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Grove at Grand Bay, with its twisting, dancing glass towers that allow for panoramic views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, is striking design by Bjarke Ingels, one of the world’s most exciting architects. The two buildings are low-density, with 98 spacious, custom homes featuring 12-foot-high, floor-to-ceiling glass and 12-foot-deep terraces. The living here is sustainable—the towers are the first LEED gold-certified buildings in Miami-Dade County. They are also the first buildings that twist in the U.S. And on the topic of firsts, these are the first new high-rise residential buildings in Coconut Grove in a decade. Beautiful? Absolutely. But it’s so much more. Ultimately, the architecture comes second. Just as form should follow function, your home should support your unique life. Grove at Grand Bay emphasizes livability—it’s design in the service of life.
“What architects should do is make the world a little bit more like our dreams, in a very practical way.” This is the mission of Grove at Grand Bay’s architect Bjarke Ingels. What are your dreams?
Realize them. At Grand Bay.