February 2020 in Miami packed an exciting calendar of top momentous events. We started off the month with the Superbowl LIV, later followed by Miami’s most memorable sales gallery event, where potential buyers flocked to Miami’s newest luxury condo development -The Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove- and guests enjoyed live music, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. This launch event was, indeed, grand and mirrored the elegance of the Mr. C brand: old-world European sophistication, cuisine and nautical inspirations. In other words, luxury residential living’s winning trifecta.
It was David Martin’s Terra and Ignazio Cipriani’s Mr. C who happily hosted the grand opening on February 5, 2020. The Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove marks the first mega-scale residential project for the Mr. C brand, and according to the post-event release statement “is expected to deliver a next-generation residential experience rooted in world-class service, design, cuisine and lifestyle.”
As described in the release statement, the design team for this residential development is off the charts: Ray Fort of Arquitectonica, son of famed architecture duo Laurinda Spear and Bernardo Fort-Brescia, is leading designs for the skyscraper’s exterior; residential interiors and lavish amenity spaces are designed by Meyer Davis, who closely worked with Ignazio Cipriani and the Mr. C brand to co-create “the ultimate luxury hospitality experience.”
Moreover, this signature event brought together project leaders David Martin of Terra; Ignazio Cipriani, fourth generation of the Cipriani family and co-founder of the Mr. C brand; Bernardo Fort Brescia of Arquitectonica; Will Meyers of Meyer Davis; as well as Miami Mayor Francis Suarez.
And just when we thought it could not get any better, it did. As narrated in the post-event release statement, “long-time friends, David Martin and Mayor Francis Suarez, took the stage, alongside project leaders, and delivered passionate words honoring the project and the future of Coconut Grove, which is home to other projects pioneered by David Martin, including Bjarke Ingels-designed Grove at Grand Bay and the Rem Koolhaas/OMA-designed Park Grove.”
The Mr. C Residences Coconut Grove sales gallery event was an incomparable success, making Miami once again the hot spot for new residential luxury developments.