As President of 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 and Weston. Always looking to push the envelope and set his firm apart, David is enlisting some of the world’s top architects to design his projects. Examples include the Bjarke Ingels-designed Grove at Grand Bay and the Rem Koolhaas/OMA-designed Park Grove, two new luxury condos that are helping revitalize Coconut Grove. Eighty Seven Park, Terra’s newest project in North Beach, will be a 70-unit beachfront condo designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano. Terra is also developing the Modern and Neovita communities in Doral, as well as Botaniko in Weston, a master-planned community designed by Chad Oppenheim and Roney Mateu.
David’s strong commitment to South Florida is underscored by the company’s active role in charitable, civic, arts and cultural organizations. With a unique interest in education, the arts and health foundations, David is actively involved in South Florida’s civic and business communities. He and his wife support several organizations with philanthropic contributions, the Perez Art Museum Miami, Miami Children's Health Foundation, the American Cancer Society, Vizcaya Museums and Gardens, and the WolfsonianFIU.