Miami’s approach to a sustainable future includes transit-oriented mixed-use developments along main travel arteries, away from flood-prone areas, yet close to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Grove Central, a modern mixed-used project being built by Juneau Construction Company for developers Grass River Property and Terra Group, checks all those boxes.
“Terra is focused on advancing a sustainable and resilient development model that combines residential density, a balanced mix of commercial uses, and access to multi-modal transit options,” said Terra president David Martin. “By prioritizing responsible design in well-located areas, projects like these will adapt to the long-term impacts of climate change and promote urban development in high-elevation areas.”
“Grove Central will bring this vision to life along one of Miami’s most important transit corridors, creating an everyday amenity for nearby residents and filling a void in our housing market,” said Martin.
Juneau Construction Co. is working on an offsite water main for the residential and retail components that will be added in tandem with a privately-funded upgrade of the existing Coconut Grove Metrorail station.