Welcome to Douglas Entrance, the only business park in Coral Gables and a city landmark. Douglas Entrance offers on - site options for food and drink, abundant garage parking and exceptional access to the region’s most important transportation infrastructure and business centers, including:

  • Brickell and Downtown (4.0 miles east)
  • Miami International Airport (2.5 miles north)
  • SR 836 / Dolphin Expressway (2.0 miles north)
  • US-1 (2.2 miles south)
  • Miami Beach (9.0 miles east)

From the iconic entry arch and bell tower to the tropical landscaping and expansive courtyards, Douglas Entrance Office Parc is a premier Class A business campus offering everything a company could need in one location.

New Ownership and Renovations

Banyan Street Capital and Oaktree Capital Management have embarked on a multi - million - dollar renovation to Douglas Entrance. The property’s histori cal charm is and will continue to be preserved, while enhancements to both exteriors and interiors of the Class A office buildings have produced state of the art office environments.

Upgrades to the property’s indoor common areas and amenities span the main office lobbies, elevators, corridors, restrooms, fitness center, parking garage, directional signage, new artwork and a new tenant conference center. On the exterior, ownership has committed to a full - scale beautification of the complex’s landscaping and courtyard settings. Outdoor furniture and Wi - Fi access provide tenants the opportunity to expand their work area to these picturesque environments.

About Us

History of Douglas entrance

In 1925, George Merrick drew from the Garden City and City Beautiful architectural movements of the 19th and 20th century to create one of the nation’s first fully-planned communities, Coral Gables. Incorporating secluded residential enclaves and commercial areas inspired by the architectural style of the Mediterranean, Merrick envisioned a City that would offer every amenity to its resident and at the same time would become a center for international business.

The same principles that made Coral Gables a success at its inception guide the City's current policies. The community's and the City's emphasis on protecting the residential sectors, preserving the natural environment and maintaining an international flavor are all long-standing traditions.

In addition, in 1973, Coral Gables was one of the first cities in Florida to adopt a Historical Resources Ordinance, creating a Historical Resources Board and establishing a procedure for local landmark designations.

Since then, the past has also been preserved in the form of buildings - significant either because of their architecture or because of the historic events or important figures associated with them.

Today, Coral Gables features one of only five National Landmarks in Miami-Dade County: The Biltmore Hotel, designated in 1996. There are also twelve properties within Coral Gables listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including Douglas Entrance.

In the past three decades, the City has experienced healthy growth, which has resulted in a strong economic base. Today, Coral Gables is home to 175 multinationals, 26 consulates and trade offices and more than 30 fine art galleries. It is also known as the Fine Dining Capital of South Florida. Growth in the commercial sector has brought a wealth of new activities for residents, including nighttime entertainment, live music, casual and fine dining, and new retail options. It has also helped maintain low property taxes.

Leasing Team

CBRE, Inc.
777 Brickell Ave, Suite 900, Miami, Florida 33131
(305) 381-6482
Licensed Real Estate Broker

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