The Grove, also known as Coconut Grove, is one of Miami-Dade County’s oldest continuously inhabited neighborhoods. The neighborhood is roughly bordered by North Prospect Drive to the south, LeJeune Road to the west, South Dixie Highway (US 1) and Rickenbacker Causeway to the north, and Biscayne Bay to the east. Brickell and The Roads are to the south, and Coral Gables is to the east.
Coconut Grove was formed in 1925 when Miami annexed two areas of about equal size, the city of Coconut Grove and most of Silver Bluff. The Coconut Grove ZIP Code is approximately the same as ZIP Code 33133, although it includes parts of Coral Way and Coral Gables.
Coconut Grove lies at the northern terminus of US State Route 1 or at the end of Interstate 95. US 1 also bounds the neighborhood to the north and spans Biscayne Beach to the south. WIthin the neighborhood are two sub neighborhoods namely Northeast Coconut Grove, and Southwest Coconut Grove which are both accessed via Main Highway/Bayshore Drive. Other roads serving the community include Douglas Road and SW 42nd Avenue which forms the western border; and S Miami Avenue which spans north towards Brickell.
Points of interest in Coconut Grove include Charles Avenue, a historic street in Coconut Grove. It is one of the oldest streets in South Florida; CocoWalk, an open-air shopping mall at Grand Avenue; Dinner Key, a marina complex at Pan American Drive; The First Coconut Grove Schoolhouse, a historic school located at Devon Road; The Plymouth Congregational Church is a historic church located at 3429 Devon Road corner of Main Highway; The Trapp Homestead is a historic home at 2521 South Bayshore Drive; The Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove, a historic woman’s club at S Bayshore Drive; and Grove Isle is a 20-acre (81,000 m2) island lying off the north-east coast of Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood.
Coconut Grove is also home to cultural institutions such as Coconut Grove Playhouse, Marjory Stoneman Douglas Home, The Barnacle Historic State Park, The Kampong and Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Miami-Dade Public Library operates area public libraries in the neighborhood.
Coconut Grove is directly served by the Miami Metrorail at Coconut Grove and Douglas Road stations.
Coconut Grove coordinates: 25°43′N 80°15′W