Inspired by the artistically sophisticated and ecologically friendly Coconut Grove community, the twisting twin 20-story towers of the Grove at Grand Bay rise gracefully above the indigo blue Biscayne Bay waters and Miami skyline, giving the appearance of a perfectly synchronized dance. Located on the site of the former Grand Bay Hotel, which was once the epicenter of Miami's celebrity and business cultures, the buildings' unique ultra-luxury amenities and next-level environmental features have helped bring the site back to its bustling heyday. It has already attracted unprecedented attention from long-time Miami residents and international clientele seeking a tranquil yet vibrant resort-style home that's close to the city's sophisticated downtown corridor.
In a nod to the community which inspired its designs, architect Bjarke Ingels made a promise to "re-grove the Grove" and has done just that by adding nearly 500 native trees and over 15,000 plants to the 3-acre private property, which is highlighted by serene water features, community gardens, and 5 lushly landscaped pools that all create a sense of living in Eden. One of the most dramatic designs of Miami new construction projects, the buildings' twisting designs have opened up space for optimal views of the stunning outdoor panoramas and allowed for one-of-a-kind room placement customization. Beautiful and sustainable architectural innovations have combined to garner the creative team ultra-exclusive Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, a first for Florida residential buildings.
One of the biggest draws for Grove at Grand Bay residents is the world-class access to Miami's cosmopolitan scenes and the equal ability to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life among the Grove's lush natural settings. This has enticed homeowners eager to experience an ultra-luxury resort lifestyle that's situated in a community renowned for its elite private schools, thriving
Unprecedented views of the Biscayne Bay, Miami skyline, Key Biscayne, and 3-acre private landscaped gardens are the hallmark of the Grove at Grand Bay homes. Every detail is centered around providing residents with the ultimate comfort, convenience, design flexibility, and holistic mind-body balance.
Contemporary colors fuse with magnificent organic materials at the Grand Bay Residences, and top-end features abound. European-designed kitchen cabinetry is set against select Miele appliance suites, and the bathrooms showcase statuary marble floors and walls with teak wood accents. The homes are highlighted by generous 12-foot deep wraparound terraces that all include summer kitchens, and the 12-foot floor-to-ceiling glass and East-to-West flow-through design further accentuate the stunning outdoor panoramas.
Private elevators run to each residence for the ultimate in ultra-luxury living, and the units' innovative designs ensure that they are completely customizable. Select corner units even come with their own climate-controlled two-car garages.
With 98 three-to-five bedroom homes ranging in size from 2,500 to 11,000 square feet, Grand Bay's spacious contemporary residences appeal to buyers interested in flexible sizing options that deliver top-level comfort and amenities. Primary and pied-à-
The organic family vibe and celebrated artistic scenes of Coconut Grove are reflected in Grand Bay's community gathering spaces. The curated private art gallery maintains an elite selection of contemporary works, while the serene rooftop pool incorporates coral reefs and other natural elements into exquisite designs to provide residents with an immersive Miami resort experience. The indoor dining room and outdoor event space each feature an on-site personal chef for catered galas, while the residents' lounge, club lounges, and library all offer more intimate spaces for social gatherings. There's even a meditation garden surrounding the grand lawn swimming pool where groups can come together to relax and rejuvenate under the stars.
The amazing appeal of the historic Coconut Grove community comes from its tranquil, laid-back artistic vibe and forward-thinking ecological features meant to inspire all five senses. It is home to breathtaking and idyllic natural spaces such as the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Barnacle Historic State Park, as well as celebrated cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and a vibrant world-class yachting and nautical scene. The neighborhood's idyllic appeal is also generated by its close proximity to some of the city's best recreational, cultural, shopping, and entertainment districts: it is less than 15 minutes from downtown Miami, the Brickell Financial District, and the Design District, and just 20 minutes from South Beach and Miami International Airport.
The ultra-luxury amenities at these 135 waterfront homes in the Brickell Financial district include private boat slips, a dedicated 3rd-floor amenity terrace, and exclusive access to Key Biscayne's Grand Bay Club. The homes overlook the beautiful Biscayne Bay at 175 SE 25th Rd and are set for a 2020 delivery.
These 52-homes at 3034 Oak Avenue are situated in the historical Coconut Grove community of Miami and feature ecological designs and amenities. They provide a laid-back, balanced luxury lifestyle that includes a rooftop terrace with a social lounge, a courtyard pool, and bright open interior spaces showcasing custom materials meant to reflect the natural environments of the neighborhood.
Merging art with architecture, this iconic building's 62-stories of sensuous curves form into 83 unique, super-luxury homes in the heart of downtown Miami. Located at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard, the residences feature a rooftop helipad, 4 levels of exclusive amenities, and one-of-a-kind homes where no two floor plans are exactly alike.