#BlueGrove is one of four quarterly initiatives in the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District. This seasonal campaign focused on water-quality awareness, is connecting a series of interrelated events inspiring businesses to take a leadership role in providing smart, sustainable options to their customers and guests.
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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
In order to get the Coconut Grove community back out and once again enjoying its enriched natural environment, the BID has been hosting micro-events. Instead of aggregating people in one place, the moments and events will cause people to walk through the space and enjoy life outside in the walkable neighborhood. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
To keep restaurants\’ doors open and retain staffs, while helping to feed a restaurant-going community, the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID) have found a novel way to help. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE
On Thursday, March 5, the new Coconut Grove visitor center was unveiled by William Talbert, president and CEO of the GMCVB at Coconut Village. The expansion is part of a greater effort by the GMCVB and Coconut Grove BID to ensure that visitors and the local community have access to information throughout the city’s multiple and diverse neighborhoods.
Michael Comras, president and CEO of The Comras Co. and a retail broker in Miami, is extremely bullish on the village of Coconut Grove. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE