The Plaza Coral Gables Revitalizes Historic Miami Neighborhood
WITH NEW DINING, SHOPPING, BUSINESS, LODGING, AND ENTERTAINMENT
NEWS & PRESS
The Plaza Coral Gables is revitalizing this city business district section while keeping the beauty and balance of its design as a priority while bringing a full range of services and opportunities to the community, including a 4.5 Star Loews hotel with meeting space for business and social events, class “A” offices, street-level shopping and dining areas, residential lofts and apartments. The new design incorporates a 1-acre open to the public plaza facing Ponce de Leon Blvd. and the soon-to-be-improved Ponce Circle Park.
The Plaza Is No Longer An Idea, It Is Now A Reality
The Plaza Coral Gables will offer top-tier retail options to make it the best shopping experience through its beautiful architectural design and lifestyle scene.
DINE & ENTERTAINMENT
The Plaza Coral Gables will house a variety of premium and world-class dining and entertainment integrated throughout the project. You’ll surely find options to enjoy with friends and family.
From studios to 3- bedroom residences and lofts, these 174 apartments will have the convenience of enjoying all that The Plaza Coral Gables has to offer by simply taking an elevator ride.
With a centrally located, sought-after address, The Plaza Coral Gables offers premier businesses a work environment that is reflective of their own standards.
Loews Coral Gables offers a new level of hospitality just four blocks from the Gables’ iconic Miracle Mile. Featuring 242 guestrooms with a modern design, luxury amenities, spa, fitness center, pool, restaurants and lounges.
In addition to its many dining and entertainment options, The Plaza Coral Gables will be the home to some of the finest public art in the world. Among the main art on display is Jean-Michel Othoniel’s “Coral Fountains,” a stunning organic fountain sculpture made of gilded or mirrored beads that represents Coral Gables’ reputation as the pearl of South Florida; Tony Cragg’s “Mean Average,” a deep brown, tall, abstract sculpture that merges materials and unconventional shapes to draw the viewer in and allow them to perceive their surroundings differently.