Terra Group LLC, the developer of some of the modern projects in Miami’s Coconut Grove enclave like the twin, twisting Grove at Grand Bay condominiums, has joined in on the development of public land near the Grove Metrorail station.
The project on 5.18 acres northwest of U.S.1 and 27th Avenue originally was planned by Grass River Property LLC, another company working in and near the Grove.
Now Terra and Grass River are working together on Grove Central, which could include an 11-story, 206-room hotel; 491,879 square feet of retail and parking; 898 parking spaces with at least some in a garage and 204 designated for public transit riders; an enhanced bus depot; a drop-off lane; and restaurants, according to the firms’ filings with Miami-Dade County.
These plans are tentative, and changes that incorporate the county’s input on the first proposal will be submitted, according to a joint statement by Terra and Grass River.
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