Coconut Grove was founded in 1873 by pioneers, artists, intellectuals, and adventurers. It is one of the oldest communities in Miami and home to 16 natural parks making it one of the greenest places in Miami. Among these is Kampong, a tropical garden that was originally the home of the famous horticulturalist Dr. David Fairchild in the early twentieth century. It is also home to the legendary and notorious Mutiny Hotel, from which the book "Hotel Scarface: Where Cocaine Cowboys Partied and Plotted to Control Miami” was based on.
Coconut Grove has some of the oldest and grandest single-family homes in Miami. It is a charming bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami, lined with sidewalk cafes, galleries, boutiques, and much open-air bayfront
Lately, Coconut Grove has become known for yet another thing: a real estate boom. First came the Grove at Grand Bay, developed by Terra Group, next up were the towers of Park Grove, a project designed by Rem Koolhaas’s OMA and developed by Terra and the Related Group - the 276 units are nearly sold out, with the handful left priced at $3.1 million and up. And soon to break ground, a 20 story condo - the new Mr. C Miami-Coconut Gove, a hospitality and residential property coming to the Grove in the near future, designed by the Cipriani brothers. It is located on South Bayshore dr. and comprised of 118 one- to five-bedroom unique, bayfront residences. This timelessly chic residential tower offers the ultimate South Florida lifestyle, featuring gorgeous panoramic views.
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