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1,673 people live in Coconut Grove, where the median age is 26.3 and the average individual income is $73,930.24. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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A Guide to Living in
Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods and is comfortably tucked between Brickell and Coral Gables. Many of the homes are waterfront or within walking distance of Biscayne Bay. The community takes pride in its lush greenery, narrow streets, wildlife preserves, bayfront access, well-preserved structures, and ivy-coated brick walls. The charm that is Coconut Grove extends for a mere 5.6 square miles and has a population of approximately 20,076.
Coconut Grove, located between Brickell and Coral Gables in Miami, is a neighborhood boasting 5.6 square miles of lush greenery and charmingly narrow streets. Home to around 20,076 people - the area knows how best to preserve its wildlife and preserves bayfront access along with beautiful ivy-coated brick walls for all visitors who want an excuse for outdoor exploration!
Coconut Grove offers various dining options, including Atchana's Homegrown Thai, Bombay Darbar Indian Restaurant, Monty's Restaurant and Raw Bar, Strada, Greenstreet Cafe, upscale vegan restaurant Planta, and laid-back burger and sandwich favorite LoKal. Visitors can also find ice cream shops, coffee shops, and Fireman Derek's Bake Shop, known for its pies.
Coconut Grove's unique real estate market includes various housing options, from historic Spanish and Mediterranean-style homes to modern condos. The average single-family home features lot sizes between 9,000 - 11,000 square feet, with an average price per square foot of $669. Only 15% of the area boasts 20,000 or more sq ft in land size while having a median value of around $1.28 million
Coconut Grove offers many green spaces and parks for visitors to enjoy, including Kennedy Park, which is a waterfront park that provides an off-leash dog area, outdoor gym, walking path, beach volleyball, and A.C.'s Icees. Peacock Park is within walking distance from the business district and encompasses a 9.4-acre bayfront space with a basketball court, softball field, soccer field, playground, peacock aviary, and a skatepark. The Kampong and Vizcaya Museum & Gardens also allow visitors to explore historic subtropical-style Italian villas and gardens with century-old plants.
Coconut Grove is home to several renowned schools, including George W. Carver Elementary School, Ransom Everglades School, St. Hugh Catholic School, St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School, and Coconut Grove Montessori School.
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