Gregg Covin

Raised in a real estate family that began building in Miami and Miami Beach in 1948, Gregg Covin has earned an exceptional reputation in his own right as the award-winning developer of some of the region’s most exclusive residences and hotels.

One of the first to see the potential of Miami Beach’s elegant South of Fifth neighborhood in the late 1990s, Covin’s AIA award-winning Neville Condominium and his Peter Page designed Hotel St. Augustine projects were regarded as catalysts in the redevelopment of the area. These were followed by the Montclair Lofts at Lincoln Road Mall in South Beach, which earned the coveted Chicago Athenaeum Award for Excellence in Architecture, and The Angler’s Boutique Resort, also in South Beach, which features interiors by Versace Mansion designer Wallace Tutt. In 2007, Covin completed Ten Museum Park, a 50-story crystalline tower in Downtown Miami developed in conjunction with Clinique La Prairie of Switzerland. Covin is most recently known as the co-developer of One Thousand Museum in Miami, which Architectural Digest ranked as one of the most anticipated buildings in the world when it was constructed. Designed by the renowned architect Zaha Hadid not long before her untimely death, it was completed in 2018 and has been setting price records, including a $20 million penthouse sold to soccer star David Beckham.

Covin’s projects have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Robb Report, Ocean Drive, and on CNN.

Ten Museum Park Miami, FL
Ten Museum Park. (Miami, FL)
One Thousand Museum Miami, FL
One Thousand Museum. (Miami, FL)
The Montclair Miami Beach, FL
The Montclair. (Miami Beach, FL)
Anglers Hotel Miami Beach, FL
Anglers Hotel. (Miami Beach, FL)