By Cervera

Grove at Grand Bay

Presents luxury and style from a bygone era wrapped in a thoroughly contemporary package

About Grove at Grand Bay

The storied Coconut Grove neighborhood has long been known as an important hub of Miami life. Boasting former residents as dazzling and varied as Tennessee Williams, Alexander Graham Bell, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, and Robert Frost, Coconut Grove’s history is bursting with culture. The new Grove at Grand Bay aims to keep that culture thriving and vital. Refreshingly contemporary and understatedly chic, Grove at Grand Bay presents the opportunity for a life that’s both inspired and inspiring. 

Grove at Grand Bay will feature two twenty story curved glass towers.  The North Tower is available first with 57 residences and then the South Tower with 41.  

2 Towers, 3 acres, 7 pools, 98 homes, 254 Distinct Views, 300 Feet Tall, 469 trees, and 15625 Plants 


Building Overview
  • 3 + Acres (1.25 hectares)
  • 307 feet of frontage on South Bayshore Drive (100 meters)
  • 98 Residences - 57 Units in North Tower, 41 in South Tower
  • Developer Terra Group
  • Building architecture by Bjarke Ingels Group in collaboration with Nichols, Brosch, Wrust, Wolfe + Associates
  • Interior Design by Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Landscape done in Collaboration between Raymond Jungles and Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Advanced building-wide technology
  • First LEED Certified Residential Building in South Florida – ‘Green Building”
  • Service elevator
  • Private elevator access to residences
  • Storage areas
Building Amenities
  • Swimming pool on the rooftop of the North & South Tower
  • Glass enclosed tennis court and outdoor event space
  • Children's playground
  • State-of-the-art wellness and fitness center with skilled personal trainers
  • Private chef
  • Event Catering
  • Chauffeuered Car Service
  • Pet Grooming Services and Dog Walkers
Evolutionary Design - Terra Group teamed with celebrated Danish architect Bjarke Ingles, of Big Architects, to bring modern luxury to Historic Coconut Grove, Miami's oldest neighborhood.
Residence Features
  • Ceiling height - 12 ft ceiling clear (3.7 meters high)
  • Glass height – 12 ft high by 4 ft wide sliding glass doors and curtain glass walls
  • Terrace depth - 12 ft deep for the Bayfront terraces (3.7 meters deep)
  • Gas cooking for the residence main kitchen
  • Electric bbq for the Summer kitchens on all residence terraces
  • Residences over 4,000 sqft (370 m2) will each receive a 2-car air-conditioned garage
  • Penthouse and Corner Residences have staff quarters with bath
  • Private elevator for every residence

Floor Plans