Miami Developer Breaks Ground on Grove at Grand Bay
Miami-based developer Terra Group began construction on its new luxury condominium project in Coconut Grove. The two 20-story towers will twist from floor to floor, feature insane bay-front views and emphasize green space.
Terra Group's co-founders, Pedro Martin and David Martin, broke ground on a project that they say will change the landscape in one of Miami's most vibrant neighborhoods.
Located at 2675 South Bayshore Drive, condos in the twin spiraling towers will sell for $3 million and up. The view alone is worth the price tag at the Grove in Grand Bay, but there's also a long list of luxury amenities.
Residents will enjoy access to four pools, a butler who can speak multiple languages, an on-site chef, a curator-maintained art gallery and a pet spa (oh, and there's a spa for humans, too).
“Our vision was to create an eco-conscious residential project so sculptural and visually spectacular that it would become a statement for a new Coconut Grove," said David Martin. "Among South Florida’s most in-demand communities, Coconut Grove has a unique history renowned for embracing the arts and nature."
The Terra Group executives chose to work with award-winning architect Bjarke Ingels, who designed the towers using contemporary technology in order to create a unique look and style.
Central to the project's theme and design, superstar landscape architect Raymond Jungles will incorporate lush vegetation throughout the community spaces, lobby, walkways and terraces.
If you want a piece of the action, you better hurry. More than 90 percent of the units in the North Tower have sold in less than one year, according to Alicia Cervera, managing partner of Cervera Real Estate. “The north tower is almost sold out and the south tower began selling two months ago," she said to the Miami Herald.