Building Spotlight: Grovenor House

 Grovenor House in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami is an upscale high rise developed by well-known Ugo Columbo. Designed by the firm of Revuelta, Vega and Leon, this contemporary, 32 story tower was completed in 2006 and rests on 3.5 acres of lush tropical landscaping.

There are 166 estate-style residences ranging from expansive two-bedroom units to five-bedroom duplex penthouses up to 7,000 square feet with private pools. All have open floor plans, private elevators, floor to ceiling windows and doors, generous terraces offering amazing views of Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and downtown Miami.

Five star amenities at Grovenor House include state-of-the-art fitness center, luxury spa with treatment rooms, infinity pool and private cabanas, tennis courts, residents’ lounge and club room with catering kitchen. In addition there is a children’s playground, dog park, meditation garden and 24/7 concierge and valet.

Coconut Grove is Miami’s original neighborhood. It is notable for the many sailing/yacht clubs along Biscayne Bay, its many parks, sidewalk cafes, the renowned Coconut Grove Art Festival and King Mango Strut. The area also has several of the top-rated private schools in South Florida, among them Carrollton of the Sacred Heart and Ransom Everglades. Popular restaurants include Green Street Café, Harry’s Pizzeria, La Strada and Farinelli’s.

At present there are 21 residences for sale. The average list price is $3,643,095 or $936 per square foot. The units are on the market an average of 114 days. 12 rentals are available at an average of $10,167 for a one-year lease.

For additional information and a tour of this waterfront building contact the Building Expert for Grovenor House at

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