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Why Miami’s Coconut Grove Neighborhood Has Become A ‘Real Estate Hotspot’

The pandemic accelerated the Grove’s popularity, attracting transplants from New York, Chicago and California due to its proximity to all things great about Miami — including well-regarded private schools, a relatively quick drive to downtown, sophisticated dining, bayside parks and the revitalized Dinner Key pleasure boat marina.

Lemartec Completes Grove Bay Marina Hangars, Strengthening A Historic Miami Landmark

The historic air and sea gateway to Miami has been restored and strengthened with the completion of an important construction project that consists of the retrofit and renovation of two historic steel hangars located in the heart of Coconut Grove. Rebuilding the iconic hangars rather than repurposing the land allows the district to retain the view residents and visitors have enjoyed for decades. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Leading Coconut Grove’s Business Improvement District Into Its Brightest Days

For the people of Coconut Grove to be at their best, the spirit of the Grove must be constantly worked and energized – and that task is performed by the team at the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District. The BID plays a pivotal role in the success of the entire district, partly by managing the upkeep of the area’s charming streetscape and by supporting and sustaining the economic viability of the community. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Luxury Hotel Group Moves Headquarters To Miami\’s Coconut Grove From Los Angeles

SH Hotel & Resorts has leased 5,800 square feet on the fifth floor of Bayview Executive Plaza, in Coconut Grove.. The decision to move its headquarters from Los Angeles to Miami was made last year in order to be closer to 1 Hotel South Beach and the substantially completed headquarters of SH Hotels\’ parent company, Starwood Capital Group, a private investment firm with $120 billion under management. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Will Miami City Hall In Coconut Grove Be The Next Municipal Domino To Fall?

In 1954, the Miami City Hall moved into the former Pan American Airways System terminal in Coconut Grove, where it currently resides. The question is now whether as Miami negotiates a deal to build an administration building beside Miami Freedom Park, will plans include a new city hall, freeing the city’s historic Coconut Grove home for something else? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

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