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Coral Gables, FL: What you need to know

Looking to move to Coral Gables, FL? We’ve got everything you want to know about the key factors that could make this the best place for you, including Coral Gables, FL real estate. In fact, we named it one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live in 2015.

Coral Gables, or the City Beautiful, is located just 15 minutes southwest of Miami and is one of’s Top 10 Cities for Book Lovers. With a rich history and the University of Miami within its limits, Coral Gables’ coastal location offers a host of outdoor activities like golfing and fishing, premier shopping opportunities, and a variety of dining choices.


Coral Gables, FL City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 50,059
Median Age 41
Median Household Income $93,934
Median Home Price $627,700
Walkscore 56

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Coral Gables, FL Demographics

Median Population in Coral Gables, FL

Median Age 41.4%
Age 18 Over 83%
Age 21 Over 73.2%
Age 62 Over 21.5%
Age 65 Over 17.3%

Race in Coral Gables, FL

  Ethnicity White 90.8%
  Ethnicity Black 3.9%
  Ethnicity Asian 2.4%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 55.7%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.1%
  Ethnicity Other 1%

Population By Gender in Coral Gables, FL

  Male 49.5%
  Female 50.5%

Language in Coral Gables, FL

  English Only 39.8%
  English Other 60.2%

Economics in Coral Gables, FL

  Median Household Income $93,934
  Median Home Price $627,700
  Homes Owned 36.3%
  Homes Rent 63.7%
  Median Property Rent $1,301

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Commute Types in Coral Gables, FL

  Walked 4.6%
  Worked at Home 7.7%
  Public Transportation 2.8%
  Other Means 2.3%
  Drove Alone 76.5%
  Carpooled 6%

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Total Employed Armed Forces: 8
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