Parkside / Kenilworth
PARKSIDE/KENILWORTH IS EXPANDING rapidly thanks to private and public investment totaling $400 million to date. Thousands of residential units are in the pipeline or underway in the neighborhood, which is conveniently located near the Anacostia Freeway (DC-295),
Anacostia River, Benning Road, and Eastern Avenue and just south of the 700-acre Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens.
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More than 500 new residential units, including 186 for-sale units, have been built since 2012.
Unity Health Care and Sibley Memorial Hospital (owned by Johns Hopkins Medicine) have established a cancer clinic within the Parkside Health Center (765 Kenilworth Terrace, NE).
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The 400-foot Parkside Pedestrian Bridge arriving this year will cross over Kenilworth Avenue, two railroad tracks, and I-295 to link the Eastland Gardens, Kenilworth, and Parkside neighborhoods with the Minnesota Avenue Metrorail Station.
CityInterests Development Partners is transforming 26 acres into a 3.1 million SF mixed-use development, including 1,500 to 2,000 residential units, 50,000 SF of retail, 860,000 SF of office space, and a one-acre park. More than 500 new residential units, including 186 for-sale homes, have arrived since 2012, and the project will continue through 2025.
Proximate to the Deanwood Metrorail Station, this phased development will include 530 housing units of mixed types including multi-family buildings and townhomes.
- Unity Health Care and Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Sibley Memorial Hospital have established a cancer clinic within the Parkside Health Center at 765 Kenilworth Terrace NE.
- Delivered in 2017, the Kenilworth-Parkside Recreation Center is a combination of new construction and adaptive reuse of part of the former Kenilworth Elementary School.