The Hammocks of Kendall

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When it opened on October 1, 1962, on Kendall Drive off U.S. 1, Dadeland was dubbed 'deadland' because North Kendall Drive, which passes in front of it, was branded ``The Road to Nowhere.'' Built as an open-air strip center, Dadeland started up at 400,000 square feet with 62 merchants, including Burdines as its only anchor. But Miami-Dade's explosive population growth along with the construction of thousands of affordable units of tract housing, the opening of the Palmetto Expressway, the… Vintage Florida, Old Florida, Miami Florida, South Florida, Miami Beach, Miami Pictures, Miami Photos, Miami Architecture, Crandon Park
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Dadeland Mall

When it opened on October 1, 1962, on Kendall Drive off U.S. 1, Dadeland was dubbed 'deadland' because North Kendall Drive, which passes in front of it, was branded ``The Road to Nowhere.

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Dadeland Mall

When it opened on October 1, 1962, on Kendall Drive off U.S. 1, Dadeland was dubbed 'deadland' because North Kendall Drive, which passes in front of it, was branded ``The Road to Nowhere.

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Dadeland Mall

When it opened on October 1, 1962, on Kendall Drive off U.S. 1, Dadeland was dubbed 'deadland' because North Kendall Drive, which passes in front of it, was branded ``The Road to Nowhere.

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When it opened on October 1, 1962, on Kendall Drive off U.S. 1, Dadeland was dubbed 'deadland' because North Kendall Drive, which passes in front of it, was branded ``The Road to Nowhere.

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