Inside’s Miami Newest Luxury Penthouse

NEW YORK POST By Zachary Kussin

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Take a look inside this $28M Miami penthouse.Photo: Terra

It may not be on Manhattan’s East Side, but it’s still a deluxe apartment in the sky.

Despite reports of Miami’s residential market cooling down — with some even saying it has stalled — the Magic City’s luxury sector is still quite active. The latest addition is a grand penthouse at the two-tower, Bjarke Ingels-designed Grove at Grand Bay that’s just hit the market for $28 million. This cool asking price makes it a record for any condo currently listed or sold in the city’s Coconut Grove nabe, we hear.

Best of all, The Post got a first look inside.

The glass-enclosed, five-bedroom pad, located in the project’s South Tower, spans nearly 15,000 total square feet.

Beyond the bedrooms, the 10,118-square-foot interior living area also includes 8 ½ bathrooms, a roomy open living/dining space, 12-foot ceilings, plus two rooms for staff. There’s a chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances, as well as a gym, spa, and media room.

The perks continue outside, where the buyer will get a 2,500-square-foot terrace on the main level. And above, there will be an additional 2,000-square-foot private rooftop deck with garden space and its own pool.

Given a penthouse with this much punch, perhaps it’s no surprise that the rest of the development, whose completion is slated for this summer, also includes a number of enviable features. There will be an art gallery, pet spa, library, residents’ lounge and club room, and a private dining space. Besides the private penthouse pool, there are others that residents can share: Each tower features its own rooftop pool, and there’s a 25-meter lap pool, as well as a lounging pool and Jacuzzi, on the main terrace.

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Grove at Grand Bay.Photo: Terra

Terra is developing the project, whose twisty design stands out with floor plates that rotate 3 feet at each elevation from the third to 17th floors. Other helping hands include landscape architect Raymond Jungles and Philip Freedman of Cervera Real Estate, who’s handling sales and marketing.

The two towers will house a total of 98 units; prices begin at $2.95 million.



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