The construction of Grove Central is finished. The residential tower is open for occupancy, with renters moving in, and the development’s retail component is opening in phases.
A large mixed-use project called Grove Central is getting its finishing touches. The project will be anchored by a Target, and a residential tower is planned to include 400 apartments, with pre-leasing now underway.
The gym inked a 38,400-square-foot lease at Grove Central, a mixed-use, transit-oriented development now under construction in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood. The two-floor location is scheduled to open in 2024, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Grove Central Tops Off Next To Metrorail Station, Will Include 400 Apartments And A Target Retail Store
In the latest in a series of high-density developments being built along the Metrorail, Grove Central will include 400 apartments that includes some workforce housing and 172,000 square feet of retail that includes a signed lease from Target. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The transit-oriented development called Grove Central will include a new 23-story residential tower comprising of 402 workforce and co-living units; a 1,250-space public parking garage; and approximately 170,000 square feet of retail space. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
The 5-acre property, formerly a parking lot for the Metrorail station,sits on the northwest corner of Southwest 27th Avenue and South Dixie Highway. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
Plans could include an 11-story, 206-room hotel; 491,879 square feet of retail and 900 parking spaces. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE