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Come, see the new Coral Gables, one of the original upscale suburban neighborhood in Miami. Starting just south of Coconut Grove RT-1 or South Dixie Highway. Hugging its way along the shoreline of Biscayne Bay, Coral Gables is located west of and to the east of RT1 towards the bay. An upscale tropically landscaped neighborhood of Miami with plenty of sidewalk cafes and chic shops and famous CocoWalk Mall. Please Contact Us or give us a CALL 786-505-4786 if you have a question about the real estate listings options available to you in Coral Gables FL.
Going all the way back to the 1920 land boom, City of Coral Gables is one of the older well established and highly in demand subdivision in Miami. Developed by George Merrick, the city's architecture is almost entirely Mediterranean style, as mandated in the original plan.
The commercial district of the downtown Coral Gables is about four blocks wide and more than two miles in length. The main artery cuts through the business district making it very convenient and easy for residents. Most of the businesses in Coral Gables are within a few blocks walking distance.
Almost as old as the City of Coral Gables, the University of Miami is located just west of US-1 on a 240-acre parcel. Services by free circulator trolley system, which was initiated in November 2003 and runs down Ponce de Leon Boulevard getting around the Coral Gables is easy and fun.
The majority of residences in Coral Gables are single-family homes, but the latest trend in development and scarcity of available land has brought new luxury condo and townhome developments to the City of Coral Gables.
Schools in Coral Gables are part of the Miami-Dade School District. The district has one high school, Coral Gables Senior High School, with grades nine through 12. It also has a K-8 school, Preparatory Academy, with two campuses. including a historic campus located on Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Henry S. West Laboratory Elementary is another school for K-6. Finally, it has two middle schools: George Washington Carver Middle School located on Lincoln Dr, and Ponce de Leon Middle School located East of The University of Miami.