Welcome to Coral Gables
A serene and affluent suburb brimming with Spanish charm.
Lauded for its historic architecture and tropical charm, the upscale Coral Gables community makes it an exceptional place to reside. Situated a mere five miles southwest of Miami, getting to and from the city is a breeze. The area is home to a population of 50,226 individuals. A portion of Coral Gables sits along the ocean, while the rest is nestled further inland. Locals have the privilege of living close to the Montgomery Botanical Center, the Lowe Art Museum, Venetian Pool, and numerous other attractions.
Driving through Coral Gables, you’re immediately greeted by the cozy feel of a South Florida suburb. Spanish-style architecture and towering palm trees dominate the tranquil landscape. Nearly all communities feel private and set away from busier locales. Prospective buyers can purchase everything from a coral pastel-colored mid-century to an opulent Old Florida mansion.
What to Love
- Peaceful neighborhoods draped in lush tropical foliage
- Swimming in the historic 1920s Venetian Pool
- Exclusive golf courses, perfect for a round of eighteen holes
- Convenient shopping and access to amenities
Transport yourself to South Florida’s elegant and sophisticated past by relocating to Coral Gables. Surrounded by iconic places such as the Venetian Pool and the Biltmore Hotel Miami Coral Gables, one can easily imagine what luxury living looked like in this city during the 1920s. Residential communities reflect much of this same style and grace, with architecture dating back to the same time period. Around the city, residents have access to golf courses, tennis courts, highly-rated schools, and beautiful parks.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Coral Gables is a vibrant hotspot for high-end shopping and dining. No matter the time of day or occasion, a fabulous experience awaits.
Coral Way is well-known as the Miracle Mile. Tree-lined, upscale, and brimming with sophistication, this is the premier locale for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Along (and near) the Miracle Mile, partake in the cuisine at Hillstone
, The Gramercy Miami
, Graziano’s Market Coral Gables
, Agasajo Restaurant
, Caffe Abbracci
, and Frenchies Diner. Miracle Mile is also home to retailers such as No Boundaries Sport
, Barnes & Noble, Men’s Wearhouse, and MiaCucina.
Elsewhere in Coral Gables, there are many exceptional shopping and dining establishments. Locals highly recommend the menu offerings at Fiola
, Redfish by Chef Adrianne
, Bulla Gastrobar
, Yard House
, and Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
. Additionally, the Shops at Merrick Park
are another fabulous spot for top-tier shopping. Check out what’s new at Goldenbar
, Williams-Sonoma, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Madewell, Anthropologie, J. Crew, and Vineyard Vines.
Things to Do in Coral Gables
Leisure time is an absolute delight in Coral Gables. Bask in the warm weather around an iconic swimming pool, book your tee time at one of several golf courses, or attend a beloved city event.
If you’ve never been to the Venetian Pool
, make it your top priority to visit once you’ve relocated. Built-in 1923, this community pool was constructed from a coral rock quarry. It boasts gorgeous architecture and two waterfalls and is open to the public. Nearby, there are many other spots for outdoor recreation, including the Salvadore Park Tennis Center, Matheson Hammock Park, Biltmore Tennis Center, Riviera Golf Course
, and the Granada Golf Course
Seasonally, be sure to attend one of several major events in Coral Gables. Highlights include the Junior Orange Bowl Parade, as well as Carnaval on the Mile
(a weekend festival of food and entertainment held in early March).
Coral Gables has a superior reputation when it comes to its public schools.