Dadeland is a metropolitan area located in the northeastern section of Kendall, and is just due north of the prominent enclave of Pinecrest.
Also considered a commercial district because of the presence of the sprawling Dadeland Mall here, this triangular community is now a densely populated part of Miami, but it wasn’t like this before the 1960s. The area saw a growth in population and development after the Palmetto Expressway was completed and even more so when the metrorail reached it in 1984.
The neighborhood is considered a middle-income one, with 43% of the residents here holding management or executive positions. 27% are in the service and sales industry, while 20% are in the technical support and clerical field.
Almost half of the population in this community is living alone, although an almost large amount of residents here are actually married.