Historic Kenwood In The News

 

Two Affordable Housing Communities Coming to Historic Kenwood
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Florida bungalows the stars in Historic Kenwood
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Green Bench Monthly Wrote About Our BungalowFest Home Tour
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15 Best Things to Do in St Petersburg (FL)
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Neighborhood Profile: Historic Kenwood, St. Petersburg
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8 Great Neighborhoods in Tampa Bay
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City and volunteers spruce up bungalow in time for 17th annual BungalowFest
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BungalowFest is a Community Working Together
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10 Pride Festivals You’ve Never Been To, But Should
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Food explosion taking place in St. Pete
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The New Age of St. Pete
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Exploring the Art of St. Pete: The Craftsman House
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Rolls-Royce emerges from the shadows for more days in the sun (w/video)
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BungalowFest Transforms Neighborhood Into Public Gallery
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The new LGBT Welcome center opens in Grand Central & HKNA
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Grand Central District Florida Main Street Program of the Month
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BungalowFest 2014 is mentioned in the Tampa Tribune
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Historic Kenwood is mentioned in the Fall 2014 Arts and Crats Home Magazine.
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The Grand Central District is highlited in the March 2014 edition of Southern Living Magazine.
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Here is a story in the local paper about the Southern Living article in the St. Pete. Tribune.
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New Metro Wellness LGBT Welcome Center to open in Historic Kenwood.
A historic home that was going to be demolished was moved and will become a new asset for the neighborhood.


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Check out this great article about the Grand Central District on visitflorida.com
This bordering shopping district includes Craftsman House Gallery, Grand Central Stained Glass & Graphics, Painting with Fire Studio, Taco Bus, Creative Soul Studio : Coffee, Wine, Art, Nitallys ThaiMex Cuisine, Planet Retro Gallery, Beak's St. Pete, Haslam's Book Store Inc, and The Iron Pelican Antiques & Home Decor and more shops.
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BungalowFest 2013 in St. Pete. TBO
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HKNA Resident Susan Rohr wins
Water Wise Award 2012

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Eden Magazine Winter/Spring 2012
Queenshead Euro-Gastro Bar

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Tampa Bay Magazine Jan/Feb 2012
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St. Pete. Times Story On BungalowFest 2011:

Historic Kenwood painting an artistic picture

November 1, 2011  

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St. Pete Magazine Feb/Mar. 2011

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New York Travel Magazine

 February 3, 2011

Soak in Sun and Culture in St. Petersburg

By ADAM H. GRAHAM

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Fashionably renovated hotels, gleaming new art museums, and a resurgence of music have given this formerly senior-dominated Florida destination an increasingly youthful edge.The five-story St. Pete Pier features fishing and biking activities, along with boutiques, restaurants, and an aquarium. Embark on a tour of St. Pete’s idiosyncratic architecture, full of design hits and misses from the last 90 years. Start with a retro plate of S.O.S. (cream-chipped beef on toast, $6) at fifties roadside Biff Burger, a fifteen-minute drive northwest of downtown and the last remaining branch of the once-widespread chain known for its uniform Googie-style lines and upswept canopy roofs. Head ten minutes east to Sunken Gardens, a Depression-era roadside attraction stuffed with fountains and flowers that’s been recently updated with the addition of yoga and hoop-dancing classes ($12 to $15). Meander back downtown to the iconic 1973 inverted pyramid that is the St. Pete Pier, constructed with a tubular steel framework built to last forever but that is now sadly under review for demolition. The nearby 600 Block, home to the historic 1926 Crislip Arcade, received a critical renovation in 2010 after almost being razed by condo developers and is now filled with galleries, studios, shops, and design firms. Head to neighboring Pasadena, twenty minutes away on the beach, for an old-school lunch at open-air fish shack Ted Peter’s Famous Smoked Fish (1530 Pasadena Ave; 727-381-7931). Next, faux house-hunt amid emerging Kenwood’s low-priced bungalows and split-level ranches before moving on to sunset drinks on the revolving rooftop lounge at Spinners, where you can sip strawberry-and-whipped-cream-topped Bahama Mamas ($7) while taking in the 360-degree view of the city formerly known as “God’s Waiting Room.” End the day at Queens Head, a gas station turned alfresco gastropub where you can nibble on toasted baguette slices with pumpkin hummus ($8) and sautéed mussels with bacon in clove-and-chablis cream ($18), followed by generous pours of chardonnay by the outdoor fire pit.

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Historic Kenwood's Bungalow Fest to feature 12 homes

St. Pete. Times Nov. 2009
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American Bungalow Magazine Fall of 2008.

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Tampa Bay Homebuyer Dec. 2006
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Cottage Living Magazine August 2006
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Florida Coastal Home June/July 2006
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I Live Here
St. Pete Times Oct. 2005

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While She Was Out
St. Pete Times Nov. 2003

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The Beauty Of Bungalows
St. Pete Times Oct 1999

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These Old Houses
St. Pete. Times May 1996

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Sign Project
St. Pete. Times  Oct. 1994

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Polishing Up The Gems
St. Pete. Times  1993