A vacant stretch of Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove will be the site of a newly unveiled five-story, mixed-use development. Named ‘Metronomic Place’ after its developer Metronomic, Inc., the upcoming building will deliver 5,000 square feet of office space, 3,200 square feet of ground-floor retail, and a 44-room All-Suite Hotel.
Designed by local architecture firm CLAD with interiors by One Design Build, the project features metal, concrete, and wood materials for a mostly contemporary vibe with some mid-century tropical influences. The project’s hotel rooms are on the more spacious side and include large terraces, full kitchenettes, and access to a landscaped green roof with a pool deck.
Metronomic acquired the vacant property at 3280 Grand Avenue—formerly a car wash—for $4.1 million, reports The Real Deal. It hopes to break ground in mid September and targets a late 2019 completion date. The company plans to occupy at least half of the on-site office space and make the Grand Avenue development its new corporate headquarters.
- Metronomic launches mixed-use project in Coconut Grove [The Real Deal]
- Coconut Grove coverage [Curbed Miami]