Grove at Grand Bay is Done, Receives Temporary Certificate of Occupancy
The two twisting towers known as Grove at Grand Bay, which in their short lives have already become iconic Coconut Grove landmarks, have received their temporary certificate of occupancy, with closings beginning this week. They were originally going to be Danish architect Bjarke Ingels’ first completed project in the Americas, but due to construction delays were beat out by Via 57 West in New York. The buildings have been entirely sold out for a while, except for the last remaining penthouse, a $28 million unit which developer David Martin had originally intended to keep for himself. According to Martin, who spoke to Real Deal, interior build-outs should be completed within three months, with move-ins expected in the next four to six.