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Miami’s ‘Glass House Project’ launches in Coconut Grove

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Starting at $700,000

A modern home in Coconut Grove with wood paneling and big windows
Rendering of a home in the The Glass House Project
Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

A six-home enclave in Miami titled the “Glass House Project” just launched, bringing a group of new-construction residences to Coconut Grove.

Developed by LointerHome and designed by William Hamilton Arthur IV, the half-dozen homes are labeled “starter homes,” which may be apparent in size (ranging from 1,900 to 2,500 square feet) but certainly not pricing for typical first-time homebuyers, as they start at $700,000.

In a unique marketing twist, LointerHome and creative studio Louis1978 are collaborating on an art installation at two of the lots during next weekend’s Coconut Grove Arts Festival by installing 10-foot sculptures by local artists. The homes will rise on William and Charles avenues east of Plaza Street.

Listed with Douglas Elliman’s Roque Castro, construction is expected to begin in the spring with completion scheduled for next December.

Renderings of the homes (with the addresses) are below.