There’s a reason this jewel is called ‘The City Beautiful” with it’s architectural gems, abundant parks, mature trees and well-planned urban spaces. Originally designed by George Merrick in the 1920’s, Coral Gables is one of the nation’s most successful models of how a planned and well-zoned city can thrive over time and retain its charm and property values.
I have lived in Coral Gables all my life and raised my three children here, where I have been an active, involved member of the community. In addition to outstanding property value, Coral Gables provides a convenient location in the heart of Miami, exceptional public and private schools and unparalleled services from garbage pick up to parks, recreational and cultural opportunities.
Coral Gables offers small town living with the sophistication of theater, music, museums, the University of Miami, nationally renowned restaurants and shopping as well as unique destinations including the historical Biltmore Hotel, the Venetian Pool and Fairchild Tropical Gardens. From deep waterways with ocean access to public tennis, golf, parks and youth centers, Coral Gables offers a lifestyle that is unparalleled in South Florida.