Located just off the Coconut Grove area in Miami, Grove Isle is a 20-acre island that consists of three hi-rise residences along the waterfront along with various amenities. The island itself provides the best in what Miami has to offer which includes the warm, sunny climate year-round, easy access to the city, and the advantages of living on a separate island residential area.
Originally known as Fair Isle, the island itself did not come into existence until the 1920s when it was dredged up out of Biscayne Bay. Fair Isle was one of many small islets that resulted from the dredging operation that helped improve the bay for shipping. During the Florida Land Boom, the island itself was sold in just four hours for a whopping $1.5 million.
However, the development of the island was slowed by damage from a hurricane and the crash of the land boom shortly afterward. For many years, it was a secluded destination for the wealthy, but in the 1970s, the island was renamed Grove Isle and began to develop.
Today, along with three high-rise residences are numerous amenities that have made it the perfect living area for celebrities, doctors, entrepreneurs, and others who have enjoyed considerable success.
The main attraction is the island itself with the incredible view of the bay and the city. For those living in the high-rise residences, the view is virtually unmatched thanks to Grove Isle’s remarkable location. The residences include several amenities that can be enjoyed, including the following;
For residents, you can enjoy numerous advantages that makes living on Grove Isle so desirable. The location between Coconut Grove and the downtown area means you have easy access to the following locations:
For many, Grove Isle has become their dream home. The pristine property, excellent amenities, and perfect location make it a place that is one of the most desired locations in all the greater Miami area. It’s little wonder that residents often run into celebrities who also live on Grove Isle to enjoy the combination of seclusion and access to the downtown area of Miami.