Coconut Grove Condos and Neighborhood Guide
Founded in 1873, Coconut Grove is Miami’s oldest neighborhood. It is oft described as a Bohemianesque village with a relaxed vibe that is refreshingly unique to Miami. Its pedestrian-friendly streets are filled with sidewalk cafes and restaurants, specialty boutiques, and art galleries. At the center of Coconut Grove is CocoWalk – a 198,000-square foot, open air retail center with shops, restaurants, bars, and movie theater.
Coconut Grove has a number of lush, waterfront parks, which include Peacock Park, Kennedy Park, and the recently opened, $6M+ Regatta Park. These open green spaces are the perfect place for residents of Coconut Grove condos to walk, run, and do yoga. Additionally, Coconut Grove is home to three historic, bayfront landmarks: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, The Kampong, and The Barnacle.
For those looking to call this charming neighborhood home, a number of luxury condominium developments can be found in Coconut Grove such as Grovenor House, Ritz-Carlton, and Residences at Vizcaya. Future condo developments include Grove at Grand Bay, One Park Grove, Two Park Grove, and Park Grove Club Residences. Coconut Grove condos offer some of the best views in Miami, with views overlooking Regatta Park, Dinner Key Marina, and Biscayne Bay,
Coconut Grove condos are located just 10 minutes from Brickell, 12 minutes from Key Biscayne, 20 minutes from the Miami International Airport, and 20 minutes from South Beach.