Kendall is a census designated community located within Miami-Dade county and considered to be part of the Miami metropolitan area. Kendall is a very prestigious community that is divided into several different classy neighborhoods. The Dadeland neighborhood is one such neighborhood and is named after the nearby Dadeland mall, which was once considered the largest mall in Miami.
Dadeland is a very unique neighborhood a great example of comfortable urban living. Residents here enjoy the feel of living in a small village with all of the amenities of living in the city of Miami.
Dadeland is a neighborhood made for people who enjoy strolling and indeed you can residents leisurely meandering along the neighborhoods wide sidewalks and going into and coming out of a vast of array of shops and restaurants that the sidewalks line. Residents can find everything they are looking for right here in the neighborhood or close by.
Adjacent to Dadeland and only a 5 minute walk away is the Dadeland Mall, where residents of the Dadeland and other Kendall neighborhoods as well as visitors can enjoy an international shopping experience. There are also several specialty shops within a 2 block radius that allows residents to enjoy a wide variety of shopping experiences.
In addition there are also hotels, supermarkets, and offices all close by as well.
Besides the standard shopping, dining, movies and other common entertainment activities the residents can also enjoy other activities in and around Kendall including the Miami Zoo, which is located in Kendall, the Indian Hammocks Park, A Ice arena and a nature preserve.
Residents in the Dadeland neighborhood don't have to worry about their children getting a good education as there is a public elementary school and 3 private schools in the neighborhood as well a university close by.
While the Dadeland neighborhood and the other neighborhoods close by may offer Dadeland residents all they want and need, there are times they want to enjoy the brighter lights of downtown Miami and the world beyond. However, transportation to points beyond Dadeland couldn't be easier with the Dadeland South Metrorail system and U.S. Hwy 1 being close by and both just a short commute from downtown Miami and Miami International Airport not to mention the Brickell financial district.
There is a wide variety of different types of housing in Dadeland. While the downtown area of this neighborhood is mostly multi-family dwellings such as Condo, townhouses, and apartment buildings the outskirts of the neighborhood is has a number of single family homes making this neighborhood a good choice no what type of housing your are looking for.
Dadeland is a middle income neighborhood with a large number of the residents in professional or semi-professional fields. With 43% of the residents holding management or executive positions and others working in the service industry and other fields.
Considering everything Dadeland has to offer, it is a great place to live, work and play.