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OMA and Rem Koolhaas designed Park Grove's three waterfront luxury towers as a reflection of Biscayne Bay's barrier islands and beautiful blue waters, merging modern style with nautical escape elements to capture Coconut Grove's innovative, laid-back vibe and its status as a world-class artistic community. Of all the luxury apartments in Miami, Park Grove is perhaps one of the most elegant projects. The building features flowing shapes that mimic nature's undulating forms, such as the sunken amphitheater built into one of the amenity decks, which also serves to light the surrounding area. These curvatures that are incorporated into every detail of the construct allow for dynamic, enhanced views of the ocean and expansive balcony space, while the outer placement of support columns frees up room inside for open, spacious layouts. Wood and concrete accents and finishes highlighted by lush interior and exterior landscaping are found throughout the 5-acre private garden setting, which includes a 2-acre sculpture park.
The balance between escaping from and connecting to Miami's world-class cosmopolitan scene is one of the biggest draws for the building's residents. Homeowners can experience resort-style living in a lush, natural neighborhood while only minutes from the sophistication of this international city. One of the most enticing draws for Park Grove homeowners is the world-class educational system in Coconut Grove, which includes 7 elite private schools. Adding to the interest is the luxury towers' location on the last free plot of waterfront land south of downtown, in the Grove's idyllic setting overlooking the magnificent Atlantic Ocean.
This focus on organic living in an incomparable resort-like environment has attracted top leaders in healthcare, as well as sporting elites and creative thought leaders interested in making their homes in a well-established community centered around artistic enterprise and the yachting lifestyle. The incredible location, luxurious setting, and focus on world-class holistic amenities make the towers a coveted property for investors both locally and around the globe who understand the value of a development that offers the area's best educational, recreational, and holistic wellness opportunities.
Park Grove features one to five bedroom residences and penthouses that range from 3,700 to 7,500 square feet for the 71 units at One Park Grove, 2,232 to 2,917 square feet for the 68 units at Two Park Grove, and 750 to 1,350 square feet for the 152 units at the Club Residences, with the option to combine residences. The private, idyllic community centered around ecologically sound living and creative opportunities has attracted families and single buyers at a wide selection of price points who are looking for primary and secondary homes, as well as investors seeking the prime waterfront property and ideal tranquil setting that is close to the epicenter of Miami's most vibrant districts.
Light wood finishes, white walls, and oversized private terraces greet residents at Park Grove. Only the most exclusive elements are included in each space's design. William Sofield's kitchens and baths are constructed from the finest Italian cabinetry and stone countertops. Sheer curtains that seem to float are meant to mimic the sails on a boat and are a nod to the community's nautical lifestyle, while floor-to-ceiling glass windows capture the stunning views of Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove, and the gardens below. The soft lighting allows for a more organic natural feel within each residence, and artwork and art books create strong accents that help enliven the spaces.
Eat-in chefs' kitchens feature Sub-Zero and Wolf Appliances, while bedrooms showcase ensuite bathrooms with his-and-her vanities. Energy efficient glass is installed in every home and has helped elevate the residences to LEED status, which is one of the most sought-after environmental recognitions in the world of design.
One of the residents' favorite aspects of living at Park Grove is its focus on elevating creative thinking through fun social events, displays, and interactions. The building showcases enriching collections of artwork throughout its open spaces and private rooms by a number of talented sculptors and painters. There is also an outdoor amphitheater that plays host to entertaining theater productions, lectures, and musical performances, and a private media room for film screenings. The wine tasting room and private dining rooms were created to bring residents and families together in an enjoyable, intimate environment.
The building's impeccable design and services also provide residents with the ability to relax and unwind in one of the most tranquil settings in Miami. Five hundred feet of bayfront pools and decks dot the property, and amenities also include a specialized "nautical" concierge service dedicated to assisting homeowners with securing yacht and boat rentals, purchases, lessons, and more. Perhaps the most talked about the benefit of living at this residential complex is the immense expanse of green spaces, which cover over 40,000 square feet of interior and exterior gardens and were designed to help residents to boost their mind-body wellness.
The serene artistic community of Coconut Grove, also known as "the Grove", has been home to such iconoclasts as author Tennessee Williams, business tycoon Howard Hughes, and poet Robert Frost. As the oldest neighborhood in Miami, it has a thriving social scene centered around its outdoor cafes and restaurants, yachting and nautical adventures, and enchanting local shopping boutiques and malls. Beautiful outdoor recreation spots dot its idyllic landscape, including the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Barnacle Historic State Park, which features its own mangrove forest. It is also just 7 miles from the world-class entertainment, culture, shopping, and recreation of downtown Miami, 10 minutes from Brickell Financial District, and only 20 minutes from the glitz, glamour, and natural beauty of South Beach and Key Biscayne, making it appealing to those who want the best of both worlds.
Rem Koolhaas is a founding partner of the world-renowned OMA firm, which he co-founded in 1975. He is one of the rare leaders in architecture who started his career writing about the field, rather than building in it. His high level of understanding drew the attention of established designers who encouraged a career switch. After receiving his architectural degree from London's Architecture Association School in 1972, he went on to establish an impressive portfolio of widespread contemporary designs. His successes include The Netherlands Dance Theater in The Hague, an educational epicenter at Utrecht University, and France's high-speed urban train center, the Euralille. Mr. Koolhaas has been a Harvard University professor since 1994 and has written a number of books, including the critically acclaimed Delirious New York. In 2014 he and his firm combined forces to begin work on Park Grove, which is the team's first commercial-residential development in the United States.
Located in the artistic, eco-friendly, and historic Miami community of Coconut Grove on the former site of the Grand Bay Hotel, these twisting twin towers boast their own stylish design that gives the appearance of engaging in a dance. They are the first residential buildings in Florida to have gold certification for their sustainability initiatives, and the 95 spacious homes at 2669 and 2775 South Bayshore Drive begin 50 feet above the breathtaking Biscayne Bay waters below.
Located at 175 SE 25th Road, the 135 residences in this coveted 47-floor tower, set in the heart of the residential Brickell Waterfront neighborhood, boast quick access to bike paths, hiking trails, and public parks. With 200-feet directly on the Biscayne Bay's cobalt blue waters and yacht-inspired living spaces designed to maximize the stunning Miami vistas, this luxury development's 2020 delivery date is eagerly anticipated.
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Situated just 10 minutes north of downtown in the bustling neighborhood of East Edgewater, this 57-story luxury boutique tower is the only one of its kind in the community. The 100 refined homes feature classical contemporary designs, while the building offers an on-site health club and an elegant owner's lounge. Its location bordering the Wynwood Arts District, the Design District, Midtown and Downtown, and Miami Beach also make it an ideal place to call home.