Coral Gables, dubbed the “City Beautiful,” is a stately suburb steeped in history. It was founded in the 1920s by real estate developer George Merrick and is one of the earliest and most successfully planned residential communities in Florida. Coral Gables is characterized by its abundance of Mediterranean architecture, ivy-covered houses, wide tree-lined streets, lush waterways, fountains and landscaped plazas, and historical landmarks. Notably, the Biltmore Hotel and Resort, which dates back to 1925 and the beloved Venetian Pool, a unique aquatic facility built in 1923, are at the center of this elegant and historic community.

Residents live in quiet neighborhoods with superior municipal services. Miles of inlets and waterways, navigable by small boats, and surrounding opulent estates with yacht access and “no bridges to bay,” provide access to Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Properties in Coral Gables range from historic homes, to idyllic Spanish style villas, along with large estates. There are also seven unique and enchanting “villages” or compound houses built in varying styles. There is the French Normandy Village, Italian Village, Chinese Village, French City Village, French Pioneer Village/Colonial Village, French Country Village, and Dutch South African Village. Later developments include higher-end waterfront communities such as Cocoplum, Gables by the Sea, Gables Estates, Old Cutler Bay, and Deering Bay.

Coral Gables also has an established and thriving business sector, known as the headquarters to many Latin American companies, and for its concentration of multinational corporations. Its vibrant downtown area known as Miracle Mile, along with commercial and entertainment centers like The Shops of Merrick Park, are home to a plethora of businesses, high-end shopping, restaurants, theaters, and art galleries. There are private and public golf courses, and tennis centers, including the historic Biltmore Hotel, and the private Riviera Country Club, and performing arts theaters such as GableStage, and the Miracle Theater.

Coral Gables is also home to the University of Miami, a renowned private research institution, founded in 1925 and the Coral Gables Youth Center, a popular recreational facility for both youth and adults. Nature lovers will find Coral Gables to be a dream as well with access to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (80 sprawling acres of colorful, lush rainforest and coastal habitat) and Matheson Hammock Park and Marina on Old Cutler Road (630 acres of waterfront access and trails). Decidedly ideal places for outdoor enthusiasts and families alike, whether you enjoy hiking, biking, or just relaxing in the sun.


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