Take a first look inside Park Grove
The haute, 297-unit three-tower complex Park Grove has been completed, at least the first two buildings: Two Park Grove and the Club Residences. The final tower, One Park Grove, will be completed by October of next year.
The lobby of Two Park Grove, a 23-story tower, is wooden with stylish seating in tasteful shades of taupe, remitting to Florida’s sandy beaches. Around common areas, you will stumble in a multimillion-dollar collection of contemporary art pieces and installations personally curated by the founder of Related Group, Jorge Pérez.
Terra Group, along with Related Group, paid $55 million for the 5.2-acre site in 2013, which included the Coconut Grove Bank headquarters. The famous architect Rem Koolhaas and his firm OMA designed the three-tower complex alongside with local partner Arquitectonica. Meyer Davis designed the interior, while William Sofield signed kitchen and bath.
With an extended list of amenities, the residents will experience something between home and resort with any service you could envision including a rooftop pool deck, a five-acre garden landscaped by Enzo Enea, a restaurant by Michael Schwartz of The Genuine Hospitality Group, a sauna and steam rooms, a private screening room, a wine tasting room, spa treatment rooms, children’s play areas, yoga spaces and a fitness room.
The final tower will have 54 units ranging from a $4 million three-bedroom to an $8 million apartment with five bedrooms, 6½ baths, and a wraparound balcony.
Approximately 24 units are listed by flippers for resale on the MLS, price varies. One of the units is 19D for sale at $4.1 million:
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