80% – 90% Grove at Grand Bay Miami Condo Buyer Commission Rebate

a Grove at Grand Bay Miami Condo Buyer Commission Rebate saves you serious money buying Florida luxury properties.
The Grove at Grand Bay Miami has just been announced by the world renowned development team, Terra Group. This 96 apartment, twenty (20) story condominium will feature two towers that will rise in Coconut Grove at 2669 Bayshore Drive on the site of the old Grand Bay Hotel. The location is two blocks from the Village Center of Coconut Grove and all that is offered there. The views of Biscayne Bay are right out your window or from your expansive balcony.

The Grove at Grand Bay Miami will feature two 20-story curved glass towers. The North tower is available first with fifty-nine residences and then the South Tower with thirty-seven.

The Grove at Grand Bay Miami is designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Copenhagen Denmark. The local architectural firm will be Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates of Coral Gables

Grove at Grand Bay amenities include rooftop infinity pool with private cabanas.

Grove at Grand Bay will offer eleven floorplans including two, three, four and five bedroom designs.

The entire three acre site will be landscaped by Raymond Jungles.

To see all the floor plans and views click here for Grove at Grand Bay condos floor plans and views.

Contact the Miami Condo Lifestyle team if you would to reserve a unit at Grove at Grand Bay; they are selling out quickly in todays fast paced Miam real estate market.


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A Grove at Grand Bay Miami Condo Buyer Commission Rebate will save you money buying property. Real estate commission rebates are legal in 40 states and Florida is one of them. A real estate commission rebate also referred to as a kickback allows your real estate agent and broker to give you part of their commission back at a closing. A property buyer can receive their commission rebate as a credit to reduce a property purchase price, reduce mortgage closing cost or receive money back at closing.