Biscayne Bay View View has the highest concentration of arts and culture destinations in Miami, including Gallery Walk and GableStage. GableStage brings together local and international artists on stage and is often chosen for southeastern premieres. Other places of interest near the neighborhood include Coral Gables Museum, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, and Deering Bay Marina at 13610 Deering Bay Drive, Coral Gables.
Miracle Mile shopping center gives residents a complete tropical shopping experience. Its downtown area is home to specialty stores and international restaurants.
Biscayne Bay View Miami is attracting businessmen with the rise of commercial businesses within and near the neighborhood of Coral Gables, which has been named as the “Fine Dining Capital of South Florida.” Seasons 52, Ortanique, Fratellino, Bulla Gastrobar, Hillstone and Havana Harry’s are some of the fine dining restos that residents and tourists frequent.
Located southwest of Downtown Miami, Biscayne Bay View is bordered by the Erwin Road on its west, SW 80th Street on its North and Old Cutler Road on its northeast. It is close to Sunset Acres, Biscayne Bay View Sea, Cocoplum, The Hammocks, Sunrise Harbour, and Gables Estates, which are all within the well-maintained and upscale neighborhood of Coral Gables.
Residents benefit from the city’s governance that maintains its boulevards, fountains, and winding roads. Being one of the first to adopt the Historical Resource Ordinance, Coral Gables hosts many beautifully preserved local landmarks and buildings including Coral Gables Merrick House, Coral Gables City Hall, Douglas Entrance and Venetian Pool.
Another one of the factors that attract entrepreneurs to the neighborhood is its proximity to Miami International Airport, which is just 22 minutes away by car.