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Grove Bay Parking Garage To Be Completed Spring 2019

Grove Bay Parking Garage

Grove Bay Parking Garage

The two story Grove Bay Parking Garage between the City of Miami and Miami Parking Authority is taking shape in Coconut Grove after starting construction in June 2018.

Amendments are being considered for the site, which include reducing the size of the garage and retail areas, change critical dates to coincide with the current construction schedule of the garage, and allow a rent abatement of $58,333.33 monthly for two years.

The garage is expected to be completed in the Spring of 2019.

Grove Bay Parking Garage Construction Updates

Grove Bay Parking Garage Site

Grove Bay Parking Garage Site

The construction on the two story Grove Bay Parking Garage is well under way since construction began in June. The garage will have 333 parking spaces and is expected to be completed May 2019.

The development company, Treo Group, received a $33 million loan for Regatta Harbour (formally called The Harbour), which will include three restaurants, 100,000 square feet of retail, marina, and restoration of two hangars.

The marina, which will have 400 dry slips and 700 feet of floating docks will be completed before the end of the year.

Previously on the site was an abandoned Chart House restaurant that was eventually demolished in October 2017.

Construction Begins On Grove Bay Garage At The Harbour Coconut Grove

The Harbour Coconut Grove

The Harbour Coconut Grove

Site work has started on the two story Grove Bay Garage in Coconut Grove and workers begin clearing the land. Originally, three stories, the garage has been reduced to two floors, but will still have 333 parking spaces. 

After much delay, construction started on The Harbour in March after the demolition of the abandoned Chart House Restaurant that was on the site. 

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.

Inside The Abandoned Chart House Restaurant Coconut Grove

Inside The Abandoned Chart House Restaurant Coconut Grove

As demolition begins at The Chart House in Coconut Grove to make way for a new mixed used development called The Harbour. The building sat empty for almost two years since closing in November 2015, which was delayed because of litigation. 

Built in 1982 by architect Joe Lancor of Hawaii, The Chart House had a unique design that featured wood panelling on the ceiling with large glass windows overlooking Biscayne Bay. There were three large sunlight windows on the roof of the building - one in the middle and two long windows on the West and East side of the restaurant. The interior had a distinct green carpet throughout the dining area. 

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