Bjarke Ingels’s First U.S. Condo Is a Pair of Twisting Miami Towers

August 9, 2016   |   Architectural Digest

One of the biggest architects in the world adds his flair to the residential market in Coconut Grove 

 

Terra president David Martin joins architect Bjarke Ingels in one of the project’s unfinished residences.

Grove at Grand Bay, as the property is known, was developed by Miami-based firm Terra and is completely sold out, save for the south tower’s $28 million full-floor penthouse. Set to become Florida’s first LEED Gold–certified residential tower, the project also boasts ultraluxe amenities including two rooftop pools (out of five pools total), a pet spa, and more than a million dollars of original artworks—with pieces by Olafur Eliasson, Tara Donovan, and Nathan Mabry. The lush three-acre grounds, meanwhile, were sculpted with over 15,000 plantings by local landscape guru Raymond Jungles. (Even more outdoor space can be found at the nearby Regatta Park, which unveiled a $6 million redesign last year.) Future residents are now permitted to take ownership of their units and begin interior build-outs, with move-ins slated for the fall.

rove at Grand Bay, as the property is known, was developed by Miami-based firm Terra and is completely sold out, save for the south tower’s $28 million full-floor penthouse. Set to become Florida’s first LEED Gold–certified residential tower, the project also boasts ultraluxe amenities including two rooftop pools (out of five pools total), a pet spa, and more than a million dollars of original artworks—with pieces by Olafur Eliasson, Tara Donovan, and Nathan Mabry. The lush three-acre grounds, meanwhile, were sculpted with over 15,000 plantings by local landscape guru Raymond Jungles.

(Even more outdoor space can be found at the nearby Regatta Park, which unveiled a $6 million redesign last year.) Future residents are now permitted to take ownership of their units and begin interior build-outs, with move-ins slated for the fall.

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