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Coconut Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood in Miami in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It is south of neighborhoods such as Brickell, and the Roads, as well as being east of Coral Gables. The area has thick vegetation, lending itself to the name Coconut Grove, and one can really get the experience of tropical Floridian living in this neighborhood. Coconut Grove was originally formed in 1925 when the city of Miami annexed two area that were about equal in size and formed them into the city of Coconut Grove and the majority of the town of Silver Bluff. Earlier back still, in 1825, several generations of immigrants established the area during the time the Cape Florida lighthouse first went into operation. Over the many decades, the area saw a large amount of Northeastern Americans coming down for the agricultural benefits as well as the weather. Throughout its history, Coconut Grove has been a well-preserved slice of Florida’s wild side, and is highly praised by visitors and residents alike.
Coconut Grove gets the typical Florida experience with high heats and high humidity stretching throughout the year. Very rarely does the temperature drop beneath fifty degrees Fahrenheit. The most humid months tend to be June through August, and the precipitation is noticeable. Coconut Grove can also experience heavy rainfall and occasional thunderstorms, which rarely leads to flooding from the nearby bodies of water.
Coconut Grove is a phenomenal place to get out and experience some of Florida’s natural beauty, whether it is in the world famous waters of the Venetian pool or with one of the many local events that keep Coconut Grove a lively place for entertainment and fun
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens – 3251 S Miami Ave – (305) 250-9133
Shake a Leg Miami – 2620 S Bayshore Dr – (305) 858-5550
Coconut Grove Saturday Organic Market – 3300 Grand Ave – (305) 238-7747
Grovetoberfest – 2820 McFarland Rd – (305) 461-2700
Coconut Grove is a shopper’s best friend. Fashionistas, treasure hunters, tourists and retail warriors alike can all find some much needed retail therapy throughout Coconut Grove. With a spattering of big chains mixed in with charming local venues and boutiques, you can find a menagerie of pretty much anything you are looking for within Coconut Grove
CocoWalk – 3015 Grand Ave – (305) 444-0777
Celestial Treasures – 3444 Main Hwy – (786) 502-9112
The Fashionista – 3135 Commodore Plz – (305) 443-4331
The Loft Salon and Boutique – 31920 Commodore Plz – (305) 890-9790
Coconut Grove isn’t just about the tropical tastes, though you can find plenty of that as well. Coconut Grove combines fantastic dishes and cuisines from all over the world, whether it is with fantastic French food, downhome cooking or stellar spice from India, you can always find something to more than please the palette
Bombay Darbar – 2901 Florida Ave – (786) 475-6098
Lokal – 3190 Commodore Plz – (305) 442-3377
Neighborhood Bistro – 2779 Bird Ave – (305) 967-8170
Peacock Garden Café – 2889 McFarlane Rd – (305) 774-3332
Coconut Grove is a great place to really enjoy the night. There is plenty in the way of clubs, lounges, bars and breweries for the most discerning of night owls. No matter what the night has you craving, you can definitely find it in Coconut Grove, and then some
Fat Tuesday – 3015 Grand Ave Ste 260
Barracuda Bar & Grill – 3035 Fuller St – (305) 918-9013
Happy Wine in the Grove – 2833 Bird Ave – (305) 460-9939
Vinos In the Grove – 3409 Main Hwy – (305) 442-8840
Coconut Grove isn’t just a great place to retire, it’s also a great place to raise a family. With a fantastic school system in place for any age, Coconut Grove can keep your kids in a nice educational program while you head off to enjoy the scenery or some shopping
MCA Academy – 2911 Grand Avenue – (305) 442-2283
Coconut Grove Ballet – 2829 Bird Ave – (305) 448-0336
Coconut Grove Montessori School – 2850 SW 27th Ave – (305) 444-4484
LaSalle High School – 3601 S Miami Ave – (305) 854-2039
Population Density: 8,006
Median Age: 39.7
Male / Female Ratio: 1.0:1
For those who are looking to make the move to Coconut Grove, the local job market is not in short supply. There are a feature of many big names and hubs, as well as smaller boutiques, shops and restaurants that can make use of all kinds of varying talent residents might have to offer
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce – 1920 Meridian Ave – (305) 674-1300
City of Miami Beach FL – 1700 Convention Center Dr – (305) 673-7000
United Way of Miami-Dade – 3250 SW 3rd Ave – (305) 860-3000
Sutherland Global Services – 3111 N University Dr – (954) 227-3258
Coconut Grove has a fantastic location and history to it, allowing for plenty of exploration and adventuring through the local area. Whether it is historical buildings, festivities or any kind of other local attraction, you can find plenty to explore in Coconut Grove
Venetian Pool – 2701 De Soto Blvd – (305) 460-5306
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens – 3251 S Miami Ave – (305) 250-9133
Freedom Tower – 600 Biscayne Blvd – (305) 237-7700
Charlotte Jane Memorial Park Cemetery – 3575 South Douglas Road
Coconut Grove is one of the best places for residents and visitors alike to get the Florida experience. Not only do you have the tropical vegetation and wildlife all around you, but plenty in the way of local events, festivals and, of course, the convenience of Miami being just a stone’s throw away. No matter what you are shopping for, Coconut Grove has the perfect blend of big chains meets local charm to give you everything from fashion to fishing. If you get tuckered out from shopping, there are plenty of restaurants to enjoy a tasty bite and the scenery at the same time. Coconut Grove isn’t just great for tourists, mind. For those who are looking to expand their career, find a gorgeous home in the Miami area, or are looking for a fantastic education system, Coconut Grove has all you need. Visitors and residents alike can really get a high quality of both visit and living from Coconut Grove.
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