Coconut Grove >> Park GrovePRECONSTRUCTION       
Park Grove
Coconut Grove, Fl
end 2016/early 2017
Waterfront: Yes

Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove
Park Grove Condo in Coconut Grove





3 Towers

23 Floors

250 total units.

To be Completed Fall 2016 and Early 2017

Pricing $1,100/$1200 per Sq.Ft.

Given that life and art have always been inextricably linked in Coconut Grove, it follows that Park Grove, the area's most dynamic project to date, would be conceived by some of the world’s foremost artistic thinkers. Led by Rem Koolhaas, Rotterdam-based architectural and design practice OMA (the Office for Metropolitan Architecture) has been shaping the global conversation around architecture and urbanism since its founding in 1975. Today, Koolhaas and partners like Shohei Shigematsu — who oversaw the project at Park Grove — continue to shift the very paradigms they helped create.

Park Grove represents a singular opportunity to own a home in the finest - and final - building in Coconut Grove. In addition to its unrivaled location just off Biscayne Bay, Park Grove constitutes a unique artistic achievement, rendered by some of the world’s greatest living architects. Koolhaas and Shigematsu, both active faculty members at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, are known for their unique ability to rethink architectural norms and re-imagine the boundaries of the possible. As the author of the hugely influential Delirious New York and S,M,L,XL, Koolhaas is a Pritzker prize winner who has changed the face of architecture with iconoclastic projects like his Prada Transformer in Seoul, South Korea. His trailblazing CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, China, re-wrote the rules for what a skyscraper could and should be.

Shigematsu has been equally audacious in his projects, which have included the National Museum of Fine Arts (Musée National des Beaux-Arts) in Quebec and Milstein Hall at Cornell University. He has also led a number of collaborations with leading international artists. He worked with hip-hop artist Kanye West to create a seven-screen pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival, masterminded a studio renovation for Chinese artist Cai Guo Qiang, and designed the Marina Abramović Institute for the Preservation of Performance Art in upstate New York.

Typically preferring large-scale public projects, OMA rarely works on commercial developments. But Koolhaas, Shigematsu, and their talented team specifically chose Park Grove as their first commercial residential project in the United States. Coming from the world’s most discerning architectural minds, this is not an insignificant gesture. In Park Grove, OMA saw an opportunity to create not merely a residential development, but a work of intense intellectual rigor. As such, residents of this building will be living in an unprecedented space conceived by some of the world’s leading creative minds. Koolhaas and Shigematsu are more than architects; they are conceptual artists, which is precisely why Coconut Grove is the ideal place for them toexpress their groundbreaking vision.

Though Miami does not lack for luxury towers, the buildings at Park Grove symbolize a clear departure from the developments happening elsewhere in the city. Here, OMA assiduously studied the history and geography of the land, and designed three towers that respond to both. Although these structures are undeniably modern, their organic forms seem to grow upwards from the earth. In this sense, they both reflect and respect the unique landscape on which Designed by a world-class team of leading architects, designers, and developers, Park Grove marries inventive modern design with the area’s rich cultural legacy, creating an ambiance that is as luxurious as it is relaxed. From its residences to its amenities and club, Park Grove offers the ultimate in serene bayfront living.

Given Park Grove's incredible location right near the bay, the towers are strategically oriented to provide sweeping sea and city views from every residence. From the ground floor to the penthouses,

Park Grove offers a unique perspective from each level. Residents might gaze over leafy treetops to the bay, or be able to see all the way to downtown Miami. The towers are carefully designed to afford dynamic panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. From withinthe towers, the life of the bay — picturesque ships, breaking waves, passing clouds, fiery sunsets — becomes an integrated part of being at home. The residences' private balconies and large glass walls provide a sense of connection between the indoors and out, and the ocean becomes the natural backdrop for life.

Beyond the individual units, Park Grove's common spaces — decks, gardens, lounges, event rooms — also offer dramatic views of the bay. So whether residents are catching an early sunrise, gazing out to sea at midday, or having cocktails as the sun sinks below the horizon, far-reaching vistas are an integral part of daily life.

Coconut Grove has long been a community that welcomes and supports artists, and with the introduction of high-profile events like Art Basel, Miami has become an art-world destination. Within this environment, it is fitting that artists like Koolhaas and Shigematsu would want to leave an indelible mark on Coconut Grove. In a way, this is the logical perpetuation of an artistic cycle that began long ago. At Park Grove, the partners at OMA have done more than create design-forward towers — they've created dynamic sculptures that will live at the heart of the unfolding Coconut Grove story.


  • 24-Hour Concierge and Valet Service
  • Nautical Themed Concierge for Booking of Yachts, Boats, Sailing Lessons, etc.
  • Butler Service
  • Private Business Center with Meeting Rooms
  • Lush Landscaped Gardens
  • Sculpture Garden
  • Artwork by Notable Sculptors and Artists
  • Lobbies and Amenity Area designed by William Sofield
  • Luxurious Pool with Private Cabanas
  • Bayview Dining Room for Private Events
  • Dedicated Penthouse Pools
  • Wine Cellar and Wine Lockers for Residents
  • Indoor /Outdoor Yoga Spaces
  • Large Conference Room /Boardroom with Video Conferencing Capabilities and Integrated Media Systems
  • Library
  • Fitness Rooms, Reception, and Mail Room for each Residential Tower
  • Storage for Bicycles and Watercraft
  • Residents' Lounge for Events
  • Children's Indoor and Outdoor Play Area Private Screening / Media Room
  • Adult Gaming Room including Billiards and Table Tennis


  • Interiors designed by William Sofield
  • Italian Cabinetry with Glass Doors and Stone Countertops
  • Sub-Zero / Wolf Appliances
  • Private Elevators
  • 12 Ft. Ceilings


  • Club to be Accessed by all Park Grove Residents
  • Curated Events and Speaking Appearances by Top Leaders in diverse Industries, Private Musical Performances by acclaimed Artists, Private Movie Screenings, and Epicurean Events
  • Concierge Services
  • Large Dining Area and Full Service Kitchen with acclaimed Chef Library /Lounge Area
  • Social Spaces
  • State-of-the-Art Fitness Center, including:
  • Top-of-the-Line Fitness Equipment and Free Weights
  • Private Training Rooms, including Yoga, Pilates, and Spinning Studio Spa with Personal Treatment Rooms, Steam, and Sauna
  • Men's and Women's Locker Rooms
  • Amphitheater Outdoor Event Space

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