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Modern minimalistic design today owes its inspiration to Europe’s famous Bauhaus design school, and glasshaus architecture follows the clean elegant style that invites natural light in.
There’s no direct view of Biscayne Bay but the glassy and dazzling GlassHaus in Coconut Grove has certainly joined the conversation of Miami’s most alluring condo projects if the real thing ends up looking anything like the renderings.
Set to open its on-site sales center to the public in early June, the five-story boutique condo will rise at3161 Center Street while offering 23 contemporary residences priced from $595,000 to $1.2 million (starting around $575 per square foot).
There’s yet another new office building in the works in Coconut Grove, with LointerHome announcing plans for 27@Lincoln, a boutique mixed-use development expected to rise at 3151 Southwest 27th Avenue.
Boutique building in the heart of Coconut Grove offering twenty-three exclusive residences. Bauhaus inspired design by award-winning European architect and interior designer, Varabyeu Partners. Views of Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove and Downtown Miami skyline. Contemporary lobby with 10’ ceiling.
FOB-controlled access to building and common areas with state-of-the-art video system monitoring. Secured underground parking with assigned parking, and 10 dedicated electric car spaces with individual charging station connection.
Glasshaus in the Grove is located in the exclusive neighborhood of Coconut Grove, just 5 minutes south of Brickell and on the shores of Biscayne Bay. The area is best known worldwide for its family atmosphere, art galleries, restaurants, huge marinas, and its excellent private and public schools.
Peter Green and associates advertising the Glass Haus on behalf of Fortune International Realty as an outside brokerage firm and this site is not the developer website.