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A Look Into What's Happening in Coconut Grove!

Are you wondering what all the construction is for, and more importantly, when will it be completed?

Cocowalk is finally getting a much needed facelift! It will have a new façade and cosmetic improvements with additional entrances to the parking garage, new boutique shops, and service-oriented businesses such as salons, spas, and gourmet markets. The Cinepolis will also undergo another round of renovations. The mall will no longer have the Mediterranean look and will blend in with a sleek design. The construction has already started and its projected completion is mid-2018.

Cocowalk RenderingCocowalk Rendering 2

The Grove’s new construction projects:

Park Grove & Glasshaus

Walk to the restaurants, historic parks, and entertainment from your home!

Park Grove: 2701 S. Bayshore Drive

Park Grove

Located on the bay, Park Grove is a three-tower complex with luxury condo residences priced between $1 million-$14 million.  Designed by world-renowned architect OMA, Rem Koolhaas. Amenities include nautical themed concierge for booking yachts, boats, and sailing lessons. Butler service, luxurious pool with private cabanas, wine cellar and wine lockers for residents. Park Grove will also feature a new restaurant from restaurateur Michael Shwartz (also known for Harry’s Pizzeria and Michael’s Genuine). Want to know more about these luxury Bayfront condos, contact us at 305-790-8052 or

Slated completion for One and Two Park Grove- 2018.

 Glasshaus in the Grove: 3161 Center Street

23 Residences consisting of 1-3 bedrooms with a sleek, modern design starting at $595K. This boutique condo building is in a fantastic location for those who love to walk to shops, parks, and restaurants. Luxury amenities include: rooftop pool, sundeck, cabanas, glass-walled fitness center, Zen garden, and underground parking with electric car chargers. For more information on Glasshaus, contact us: 305-790-8052 or

Glass Haus 

Coconut Grove Playhouse is also about to be revived!

After being closed for nearly a decade, this long overdue revival of one of Coconut Grove’s signature landmarks will take on the historic village’s spirit with a modern flare. The 20-million dollar County plan will fully restore the three-story, wing-shaped theater by renowned architect Richard Kiehnel. In addition, the newdesign will replace lost architectural features and reopen shopfronts to the street. Renderings show the 1927 iconic double proscenium arches original to the design will be integrated into the new

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