Opening soon in Coral Gables is the brand new Grove at Grand Bay on the site of the old Grand Bay Hotel in Coconut Grove. The project is being undertaken by Bjarke Ingels, who use unique, modern architecture techniques to take advantage of natural light to create a welcoming, energy efficient structure. Ingels has made sure that Grove at Grand Bay will be the first LEED Gold-Certified building in Miami-Dade County. The buildings will be two twin, twenty story spiral glass towers with the landscaping by Raymond Jungles, who plans to bring dense Floridian vegetation back to the 3 acre site.
Grove at Grand Bay will be a five-star, state of the art complex with first-class amenities. The buildings will feature 96 condominiums with 12 ft ceilings with floor to ceiling windows around the building. This is met with 12ft wide terraces that run the full length of most units that come complete with outdoor kitchens. Grove will also have an exclusive rooftop pool deck with an infinity pool and private cabanas with breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and the Coconut Grove skyline. It also will have butler services, 24 hour security and even an on-site chef. Condo prices start around $3 million.