Miami’s Grove at Grand Bay marks architect Bjarke Ingels’s first foray into the U.S. condo market.

Bjarke Ingels’s First U.S. Condo Is a Pair of Twisting Miami Towers, with NBWW | Architectural Digest

One of the biggest architects in the world adds his flair to the residential market in Coconut Grove Text by Geoffrey Montes Photography by Bjarke Ingels Group The latest addition to Miami’s rapidly evolving skyline also happens to be the first Bjarke Ingels–designed condominium...
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Grove at Grand Bay Terra

The sold-out Grove at Grand Bay has been completed – Curbed Miami

The twisty towers have risen By Josh Baumgard The twisty towers of Grove at Grand Bay have been completed, marking the first residential towers to be built in Coconut Grove in over a decade. Developed by Terra, designed by Bjarke Ingels, and with NBWW as the architect, the twin...
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Grove at Grand Bay

Closings soon underway at Bjarke Ingels and NBWW designed Grove at Grand Bay

Buyers at the 98-unit project include Fortune 100 CEOs, attorneys and doctors By Katherine Kallergis Grove at Grand Bay will soon start recording closings, marking the first new condo tower for Coconut Grove in more than a decade and the first in the United States for Danish...
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Two outdoor treatment cabanas take advantage of the serene shoreline setting

Sea, sound, salt and sand inspire stunning, NBWW designed Auberge Ft Lauderdale spa

  BY Jane Kitchen New renderings have been revealed for the upcoming 10,000sq ft (929sq m) spa at the Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale. The Florida spa, which will open in 2018 to residents and guests alike, is designed by spa consultant Tracy Lee of TLee...
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VUE Sarasota Bay

Vue Sarasota Bay Tops Off Construction in Downtown Sarasota

Designed by renowned architects Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Downtown Sarasota’s newest waterfront condominium steps closer towards completion Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. (NBWW) has announced the topping off of VUE Sarasota Bay, Downtown...
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Developer proposes major mixed-use project designed by NBWW on Pompano Beach

Brian Bandell A 360,989-square-foot mixed-use project has been proposed along the ocean in Pompano Beach by heavyweight New York developer Chetrit Group and Hollywood partner Ari Pearl. The city’s Development Review Committee will consider the site plan for the Oceanside Pompano...
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The Auberge Residences and Spa Rendering courtesy of Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates

Miami-based architecture firm NBWW, chosen to design Central America’s largest mixed-use development

NBWW and Alberto Reifer & Arquitectos will design Sabana Capital By Michelle Goldchain Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates (NBWW), the same Coral Gables-based architecture firm behind the Auberge Beach Residences and Spa, has been chosen to design the largest...
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New Renderings Released for NBWW Designed Auberge Spa in Fort Lauderdale

Two skincare rooms, four massage rooms, and a whole lot more to offer By Michelle Goldchain New renderings have been released for an upcoming high-end spa in Fort Lauderdale, called the Auberge Spa at Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale. The 10,000-square-foot spa...
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Internationally-recognized Architecture Firm NBWW to Design Sabana Capital in Costa Rica

Renowned architecture firm will be at the forefront of a new era for Costa Rican urban design Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc. (NBWW), along with Costa Rican partner Alberto Reifer & Arquitectos, are delighted to announce they will design Sabana Capital, the...
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Construction workers prepare to hoist the first of 247 concrete beams for Brightline’s track at MiamiCentral

MiamiCentral gets its first train beam in downtown Miami – The Real Deal

Brightline service to West Palm Beach is expected to begin mid-year 2017 MiamiCentral, the development planning to connect downtown Miami to Orlando via a high-speed rail service, just received its first train beam. The massive concrete beam is one of 247 — averaging 73 feet long...
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