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Welcome To Coconut Grove Waterfront Condos

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Why Choose Coconut Grove?

Florida places at the very top of destinations in the United States.  Our beautiful weather, soft beaches, sparkling waters and interesting blends of global cultures contribute to the choice of South Florida as a place to visit or live.

Coconut Grove, however, surpasses most  other communities of South Florida and for good reason.   There is a housing option for most budgets, with units  to be found at $190,000 up to well into the millions.  Walk on our streets and you will see artists and students, snow birds and year-round residents.  Find a cozy cafe on one of our tree-lined, quaint streets and relax as life parades before you.





Ven-American Real Estate, Inc.   •   2665 S. Bayshore Drive, Suite 220, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133   •   Office 305.858.1188

The Latest Coconut Grove Real Estate News...

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Mayfair House Opens New Restaurant And A Rooftop Bar

The creation of three cool new spaces to eat and drink is the latest project within the Mayfair House Hotel & Garden that just emerged from a $50 million renovation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Embattled Developer’s Coconut Grove Rentals Head To Auction

If it can’t come up with $7.9 million in the next few weeks, Metronomic’s only finished Coconut Grove development, the four-story GroveHaus apartment building at 3265 Bird Avenue, could head for auction on Oct. 12. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Affordable Apartments Slated For Coconut Grove

It’s expected many of the people who will be selected as tenants of the lower-priced apartments are from everywhere but Coconut Grove, due to guidelines set forth by federal housing officials for the recent apartment lottery. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Lender Seeks Foreclosure Of Stalled Arbor Residences Project In Coconut Grove

Trez Capital filed a foreclosure lawsuit against the developer alleging the company failed to repay its nearly $21 million loan and failed to complete the five-story, 48-unit building. Prices for single-family homes and condos in the Grove have skyrocketed, and buyers at the Arbor are likely even more outpriced than they were before. Rising construction costs, labor issues and supply chain problems are affecting developers, as well. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE