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Plans Submitted For Regatta Harbour In Coconut Grove

Regatta Harbour Coconut Grove

Regatta Harbour Coconut Grove

Plans for the The Regatta Harbour in Coconut Grove went for review by Miami’s Historic & Environmental Review Board yesterday.

Construction is already underway on the site as the seawall is being rebuilt on the site of the former Chart House restaurant.

Construction is also underway on the Grove Bay Parking Garage.

Construction Begins At The Harbour In Coconut Grove

The Harbour In Coconut Grove

The Harbour In Coconut Grove

Construction has started at The Harbour In Coconut Grove on the former site of the now demolished Chart House restaurant. 

The Grove Bay Grill (formerly Scotty's Landing) is still open for business. 

Construction still has not started on the two story parking garage. 

Construction To Begin Soon On The Harbour In Coconut Grove

The Harbour Coconut Grove

The Harbour Coconut Grove

Construction will begin on the 7 acre The Harbour soon after the Coconut Grove Arts Festival ends on February 19th, according to Miami Today. 

Development of the project, which will include two upscale restaurants, one casual restaurant, event space, marina with 400 boats slips, public baywalk and converting the hangars into retail space was delayed for years by litigation. The delay caused The Chart House restaurant to be abandoned for several years before it was finally demolished in October 2017. 

Construction will also begin soon on the Grove Bay Garage which will now be two stories instead of three, but still be able to accommodate 333 parking spaces.

Construction To Begin Soon On Grove Bay Parking Garage

Grove Bay Parking Garage Site

Grove Bay Parking Garage Site

Munilla Construction Management has been selected out of 5 other bidders to construct a new Grove Bay Parking Garage, according to Miami Today. 

The new redesigned parking garage will have two parking levels instead of three, but still have 333 parking spaces.

The Grove Bay Parking Garage is part of a 7 acre mixed used development leased by The City of Miami, called The Harbour, which will be developed by The Grove Bay Investment Group.

Demolition recently began on the abandoned Chart House on the edge of Biscayne Bay and construction will begin soon on The Harbour, that will have two restaurants, entertainment event space, marina with 400 boat slips, and a public baywalk.

Demolition Begins At The Chart House Coconut Grove

The Chart House Coconut Grove

The Chart House Coconut Grove

The Chart House in Coconut Grove is now being demolished after the initial demolition date of September 11th was delayed because of Hurricane Irma.

Built in 1982, with 10,515 square feet, The Chart House was designed by architect Joe Lancor of Hawaii who also designed many other Chart Houses across the country.

The Chart House closed in November 2015 after 33 years to make way for a mixed use development called The Harbour that will have two restaurants, entertainment event space, marina with 400 boat slips, a public baywalk and converting the seaplane hangars into retail space. It will be developed by The Grove Bay Hospitality Group who received the contract by Miami City Commissioners in 2013. The Harbour was approved by voters in a 2013 referendum. 

The Harbour is expected to be open early 2019 and cost $80 million.

Demolition Video