What's To Love About Coral Gables & Coconut Grove ♥
The Grove, as it is locally called, is the oldest neighborhood of the city of Miami. With its thick foliage, artistic ambiance and somewhat bohemian flavor, “downtown” Coconut Grove is a favorite hangout for the local Miami community. Downtown Coconut Grove includes restaurants and shops in a rather intimate setting. Entire blocks of residential streets are dedicated to town homes, other areas feature single family homes nestled in the woods while the waterfront area includes luxury waterfront condos and single family homes surrounded by Dinner Key Marina and Biscayne Bay. The neighborhood also includes several public and private schools.
Dinner Key Marina provides slips in a park-like setting to transient, seasonal, long-term, and live aboard customers. The marina served as base of operations for Pan American Airways famed flying boats, the Clippers, and plenty of history has been retained in the area. The Marina is located beside the City of Miami’s Historic City Hall. Once a year the neighborhood holds the Coconut Grove Arts Festival attracting artists and with exhibitors from all over the US.
The city of Coral Gables was founded in the 1920’s with a vision of a planned mediterranean community. Though blessed with an active and vibrant downtown, most of the city is comprised of quiet tree lined neighborhoods filled with single family homes. The city features 7 distinct “architectural villages” that provide an international flair to the city. The downtown area includes a business district along with a group of condominiums. Miracle Mile, intended to be the main street of the city, includes restaurants and shops. Merrick Park, an open space shopping center provides the community with a relaxed and casual ambiance for dinning and shopping. The city provides a wide range of parks, a community center, a vintage public pool from 1920’s, golf courses, tennis centers, bike paths, beach access, farmer markets.
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