‘Wellness Focused’ Residences In The Grove Planned With 174 Units, Groundbreaking 2023

Plans have been submitted for a residential project in Coconut Grove.

Residences in the Grove is planned to rise five stories and include:

  • 174 residential units
  • 22,070 square feet of commercial
  • 344 parking spaces (all in the basement)

The Malone Hotel on the site is planned to be demolished

Terra and AB Asset Management are the developers. Arquitectonica is the architect, with the design featuring a coral rock facade.

In a statement to the SFBJ, the developer said the residences would be “wellness focused,” with construction planned in 2023.

The design is completely as of right, with no waivers being requested from zoning code, so the developer should get a quicker approval.

The Urban Development Review Board is scheduled to review the proposal on September 21.

 

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Anon
2 months ago

Love this – Grove needs way more rentals walking distance to all the restaurants.

Anonymous
2 months ago

And more condos.

Azarius
2 months ago

Should be about 10-12 stories

anon
2 months ago

Agreed, this should be taller

anon
2 months ago

would zoning allow?

Anonymous
2 months ago

I disagree this is the perfect transition from the taller buildings along Bayshore. They need more projects like this lining 27 and grand Ave all the way to us 1

Anonymous
2 months ago

Funny, people on here want to abolish height limits while complaining about parking requirements and not following Miami21, which literally calls for transition zones.

Plato
2 months ago

I’m an individual thinker who thinks that Miami 21 is horrible. Please do not characterize me as “people on here”

Ted
2 months ago

Nope. Perfect size. Taller is not always the better.

Azarius
2 months ago

Agree but with 300+ buildings across the street and a need for housing the small increase in units would help with local businesses as well help provide more housing

Anonymous
2 months ago

Shorter is not always the better either.

And what is the meaning of a “perfect size” building.

Anonymous
2 months ago

“Wellness focused ” it’s to make the units even more expensive.

original dune movie
2 months ago

luxury prices with hallways that smell of musty yoga mats and matcha tea lattes..

Anonymous
2 months ago

Just the way you like em…

Typhoid Mary
2 months ago

I would rather live in a building focused on illness and malady.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Well, like the old saying goes, “to each his own!”

Anonymous
2 months ago

You may want to check out E11ven Residences

Antennae
2 months ago

God knows when that project will be finished.

Plato
2 months ago

I’d rather have a bottle in front of me….than a frontal labotomy.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Beautiful project and renderings!

Not Anonymous
2 months ago

I pass through this area every day and it shocks me to see how much it has changed in the last 4 years. Hopefully this development continues!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Its changing for the better.

Larry L
2 months ago

For actual humans. Miami needs lots more of this scale resi

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami already has plenty of this type scale of residential. And I guess people in cities like Hong Kong are not “actual humans?”

Zonked
2 months ago

Fits the environment beautifully

Anonymous
2 months ago

The developer says the project is “wellness focused”. Of course yes. Would anyone present any residential project focused on malaise???

Jay Flynn
2 months ago

Well, the building they’re demolishing could not be uglier, so there’s that.
On the other hand, who trusts Arquitectonica anymore?

Anon
2 months ago

Ugly enough. But, hey, we got used to the right side of the new CocoWalk. Love the new trend of putting trees on the roofs…since they rip them up out of the streets in order to build more condos.

Yet Another Anonymous
2 months ago

Nobody complaining about the high 2:1 parking ratio but I guess it’s okay when they “keep it in the ground.”

Pi Space
2 months ago

How much?

Anonymous
2 months ago

I would say not bad for Arquitectonica, but the irregular openings along the Mary Street facade make it look cheap. Like the Coral Gables project, so typical of them…

Anonymous
2 months ago

Oh look, and expert building designer…

Anonymous
2 months ago

What I got from this was Arquitectonica keeps throwing your resume in the trash can.

Anonymous
2 months ago

lol…