Terra Group and The Related Group Unveil Park Grove By OMA

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World-renowned powerhouse developers, The Related Group and Terra Group unveiled the completion of the first two towers of Park Grove by OMA. The residential towers designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architecture firm, OMA are officially move-in ready. Meticulously designed to perfection, the Park Grove towers, One Park Grove and Two Park Grove, along with the Club Residences, will deliver an exquisite blend of art, design and lifestyle in the exclusive and vibrant Coconut Grove neighborhood.



Serving as OMA's, founded by Rem Koolhaas, first residential property in the United States, the residences feature open floorplans, 12-foot ceilings, top-of-the-line Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, expansive terraces and private elevator access. The towers incorporate a seamless combination of art, design and landscape that enhance the property's common areas. Furnishings and design elements are contemporary with a touch of organic quality. The design team behind the stunning towers is globally acclaimed design house Meyer Davis. Landscape architecture by Enzo Enea includes a 5-acre sculpture park featuring world-class art including Jaume Piensa's The Three Poets. 


Park Grove sets the standard for luxury high-end lifestyle experiences across South Florida with perfectly curated amenity spaces, and excellent staff and services to exceed every resident's needs. Offering an enriching residential atmosphere, Park Grove amenities include a full-service spa and wellness center, wine tasting rooms with private storage, a 28-seat private screening room, business center, private dining and event center, expansive pool deck spanning over 500 feet and onsite restaurant by James Breard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz.



Select residences remain, priced between $2.7 million to $6.3 million. Sales and marketing is exclusively handled by Douglas Elliman. For more information, please visit Park-Grove.com or stop by the penthouse sales gallery at Two Park Grove.

Photo courtesy of Park Grove 

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