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Grove at Grand Bay reaches sold-out status, prepares for opening

Renowned architect Bjarke Ingels and Terra ready to open new development to Coconut Grove
  • Grove at Grand Bay is Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ first condominium design in the country.
  • The towers are part of the first residential development to take shape in Coconut Grove in over a decade.
  • The property is close to Coconut Grove’s up-and-coming business district, which is scattered with restaurants, bookstores and new retail shops.

Terra President David Martin (left) and Bjarke Ingels / Terra Grove at Grand Bay is preparing for its grand opening and welcoming buyers who are set to move-in this fall after recently completing construction. The twisting, organic-like towers already reached sold-out status in the pre-sale phase, according to its developer. The two, 20-story glass towers represent Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ first condominium design in the U.S. and the first residential development to take shape in Coconut Grove in over a decade. Developer Terra Group brought Ingels and his studio, BIG, onto the project alongside Miami designer Raymond Jungles. Together, the team created a structure harmonious to the waterside surroundings and Coconut Grove neighborhood. “Coconut Grove is a special place with a well-defined soul, so it was important that Grove at Grand Bay respond to its community through a design that was respectful and distinctive,” Ingels said in a statement. “By creating t...