September 8, 2015 | Architectural Digest
Grove at Grand Bay
A pair of twisting 20-story towers by Bjarke Ingels make up the 98-unit Grove at Grand Bay condominium project, set to be completed by Miami developer Terra Group by the end of the year. Located in Coconut Grove, the buildings will feature 12-foot ceilings and panoramic views of the nearby marina. Amenities include five pools (including two on the rooftop_, a pet spa service, a fitness center, and an art gallery.
For his firm’s first residential project in the U.S., renowned architect Rem Koolhaas of OMA devised this Coconut grove complex with his partner Shohei Shigematsu. The 5.2-acre parcel comprises three 20-story luxury towers and will also host a 3,500-square-foot eatery by Miami restaurateur Michael Schwartz and a sculpture park by Enea Landscape Architecture.