There’s a new residential property coming to Coconut Grove.
The Fairchild Coconut Grove, a 26-unit residency designed by architect Max Strang, is ”the only new waterfront luxury development rising in Coconut Grove.”
Strang and ROVR Development held the property’s groundbreaking on April 10 to commemorate the sale of 60 percent of units. The Fairchild Coconut Grove has limited availability.
Guests included Mayor Francis Suarez, developer Oscar Rodriguez, Commissioner Ken Russell, and Daniel De La Vega of ONE Sotheby.
“Our goal is to create a luxurious waterfront development with the ultimate amenities so our buyers can enjoy the best of what Miami has to offer,” says Oscar Rodriguez, principal of ROVR Development.
The Fairchild Coconut Grove is located at 3581 E. Glencoe Street, a quiet community that’s filled with greenery.
The floor plans include a 1900-plus square foot unit that includes two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a den. A four bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom unit that comes with a service quarter is optional. Another unit includes three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms along with a service quarters. Prices start at $1.6 million and up.
All units, ranging between 1,714 and 4,114 square feet, are pre-wired with Smart technology. Each unit has a spacious living room with natural stone floors that lead to a veranda—with some featuring outdoor showers and views of Biscayne Bay.
Strang, an architecture whose known for building million-dollar, oceanfront homes—brings to life a tropical residency with renderings showing lush foliage, wooden floors, and direct access to the water.
Because the land beneath the building sits on Biscayne Bay, The Fairchild Coconut Grove is “the only property in Coconut Grove that has direct access to the ocean” says the developer, ROVR Development.
Residents can relax using amenities designed by Rafael de Cardenas such as a wellness spa with a Turkish bath, steam room, and sauna; a high-tech gym, and a pool with cabanas on the rooftop.
The Fairchild Coconut Grove marries nature with home living—it features gardens and a rainforest that leads to an esplanade for an afternoon stroll. Other outdoor amenities include a marina, a floating dock with paddleboards, a lounge and panoramic views of Biscayne Bay.
The Fairchild Coconut Grove also has an outdoor cinema, pool, dog park, and bicycles.
The building is currently incomplete with a completion date slated for Fall 2019.
- This architect builds oceanfront houses for the wealthy while studying the dire effects of rising waters [Architectural Digest]
- The Fairchild Coconut Grove, the Grove’s new luxury condo [Curbed Miami]
- Fairchild Coconut Grove sells two penthouses for $8.5M [Curbed Miami]