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Coral Way is a neighborhood in Miami demarcated by the Coral Way road established by George Merrick. The early 20th century architecture blending with its urban boulevard makes Coral Way homes a favorite among home buyers.

The Neighborhood

Coral Way is within the Miami-Dade County, along the Coral Way road along SW 22nd Street that serves as the main thoroughfare between Miami and Coral Gables.

The neighborhood came about in 1922 when its citrus lined streets developed to include streetcar tracks at the middle of the road, which connected the communities of Downtown Miami to Coral Gables. By 1929, the community started a Roadside Beautification Program and planted 1,200 Banyan trees along the boulevard. The beautiful Coral Way Boulevard transects Miami between Brickell Avenue and SW 37th Avenue.

Coral Way has number of sub-neighborhoods including Bryan Park, South Miami, Silver Bluff, Coral Gate, Shenandoah, Vizcaya-Roads, Golden Pines and Parkdale-Lyndale.

Coral Gate is at the north of Coral Way, east of SW 37th Avenue, south of SW 16th Street, west of SW 32nd Avenue. It serves as the border of Golden Pines to the south and Coral Gables to the west. Coral Gate’s east and north borders have walls and street barriers that prohibit passage of vehicles.

The sub-neighborhood of Golden Pines is at the east of Coral Gables bounded by SW 22nd Street to the north, 27th Avenue to the east, South Dixie Highway to the south and 37th Avenue to the west.

Silver Bluff sub-neighborhood is along the south of Coral Way road, east of SW 27th Avenue, west of SW 17th Avenue and north of South Dixie Highway. A larger part of the community, City of Silver Bluff, belongs to the City of Miami in 1926.

Shenandoah is the most important and famous of the sub-neighborhoods, as it is where many of the Mission Revival Style homes from the 1920s to 1930s are. The historic community’s borders include SW 9th Street to the north, SW 27th Avenue to the west, Coral Way to the south and SW 12th Avenue to the east. It is directly south of Little Havana.

Residents of Coral Way commute via the Metrobus and Miami Metrorail at the following stations: Coconut Grove (US 1 and West 27th Avenue/SR 9), Vizcaya (US 1 and West First Avenue/South Dixie Highway) and Douglas Road (SW 37th Avenue/US 1).

Coral Way residents need only to drive 15 minutes to reach Miami International Airport. South Beach and American Airlines Arena are only less than 20 minutes away, while Bal Harbour Shops is only a 32-minute trip by car.
Coral Way

Things To Do

Coral Way is more than just a boulevard. Here residents also go for a shop at Miracle Marketplace that hosts a large collection of chain retailers, casual dining and free parking. Among its tenants are Nordstrom Rack, Marshalls, DSW Shoe Warehouse, Michael’s and Bed Bath & Beyond.

Coral Way spoils its residents with lush greenery and it is evident in the number of parks within and near the neighborhood such as Douglas Park, Coral Gate Park and Shenandoah Park. Shenandoah Park at SW 21 Avenue is open from sunrise to sunset and features swimming pools, fitness centers, basketball courts and tennis courts. The park also offers programs such as summer and winter camp and tennis lessons.

Coral Way is not only a neighborhood rich in historic dwellings. Food lovers also gush over the meals served at the restaurants lining the boulevard. Some of the must visit include Miami’s Best Rainy Day Hideaway – Oporto Café, a casual bistro that serves Brazilian and Portuguese meals along with the best wine selections and Old Lisbon Restaurant that cook up seafood meals sure to fill even the hungriest tummies.

Monserrate Restaurant Miami, Mykonos, Maria’s Greek Restaurant, Yum Yum Chinese Restaurant and Jardim de Portugal are some of the restaurants in Coral Way.

For a nightcap, Coral Way residents head out to Jada Coles for cocktails, happy hour, live music and a game of pool. For a round of laughs, Just The Funny is also a must visit.

Top Restaurants In Coral Way

1. Plate
2105 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 854-1888

2. Doggi’s Arepa Bar
1246 SW 22nd St
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 854-6869

3. Kamiko Sushi Bar
1401 SW 22nd St Coral Gables
Miami, FL 33145
(786) 391-2149

4. Xixón Spanish Restaurant
2101 SW 22nd St
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 854-9350

5. Sandwi2go
1711 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(786) 398-8827

6. Bocaito Spanish Cuisine
1801 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 856-8818

7. Casabe 305 Bistro
1762 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 302-5160

8. Maria’s Greek Restaurant
2359 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 856-0938

9. Coco Baleadas
1721 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 603-7528

10. Monserrate Restaurant
2093 Coral Way
Miami, FL 33145
(305) 856-8525

Communities

Coral Way is home to luxurious high-rise condominium buildings. This includes:

Condos in Coral Way

Neighborhoods in Coral Way

Schools

Children living in Coral Way are under the Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Students can choose to attend the following elementary schools: Coral Way Elementary School, Silver Bluff Elementary School, Shenandoah Elementary School, Merrick Educational Center, Coral Way K-8 School, Frances S Tucker Elementary School. The nearest middle school is Shenandoah Middle School. The neighborhood also hosts a number of private schools including Brito Miami Private School, Lincoln Marti School and Jose Marti Schools. Shenandoah Library is also within the neighborhood.

The full list of Coral Way schools includes:

George Washington Carver Middle School
4901 Lincoln Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33133

Design & Architecture Senior High School
4001 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33137

Mast Academy
3979 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

New World School of the Arts
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

School for Advanced Studies-Wolfson
25 Northeast 2nd Street, Miami, FL 33132

Ada Merritt K-8 Center
660 Southwest 3rd Street, Miami, FL 33130

Young Women’s Preparatory Academy
1150 Southwest 1st Street, Miami, FL 33130

Mater Grove Academy
2805 Southwest 32nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33133

Miami Arts Charter School
3900 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137

International Studies Charter Middle School
2480 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135

International Studies Preparatory Academy
1570 Madruga Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33146

I Preparatory Academy
1500 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132

Real Estate Trends

Coral Way is among Miami’s most historic neighborhoods. Homes for sale reflect early 20th century architectures. Home styles vary widely from 1920s Mission Revival Style and Bungalow to 1930s Art Deco.

The market of Coral Way show an increase of $22,000 or 7% in the past year, with average price per square foot rising to $286 from $266. All properties for sale in Coral Way have a median sales price of $360,000, showing a 6.5% appreciation year over year.

The biggest growth is seen in 3-bedroom properties with a 31.1% appreciation from a median sales price of $379,000 in 2015 to $497,000 in 2016. It is followed by single bedroom properties with a 25% increase in median sales price at $250,000 versus $200,000 from last year.

Median rent is currently at $2,550, not far from the average of Miami. This could be due to the fact that the number of renters and homeowners do not differ much. The median household income of residents is valued at $40,093.


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