As President of the award winning, Miami-based real estate development firm Terra, David Martin leads some of South Florida’s most impactful real estate developments. With an emphasis on neighborhoods like Coconut Grove, Miami Beach, Doral, Weston and Pembroke Pines, Terra has been continuously transforming South Florida into the prosperous metropolis we know today. When planning a new development, Terra takes a dynamic role with the city and neighborhood to activate its potential as a community, maximizing the way in which people are able to live and work; creating new and innovative ways for the urban & suburban landscape to evolve. Over the past 18 years, Terra has built over 4 million square feet of high end residential, commercial, land and mixed-use projects, carefully assembling multidisciplinary teams of accomplished architects, designers, engineers and builders. Examples include the Bjarke Ingels-designed Grove at Grand Bay and the Rem Koolhaas/OMA-designed Park Grove, two new luxury condos in Coconut Grove and Eighty Seven Park, a 66-unit beachfront condo in North Beach, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano. Terra is also developing Botaniko in Weston, a master-planned community designed by Chad Oppenheim and Roney Mateu. Terra’s commercial projects include two mixed-use developments in Coconut Grove: Mary Street, a retail and Class A office complex in the neighborhood’s commercial heart, and Grove Central, a multi-modal hub combining workforce and market-rate housing, retail, and improved transit connectivity. The firm is also developing the 16000 Pines Market and Pines City Center retail and multifamily developments in Broward County’s Pembroke Pines.