Look Inside A Unit At Twisting Towers Of Grove At Grand Bay

From outside, the twisting towers of Grove at Grand Bay are striking. What is it like to be inside?

Since August, over 60 units have closed at the 98-unit complex. Buyers include Aztec Group’s Ezra Katz, who just closed on a 5,000 square foot unit this week.

Units are being delivered decorator ready (buyers will have to install their own floors). Residents of the property enjoy private elevators, 12-foot ceilings, high-end appliances and butler service.

Below are photos of unit 604-N, a 2 bedroom unit with 1,226 square feet and no water views. It is listed for resale at $1,385,000 (the owner closed on the unit for $899,900 in late August.)

 

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Ilovearchytecture

Who could be more ……..,,,(can’t find the right word to describe) the flipper paying 899 900$ for the unit and asking for that 1,385,000 or the potential buyer paying for it
Nice view of west grove for almost 1.4 million!!!!!

The flipper took a time machine back to 2006!!!

The buyer will only have money left to install laminated floors from the Grove never welcomed Home Depot

William

Two curiosities, how did they get the ok for the outdoor grill? Is it propane? and….. is the garage so small they worried that cars would exceed the proper lengths? A complete box around the entire space…? Seems odd.

Anonymous

all units have the grill (In other property photos they are showing)

Marc

You call that a grill? It looks like someone took a counter-top electric “grill” and put it outside. What a half-ass attempt.

Mondocondo

Matches the attempt at a usable balcony

Ilovearchytecture

The outdoor grill will melt the plastic balcony divider

Anonymous

Such pedestrians – they are ‘summer kitchens’

Ilovearchytecture

Lucky buyer… 1.4 million will have a nice view of a building rooftop!

Anonymous

Just me ir the balconies are way to skinny

Marc

Welcome to Miami

Anonymous

ridiculous balcony space….if developer provides this space they should just forget the balcony and increase living area

Ilovearchytecture

That apartment is to small for that large Landry room, or that is the laundry room for the entire floor?

The outdoor grill is going to melt the plastic divider that separates the balconies in “high end buildings” like Millecento and this one!

Anonymous

if you look at the kitchen picture above the laundry picture, you can see the laundry sink in the back to the right.

Ilovearchytecture

Does anybody know what is the cone shape concrete structure on picture number 4.?

Looks like a piece of column from the next door apartment souronded by cheerock walls

Mondocondo

Precisely, the old column coming out of the wall. Every decorators nightmare

JJBlaze

Looks like a nightmare squeezing any furniture in those walkways.

Anonymous

$1,130 per Square foot in Coconut Grove with that view does not make any sense in 2016. With that view, not even in Brickell makes sense.

Anonymous

Yawn.
Boring.
View sucks
Tired styling
Buildings are not striking unless you are directly below them. From a distance they just look like mistakes from the ’60s.