Coral Gables is a global city. HBO Latin America is located here. So are headquarters for Cisneros, Capital Bank, Venevision, Bacardi U.S.A., Del Monte Fresh Produce, American Airlines, and major offices for Bank of America, Kraft Foods Caribbean Sales, and IBM Corporation among some 140 multinational corporations. The City Beautiful, as it is known, is also home to more than 20 consulates and foreign government offices.
It’s been speculated that one of the draws for businesses to this Mediterranean oasis just south of downtown Miami and the Brickell corridor is that Coral Gables is an excellent place to live … and ‘escape” from the city center – and to retire! Along with its wide tree-lined avenues, winding roadways, ample green space, and coral fountains and plazas, Coral Gables also boasts some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country.
The city’s dedicated adherence to strict zoning and building codes is a large part of the reason why Coral Gables is considered one of the most livable places. It’s also conveniently situated just close enough to everything not to be in constant heavy traffic, yet near enough to get where you’re going rather quickly.
From Alhambra Towers, located at the main business intersection of Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Alhambra Circle and Alhambra Plaza, you are 10 minutes from Miami International Airport and PortMiami – two of the largest passenger and cargo hubs in the nation.
Coral Gables blends four-star hotels, world-class cuisine, and elegant shopping with championship golf, tennis and marine facilities to create a unique community, which suites both the needs of business and the personal tastes of the truly discriminating. The city of 50,000 residents also has a world-class university in its backyard, The University of Miami.
Alhambra Towers sits on a triangular full city block at the very crossroads of the city’s thriving business center filled with high-end and eclectic shops and a variety of dining options.
The building is accessible from all major north/south, east/west thoroughfares. It is astride the city’s grand boulevard (Alhambra Plaza/Alhambra Circle) and therefore, is highly visible from all sides.