The Hammocks is an unincorporated CDP (Census Designated Place), and has numerous subdivisions, apartments, and villages that carry the word Hammocks in their names. With over 50,000 people living within its borders, this community is a thriving and prosperous one, with nearly half of the working population in management, executive, and professional occupations.
The neighborhood is considered an upper-middle income one, and it is said to have a higher income than 65% of the neighborhoods in the US. This community is pretty sizable, stretching from Lindgren Road to Krome Avenue, and from SW 88th Street to SW 120th Street. It is bisected by Killian Parkway and has quite a number of planned communities within its borders.
People who live in this suburban neighborhood enjoy the safety, peace, and quiet of the area. It is also a family friendly locality, with numerous parks, schools, and conveniences scattered from one end to the other. The enclave is considered a rather educated one due to the fact that around 30% of the population hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.