The City of Coral Gables is long known for its beautiful Mediterranean inspired architecture, historic landmarks and superior municipal services, including an accredited fire and police department. Also, 175 multinational corporations have positioned this area as their Latin American Headquarters. It is located four miles from Miami International Airport and six miles from the Port of Miami, “the cruise capital of the world”.
Coral Gables offers a wide range of housing choices including condominiums, rental apartments and single family homes with an average sale price of $767,000. Unique to the South Gables area are many exclusive, gated waterfront communities with varying architectural styles including Cocoplum, Old Cutler Bay, Journey’s End, Gables Estates, Hammock Oaks, Snapper Creek Lakes, Gables by the Sea, and Deering Bay. Residential sales in this area for 2017 average $1,874,000. Property values have increased exponentially throughout the city, in part, because of strictly enforced building regulations, zoning codes and community maintenance.
Of the 51,000 Gables residents, 64% have college degrees. The University of Miami , one of the largest private research universities in the southeast, has its 260-acre main campus located here along with Gulliver Preparatory School and an International Baccalaureate program at Coral Gables Senior High.
There are three hospitals, a public library, ten motel/hotels, five museums, numerous art galleries, theaters and cinemas, more than 120 restaurants, 22 parks, two public and two private golf courses and fantastic shopping at Miracle Mile and Merrick Park.
Coral Gables is home to the recently renovated 1920’s premier hotel resort, Biltmore Hotel and Country Club, a national historic landmark, the Venetian Pool, originally a rock quarry built in 1923, later converted into a community pool with the old world charm of Venice, Matheson Hammock Park and Marina, and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Fairchild is one of the world’s preeminent botanic gardens, with extensive collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees, tropical fruit trees, vines, and succulents. This 83-acre garden is among the region’s most popular visitor attractions and offers tours along with a variety of programs in environmental education, conservation and horticulture.
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