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Construction Progress At Koolhaas-Designed Park Grove (Photos)

Construction Progress At Koolhaas-Designed Park Grove (Photos)

Park Grove is nearing completion, with the first two towers now set to open in Q1 2018, according to the developers.

Park Grove’s development team—a collaboration between Terra and The Related Group—is largely responsible for its unique aesthetic and concept. This is the first time that these two powerhouses are working together and each brings extensive experience in the worlds of art, design and luxury. The result is a property featuring a huge Jaume Plensa sculpture, artwork by Michele Oka Doner, incredible views of Biscayne Bay, interiors by Meyer Davis, custom kitchens and baths by William Sofield and an amenities program curated by the famous lifestyle expert Colin Cowie. The development’s 50,000 square feet of amenity space will include a 28-seat private screening room, a restaurant concept from James Beard-winning Chef Michael Schwartz, outdoor amphitheater, wine tasting rooms with private wine storage and poolside cabanas. Residents can reserve access to everything by the simple touch of their concierge app, or they can check out the nautical concierge for help booking sailing lessons, jet skis, yachts and more.

Architecture is by Pritzker Prize-winning OMA/Rem Koolhaas. The lead on the project, Shohei Shigematsu, was inspired by the surrounding greenery, which is a common theme throughout the project. The façade features faceted columns and glass, allowing for ample natural light to come into each residence.

 

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Will have beautiful views of marina.. I wish I could afford a unit for myself.

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I like it. Beats Blargh Ingel’s twisted boxes which replaced a far more iconic building which should have been renovated instead.

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Anonymous

Looks 1980s dated…

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Anonymous

LOL, good. 1980s buildings like the Southeast Financial Center and Centrust Tower are better than most buildings built this boom combined. Clean and sleek, as opposed to cluttered and bulky.