Coral Gables

Coral Gables, like many other Miami Beach cities and towns, is an artistic staple with a thriving cultural scene.

Welcome to Coral Gables, FL

Known for good reason as the ‘City Beautiful’
 
Coral Gables, like many other Miami Beach cities and towns, is an artistic staple with a thriving cultural scene. The tree-lined avenues and streets are named after exotic towns from Italy and Spain, and give way to avenues famous for their shops, cafes, and eateries. Coral Gables boasts unique Mediterranean revival architectural styles, like the pedestrian-only Giralda Plaza, the likes of which invite residents for leisurely strolls past local boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants with inviting atmospheres.

Coral Gables’ dynamic artistic scene is carried through history by long-standing institutions like the Actors Playhouse at Miracle Theatre, a stunning venue for local talent to showcase Broadway-level productions in an intimate and familiar setting. Coral Gables Mediterranean theme drives its design and community planning, and its historic significance props up its unique style with substance and world-renowned class.
 

What to Love


  • Fantastic gardens throughout the city
  • International presence
  • Mediterranean-themed Architectural Style

Local Lifestyle


Coral Gable is one of South Florida’s first planned communities and exists to serve its residents on a larger scale. This pocket of serenity and lifestyles from a bygone past sets the stage perfectly for its meticulous residents who envision a beautifully designed community akin to some European City of elegant cultural significance. Locals may forget they’re even in the epicenter of a bustling southern metro, due in part to the banyan-ruled streets, lavish fountains, and Mediterranean-themed piazzas.

Locals enjoy a quality of life second to none, and enjoy the bountiful green space and sprawling waterfront estates, leading into the ocean and accommodating large boats and yachts for residents to spend their time on. Residents seek a shared vision of efficient city planning, natural beauty, and infrastructure designed with grace in mind. These family-friendly residents love the safe neighborhoods and curb appeal of Coral Gables. They enjoy exploring the city in unique ways like trolleys, helicopters, and of course - McLaren GTs. 
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Coral Gables’ unique and classy restaurant scene offers something to foodies that few other neighborhoods can touch. The Gramercy’s ‘Hotline Miami’ decor is a dedication to grandeur with the charm of American Brasserie cuisine. Caffe Abbracci, while simpler in its approach to interior design, builds Italian flavors in a high-class environment, and always has a glass of wine to recommend with your grilled octopus

Looking for a high-quality experience with a more intimate and casual setting? Visit Caja Caliente or Bachour Bakery and get a taste of what makes Coral Gables a place that locals never tired of. 
 

Things to Do


Spread love throughout the community by joining the Coastal Cleanup effort and keeping Coral Gables, plus the surrounding areas, beautiful. This community event is held every fourth Saturday in October. There is no feeling as fulfilling as volunteer and community work - and it's the perfect way to protect Miami Beach’s serene waterways and coastal habitats while also meeting like-minded neighbors who take their community and the role they play seriously. For those who appreciate the divinity of nature, you can also experience Coral games in a private sunset air tour via helicopter, go sightseeing in a Jeep, or even take a trip out of town to visit the Everglades, Florida’s own National Park

Support the local arts and community theaters at the GableStage to unwind after a day attuning with nature. Founded in 1978 as the Florida Shakespeare Theatre, this theatre’s mission has been producing quality theatrical productions relevant to South Florida’s multicultural community
 

Schools


Located near Coral Gables in Coconut Grove is one of the top private schools in Miami, the Ransom Everglades School
 
You’ll also find the University of Miami located nearby. This iconic private research university educates approximately 18,000 students across 134 undergraduate programs.

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