Introducing the Residences at Park Grove, Miami’s Most Recent Architectural Feat

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Coconut Grove—Miami’s original neighborhood inhabited since the late 1800s—is now the recipient of the most cutting-edge architectural feat the city has ever seen. Park Grove is a dual-tower residence designed by OMA and Rem Koolhaas, with interior design by William Sofield, and landscape design by Enzo Enea. The luxurious residence, featuring resort-style living is only for the world’s most elite.

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“Inspired by Florida’s Barrier Islands, the residences’ organic forms both respond to the surrounding landscape and enhance it,” explain the designers. With multiple venues for swimming, including an infinity-edge rooftop pool and unparalleled 360-degree views of the surrounding area—both constructed and natural—Park Grove seamlessly blends man-made design with the beauty of the Biscayne Bay and the lush, tropical landscape.

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Each of the two towers boasts state-of-the-art fitness facilities, including private training rooms (such as a Pilates room and spinning studio), indoor and outdoor yoga spaces, and a spa with personal treatment rooms, steam rooms, and saunas. Multiple pools, unlimited cabanas, several indoor and outdoor lounges and bars, a dining room that can be reserved for private events, a billiards room, and a screening and media room, are just a few of the luxurious amenities offered to residents. A 24-hour concierge service, valet, and butler assure the need of each resident is met promptly and with the utmost consideration.

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Photos courtesy of Park Grove.

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