Sitting in a prime location in one of Miami’s oldest and most desirable neighborhoods, Park Grove offers modernist living in line with the area’s character.
Designed by world-class architects Rem Koolhaas and OMA, Park Grove have been described as the quiet enclave’s ‘most ambitious architecture’, setting a striking example for a new architectural standard.
Ranging in size from two to four bedrooms, all residences come with excessive balcony space from which to enjoy the stunning views over Biscayne Bay.
Large, floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural light to flood the residences open plan living/dining/family rooms as well as the bedrooms, making the apartment feel airy and open.
Kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms are designed and furnished by William Sofield and feature his distinct, modernist style; kitchens also come equipped with state-of-the-art appliances and high-quality marble worktops.
In keeping with the modernist outlook, cream, beige and brown tones dominate the property; in combination with high-end material and set against the backdrop of Biscayne Bay, they create a feeling of high-end luxury in one of the world’s most desired locations.
Communal areas, including private rooftop pools and the stunning gardens designed by Enzo Enea, give the property a little extra and encourage residents to form a community rather than just coexist in their new living space.
Numerous residences, with prices ranging from $550,000 (€504,929, £351,573) to $6 million (€5,508,324, £3,835,350), are available through Knight Frank.