The census designated place called Westchester is located right next door to University Park to the west, Fontainebleau to the north, West Miami to the east, and Olympia Heights to the south. This enclave is shaped like a square, and stretches from Tamiami Trail to Bird Road, and from the Palmetto Expressway to SW 97th Avenue.
This CDP is considered a suburban neighborhood, and as of the last census, has a population that is nearing the 30,000 mark. The people in this community are mostly of Hispanic descent, which may be why 87% of the populace speaks Spanish.
More than half of the residents here are married, and there are more women in this neighborhood that there are men, with the ratio being 9 men to 10 women. The area is also a place where many retirees choose to live, followed closely by people in their fifties.