“It’s an amazing project that for sure would transform the Grove waterfront.” – Scott Wessel
“The project will preserve several existing trees, including the beloved Banyan Tree near Scotty’s Landing, creating a third-acre park between restaurants” – Eddy Garcia, Grove Bay Investment Group
“This is what the waterfront needs” – Marc Sarnoff, Miami City Commissioner
“I am encouraged by the proposal. Besides conforming to the master plan, it seems to have evolved the thinking and detail beyond it,” Mark Dawson, Sasaki Associates
“I think it’s a good deal for the City” – Mayor Tomas Regalado
“The Harbour’s project delivers what the residents asked for in the Coconut Grove Waterfront Master Plan with beautiful architecture and even more green space and better public access along the water than the master plan envisioned. Change can be hard, but in the end this will be a great improvement to our waterfront.” – Michelle Niemeyer, Coconut Grove Village Council Member and Marina Resident

Miami’s residents and visitors deserve a safe upland marina, a vibrant menu of dining options, a remarkable space for special events and functions, location-appropriate shopping and a world-class experience, be it formal or laid-back, boater or landlubber, all at the edge of beautiful Biscayne Bay. Grove Bay Miami waterfront.

The Harbour in Historic Coconut Grove will deliver precisely that experience. All-new construction will provide dry storage for 406 boats, whose on-site movement will be safely isolated from pedestrians and vehicles; two upscale restaurants; an upgraded and relocated fuel station; an expansive and elevated indoor/outdoor event space overlooking the bay; a casual outdoor restaurant with an entertainment area; an inviting baywalk with new floating dock and finger piers; retail
shops geared to serve the marine community and local neighborhood needs, and a public mini-park . . . all in a lushly landscaped setting emphasizing native trees and foliage and building materials.