This historic neighborhood, often referred to by locals as “The Grove,” has roots dating back to the 1800s and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited areas in South Florida. Characterized by lush scenery, bayside views and a laid-back atmosphere, Coconut Grove is located south of the Brickell neighborhood and east of Coral Gables.
It’s a pedestrian-friendly area that features outdoor cafes, eye-catching boutiques and a vibrant nightlife. Directly serviced by the Metrorail and bordered by LeJeune Road, Coconut Grove is home to The Barnacle Historic State Park and The Kampong tropical garden. Coconut Grove’s ideal location on Biscayne Bay also makes it a popular destination for boat enthusiasts.
Education and institutions
Coconut Grove Elementary School
George W. Carver Elementary School
George Washington Carver middle school
Academy of Arts and Minds Charter High School
George Washington Carver Senior High School
The Miami Science Museum
Ransom Everglades School
St. Hugh Catholic School
Immaculata-Lasalle High School
Coconut Grove Montessori School