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The shopping center's main entry
Location Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida
Address 3015 Grand Avenue
Opening date November, 1990
Developer Constructa US, Inc. and Steiner + Associates, Inc.
Management PMAT Real Estate Investments, L. L. C.
Owner PMAT Real Estate Investments, L. L. C.
Architect Design International
No. of stores and services 30+
No. of anchor tenants 1
Total retail floor area 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2)
No. of floors 4
Parking 840

CocoWalk is an upscale lifestyle center in the Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, Florida. The center houses over thirty stores and services, including a movie theater, shops, and multiple restaurants. Subsequently renamed The Gallery at CocoWalk by its former owners, Thor Equities, the mall is currently owned by PMAT Real Estate Investments, L. L. C.


When CocoWalk opened in November, 1990, AMC Cocowalk 16 Theaters was the center's first and only anchor. Phase II of the center was completed in 1994, adding eight more screens and totaling the cinema's composition to sixteen. In 2002, Phase III was completed, a four story office building. The entire first and most of the second floor allowed for the expansion of Gap. Recently, the movie theater has undergone renovations, and reopened as Paragon Grove 13, branded under Muvico Theaters, on June 4, 2010. The center is also anchored by Victoria's Secret and Maui Nix Surf Shop



CocoWalk is designed by architecture firm, Design International.

External links

  • CocoWalk official website
  • Chili's CocoWalk blog
  • CocoWalk on architecture firm Design International's website
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