The perfect combination of art, design and lifestyle amenities, Park Grove is housed within three beautiful towers in the heart of Coconut Grove. The development is a collaboration between Terra Group, The Related Group and world-renowned architecture firm OMA, led by Rem Koolhaas. “We also brought together additional top talent including design firm Meyer Davis, Landscape Architect Enzo Enea, Designer William Sofield and Chef Michael Schwartz,” says David Martin, Co-Founder & President of Terra Group. Born in Miami and raised in Coconut Grove, Martin attended the University of Florida, where he earned a law degree. “My father, Pedro, and I co-founded Terra when I was 23 years old, so I’ve been involved in real estate development my entire career,” he says. “Developing in Coconut Grove is special to me because I’m a resident, my company is based in the Grove, and my kids go to school in the area. Watching Park Grove and our nearby Grove at Grand Bay development come to life in my childhood neighborhood has been incredibly rewarding.” As President of Condominium Development for The Related Group, Carlos Rosso leads the condominium and international development divisions overseeing all aspects of development, sales and marketing. “As with any project, the most fulfilling part is completing the vision and working with a great team,” he says. “When we look at Park Grove in particular, what started as an intense design competition has been actualized into a work of art. It’s an incredible feeling, and we’re looking forward to delivering One Park Grove early next year.” The development offers buyers completely open floorplans, a beautiful 5-acre park, a full-service spa, a nautical concierge, museum-quality art throughout all common areas and much more — all in one of Miami’s most sought-after and beautiful neighborhoods; Park-Grove.com.
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