November 9, 2020

| Miami Herald

Coconut Grove continues to attract world-class residential brands with Mr. C Residences by Terra

The village of Coconut Grove is experiencing a new wave of arrivals of some of the most elite brands and high-design builds, eloquently set within the beloved nature of the esteemed neighborhood.

With its ample lush greenery, parks and top-rated schools, the Grove has formed a tight-knit community made up of Miami’s elite and families who choose to be away from the endless action of the buzzy surrounding zip codes like Brickell, Wynwood and Miami Beach.

More recently, the Grove and its residents have welcomed an influx of award-winning architects designing a sophisticated skyline that has propelled commercial redevelopment plans attracting a diverse selection of upscale office and retail tenants. Together they are creating a vibrant, walkable destination for working, socializing, dining and shopping.

Terra is leading the Grove’s resurgence with a mix of high-design residential and commercial developments including Park Grove designed by Rem Koolhaas, Grove at Grand Bay designed by Bjarke Ingels, Mary Street designed by Carlos and Jackie Touzet and more. The development firm’s latest venture, Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove, is set to further elevate the area with a new concept of residential serviced living, rooted in the Mr. C tradition of cuisine, design and hospitality. The 20-story tower marks the first large-scale residential project for the Mr. C brand founded by fourth generation Cipriani brothers Maggio and Ignazio.

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