Originally settled in the 1800s, Coconut Grove remains a charming, bayside village within the urban dynamic of Miami. The Grove, as it’s commonly called, is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami.
The pedestrian friendly village center in Coconut Grove is filled with sidewalk cafes, galleries and boutiques. The small bohemian village feel is countered by recognizable chain restaurants, but small local cafes, college bars and independent boutiques still line the streets.
Coconut Grove’s relaxed atmosphere extends into the many open-air bay front parks in the area, including Peacock Park, Kennedy Park, The Barnacle Historic State Park and more.
Coconut Grove provides an ideal environment for families to put down lasting roots and take their place in the area’s evolving story. The Grove is known for its world-class schools: there are seven private schools in the neighborhood, the oldest of which dates back to 1903