Kings Court West Kendall Miami Living and Location
Kendall is a suburban area situated in the Miami Dade County of Florida and is politically unincorporated. It has been distinguished as a census designated place by the United States Census Bureau. As is common to all census designated places or CDPs, Kendall also lacks a separate municipal Government but is apparently nothing dissimilar to incorporated places. This particular community was named after an executive of the British Land Company by the name of Major Kendall. Its location is at 25°40’0 N, 80°21’24 W and it has an approximate area of around 16 mi sq.
This CDP had a population of more than 75,000 seven years back and is steadily growing. About four languages are spoken in the area of which Spanish is the most spoken followed by English, Portuguese, French and French Creole. Kendall has many sites of attraction throughout and is especially done up for tourists. Several museums, parks and other places of interest are strewn across the city. Famous areas of attraction include Flamingo Tropical Garden, Bass Museum of Art, Frost Art Museum, Barnacle State Historic Site and Oleta River State Park.
Kendall has an advanced education system with numerous schools and colleges forming part of the network. It falls under the Miami Public Schools district and is served by two elementary schools and famous high schools like Felix Varela High School and John A. Ferguson High School. The Miami Dade College also has a campus in Kendall. This place is very popular and in very high demand. In recent months the foreclosure rate has increased dramatically. This area has now one the highest foreclosure rates in Miami.