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1919 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States

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Kenilworth is a residential neighborhood in Northeast, Washington, D.C.situated along the east bank of Anacostia River and just inside the D.C.-Maryland border. A huge housing development Kenilworth Courts dominates the neighborhood. The area is renowned for its Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens that is which is a National park which is the center of the ponds created from Anacostia River marshland. People visit the park in particular during the months of June and July to admire the stunning flowering waterslilies along with lotus blooms. In 1895, the name "Kenilworth" was first applied to the region by the White real estate developer Allen Mallery, who named the neighborhood in honor of Kenilworth Castle in England the remains of which are still visible to this day within Warwickshire.   Its borders of Kenilworth aren't always in agreement. A broad interpretation of neighborhood area has Kenilworth bounded by Eastern Avenue to the north, Nash Street to the south, Anacostia Avenue to the west as well as the tracks from the Washington Metro to the east. A more precise definition of neighborhood boundaries according to the current understanding of residents could be an extension of the DC MD line north Piney Branch or Nash Run creek to the south , Anacostia Avenue to the west as well as Kenilworth Avenue to the east.

Around 40% of Kenilworth-Parkside residents were living below the poverty line in 2016. In 2016, the DC Promise Neighborhood Initiative works in conjunction with local schools, and provides support services for families. About 50% of its 2,000 kids are in schools in other areas in the metropolis.The Anacostia Waterfront Corporation which is a city-chartered organization that is responsible for the development of the area that runs along the Anacostia River, has plans to revive Kenilworth's sister parkside area Parkside to become a multi-income mixed-use area, with 22,000 new homes and 500,000 square feet (50,000 m 2) of commercial space.The neighborhood was isolated from the rest of the city after it was separated from the rest of town when Anacostia Freeway is constructed in the 1950s and is without a grocery store. AWC is planning to spend a lot of time to make the area accessible for pedestrians, including pathways to and from the Anacostia Riverwalk and Marvin Gaye Park and a bridge for pedestrians connecting to the Minnesota Avenue station that is which is the nearest Metro station that is located near Kenilworth. AWC presented the finalized plan for the D.C. Council in 2007.

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