Centrally located and easily accessible.
Gables Station is located in Coral Gables and neighbors Coconut Grove, between Brickell and South Miami. The location is right off of US1 and steps away from the Metrorail making for an easy commute to Miami’s work hubs.
Just across the street is Merrick Park, an al fresco luxury mall. Ask any local and they’ll confirm that Merrick Park is a lively space utilized for shopping, dining and leisurely walks. This high-end, dog-friendly mall is anchored by Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom and includes new tenants such as a Blo Blow Dry Bar, Lululemon, and SoulCycle. Popular attractions include a pediatrician's office, Crate & Barrel and designer boutiques including Gucci, Diane von Furstenberg, and Michael Kors. Restaurants include a French bistro, coffee shop, contemporary Italian eatery, and more.
Downtown Coral Gables
Coral Gables’ Downtown, less than two miles away, is a year round business center and home to more than 150 multinational corporations. It’s always busy in Downtown Coral Gables, with white table cloth restaurants, authentic ethnic spots, gastropubs, specialty stores, and boutiques, it is a place to live, work and play. A history museum and art cinema are located the center of the Downtown area across the street from Books & Books, Miami’s iconic independent bookstore.
Seasonal events in the neighborhood include the Farmer’s Market, held in a park right across from City Hall, Giralda Under The Stars, one of many live music street fairs, a monthly art walk, and various festivals and community activities.
Coral Gables’ Downtown is currently undergoing a more than $20 million makeover. The Streetscape project will transform Miracle Mile and Giralda Avenue into more pedestrian-friendly streets with a fresh new look and feel.
Just outside of Downtown, you’ll find plenty of community amenities including golf courses, a youth center, GableStage at The Biltmore, and Venetian Pool.
The closest residential area to Gables Station is Coral Gables’ MacFarlane Homestead District, located just across US1. The long-time residents of this area make up the Lola B. Walker Homeowner’s Foundation, and they have voiced their support and endorsement for this project.
NP International has been in conversation over the planning period with the members of the LBW Homeowner’s Foundation and overall, this neighborhood has made clear their excitement over the project. They anticipate positive economic impacts and opportunities and look forward to the additional amenities and accessible shopping, the aesthetic improvements to their neighborhood, increased walkability, and the expanded trolley system.
Coconut Grove, Miami’s oldest neighborhood, is located just past the MacFarlane Homestead District. The area is known as a bohemian enclave within the city. The Grove, as it’s commonly called, is just one mile away from Gables Station.
Coconut Grove’s appeal includes public waterfront parks, a marina, a thriving independent shopping scene, local bars, and a movie theater.
Just over a mile away from Gables Station, is the University of Miami, a top 100 university and research center that is home to about 16,700 students and an additional 14,000 full-time and part-time faculty and staff. The university's 260 acre Coral Gables campus will now be connected through the NP International funded addition to trolley system.