Plans For The Harbour At Historic Pan Am Base In Coconut Grove Set For Review

Revised plans to develop and restore Miami’s historic Pan Am Airways base in Coconut Grove have been submitted to the city.

Plans show two restaurants, banquet space, a public rooftop viewing terrace, and baywalk. Historic hangars will be incorporated.

Arquitectonica is the architect. Miami’s Historic & Environmental Preservation Board will review the proposal on July 2.

Grove Bay Investment Group LLC is the developer.

Construction is already underway on a garage that is being built as part of the project.

 

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

> Construction is already underway on a garage that is being built as part of the project.

Typical Miami.

Azarius
2 years ago

Right now most ppl have to drive to experience this area so a parking garage is needed to withstand the new coming traffic all garages aren’t bad smh

Anonymous
2 years ago

There are plenty of existing garages. Would be better if parking could be shared within a certain radius and one could walk the last block or two.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Stunning. Well done.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Agreed! I really hope this somehow gets fast-tracked. Long overdo for my favorite section of town. And although I never thought I’d hear myself saying it, the latest proposed designs by Arquitectonica have been fantastic. Let’s just hope the final product is as good or better than what’s portrayed in the renderings.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Grove is becoming Miami’s coolest neighborhood.

Anonymous
2 years ago

It’s always been Miami’s best.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This is going nowhere until I get my cut. When can 8 expect to receive it?

-Joe Carollo

Anonymous
2 years ago

So true! He is a disaster.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Creepy, Sleezy Joe

Anonymous
2 years ago

More parking please. Can’t get enough of it. Gotta store my car somewhere. Like don’t all of you drive?

Anonymous
2 years ago

“Miami’s Historic & Environmental Preservation Board will review the proposal on July 2.”

Just more stupid useless red tape bureaucratic bullsh*t to go through.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You’re ignorant.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Some of you people are so dumb and foolish. Don’t you know that the Miami’s Historic & Environmental Preservation Board can stop this project from happening because they think and feel that something that’s old and very few people care about is worth saving?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Pro tip: Educate yourself before making public comments, even if they are anonymous.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Instead of trying to sound like a know it all with your useless “Pro tip,” why don’t you just take apart the comment and explain where it’s wrong?

Anonymous
2 years ago

But they’ve already approved the parking deck! Super important.

Anonymous
2 years ago

There goes the Grove. That’s it for me. Time to move to Fort Lauderdale.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Bye Felicia!

Anonymous
2 years ago

LOL as if Fort Lauderdale is any better. Everywhere you go in South Florida is going to continue to be developed.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m from Fort Lauderdale and now live in the Grove. I wish we had this level of development.