Name of Project: Park Grove
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Address: 2701 South Bay Shore Drive, Miami, FL, 33133
Number of Stories:20
Number of Units:298
Architect: OMA – Rem Koolhas
– Interiors by William Sofield
– Landscapes by Enzo Enea
Situated within the compelling grace of Coconut Grove and defined by its lavish yet fashionable style, Park Grove strikes the perfect setting for a balanced lifestyle embracing both luxurious harmony and the high-energy pace of The Greater Miami living.
The Park Grove project is set to be developed over three phases and inclusive of three residential towers, four two-story amenity buildings, an additional building that will house the fitness center and a two-story office building – designed by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture and led by award-winning architect Rem Koolhaas. With its large glass walls, 12 foot ceilings and expansive balconies, each of Park Grove’s residential units will boast a sense of connection between the indoors and outdoors that further compliment the dynamic panoramic views of its unrivaled, seaside location.
In addition to its modern design, the structures at The Park Grove also follow a design approach that is heavily influenced by the history and geography of the land upon which it is built. Henceforth, the experience, which Park Grove will deliver to its residents, has been designed to go hand in hand with the basic Grove-Style elements and idyllic cultural legacy that surround the iconic Coconut Grove neighborhood. An experience that Park Grove creates with unique amenities such as a library, indoors and outdoors yoga spaces, landscaping by Enzo Eneaand private penthouse pools and gardens.
All in all, everything within this development – its architecture, design, amenities & ambient – is perfectly juxtaposed in sync to deliver the “Ultimate in Serene Bayfront living” in the heart of Coconut Grove.
There are no schools within 3 miles radius of this location.
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