In the early years, Kendall Lakes was referred to as the bedroom community. During the mid and late 70s quite a lot of attorneys made it home because of how convenient and safe this city was. Slowly and steadily Kendall Lakes became a suburban community with several schools, parks, and state of the art housing developments. The population of this city is well over sixty thousand people. This city’s home owner ship rate is above 71 percent and its median housing values are close to 200,000 Dollars. Majority of this city’s residents are working class people. Most of them work in Miami and other cities nearby. The average commuting time of this city is somewhere between 30 and 40 minutes.
Kendall Lakes City is quite racially diverse. More than half of this city’s residents are Hispanic. They come from various countries such as Colombia, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Cuba. More than 25 percent of the United States’ Hispanic population resides in Kendall Lakes. Because of this, a large number of the city’s residents speak in Spanish, which is quite rare in other cities of the United States. Positioned at the very edge of Florida Everglades, Kendall Lake’s Tamiami executive airport is quite famous for having Florida’s busiest aviation schedule. The airport also provides flight training, recreational, governmental, and corporate activities.
Kendall Lakes also has its fair share of attractions. The Miami zoo, which was previously called Metro Zoo, is perhaps the city’s biggest attraction. It has more than three hundred acres of jungle. Dadeland mall is another famous Kendall Lakes attraction; it has over 185 stores which makes it one of the best indoor shopping malls in Miami. Despite being so secure and family friendly, this city still sees personal injury incidents happen every now and then. Those who suffer from them obtain their compensatory damages with the services of a Kendall Lakes personal injury lawyer.