CMC Group Breaks Ground on Miami Luxury Condo Project

This is the first new development on Grove Isle in more than 40 years.

Vita at Grove Isle

Vita at Grove Isle. Rendering courtesy of CMC Group

Ugo Colombo’s CMC Group has broken ground on Vita at Grove Isle, a 65-unit luxury boutique condominium project on the private island of Grove Isle in Miami. Two separate architecture firms are involved in the project: CallisonRTKL and S&E Architects , as well as interior designer A++ Architecture. Delivery is expected in the second or third quarter of 2025.

The seven-story curved structure will comprise three- and four-bedroom floorplans ranging from 2,500 to 6,500 square feet, along with 12 penthouse layouts between 3,400 and 6,600 square feet. Each penthouse will feature a rooftop terrace with its own swimming pool and kitchen. Residences will be spread across three connected waterfront buildings—Mare, Luce and Sole—designed to look like one unitary structure.

A deeply luxurious Miami condo project

Interiors are slated to feature private elevators, 10-foot ceilings, smart home technology, sound proofing and designer fixtures. Resident amenities will include a swimming pool with a pool-side bar, social lounge, fitness center, spa, studio room, as well as 24-hour security and valet parking. The development will also include a three-story clubhouse, partially open to the public, along with a deep-water marina with dockmaster.

Vita is the only new development in more than 40 years on the island, which is now home to only three 18-story towers that came online between 1979 and 1981. The project site is near the HCA Florida Mercy Hospital and some 4 miles from downtown Miami in the Coconut Grove neighborhood. Some 17 miles to the north, on Bay Harbor Islands, is another CMC Group condo project, which recently topped off and expects delivery later this year.

You May Also Like