Clayton, Panama is a high-end residential area where the average person in Panama does not have the income to live. You will find homes in Clayton ranging in price from US $400,000 to $1 million or more, so in order to live in Clayton, you’ll have to have a certain amount of money. In Clayton, you won’t find people on the lower end of the socio-economic ladder; everybody who lives in Clayton is pretty much upper-middle class or more.
Nowadays, you find mainly Panamanians living in Clayton; probably a little more than half of the population. Here and there, you will have your foreigners, mainly from places like Venezuela and the United States.
Most of the residents of Clayton are still working, and some own their own business. There are a lot of professional people in Clayton; doctors, layers, etc. A small percentage of the people living in Clayton have young children. (Clayton is not an area for average people just starting a family, because it’s too expensive for average people.)
Within Clayton you have Ciudad del Saber (City of Knowledge), which contains mainly universities and companies (mostly high technology). Clayton also has lots of sports amenities, including a swimming pool, football stadium, gyms, yoga and Pilates.