arquitect: OMA Rem Koolhaas and Shohei Shigematsu
Landscape: Enzo Enea

Building on Coconut Grove’s rich tradition of upscale bohemian living, Park Grove strikes a thoughtful balance between direct access to downtown Miami and a sense of serenity and separation. With its lush natural beauty, artistic legacy, and world-class schools,
The Grove has long been one of Miami’s most desirable neighborhoods.

At Park Grove, every element—from architecture and art to landscape and interiors—exists in perfect harmony with the surrounding area.

Earlier this year, the Terra Group, known from the other ultra luxurious Condo in the Grove “Grove at Grand Bay“, partnered up with the Related Group and acquired the last waterfront parcel in the Grove. They sponsored a design competition in which teams of high-profile architects had to present their artistic ideas of what to create on the 5.4-acre parcel. The winning design, by OMA,(the Office for Metropolitan Architecture/Rem Koolhaas) shows six slender towers with floor-to-ceiling glass and unimpeded views of the water.

As this parcel in the Grove is the last high-rise development site that will ever be built in Coconut Grove, the Terra Group wanted new and fresh ideas. Pedro Martin of the Terra Group said: “OMA’s design was excellent as it relates to having unique residences, maximizing views and connecting to nature.”

Features of new Coconut Grove Waterfront Condo (subject to change)

two to three residential towers (Typically, an architect’s original proposal is not what gets built, and this development is no different)
Units ranging from 2,500 Sq.Ft to 3,500 Sq.Ft
1 or 2 Units per Floor
Floor-to-ceiling glass
Unimpeded views of the water.
Prices from $2 million to $4.5 million.
Penthouse units will be larger and have higher prices.
Private elevators
Openings so that light comes in from everywhere — maximizing not just the view but also the light
Interior Design by William Sofield
Landscape Architecture by Enea
two-acre sculpture park, and smaller
one- and two-story buildings to house dining rooms, wine rooms, racquetball, lap pools and spas.
These amenities are geared toward primary-home buyers.
The developers are also spending $2 million to create a sales office, designed by Mr. Sofield, that will double as a showroom for the finishes and appliances that will be in the units. They hope to begin marketing the project early next year.

For more information text or call Michael direct at 305-467-7204 or email at michael@zilbert.com

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