Being Thankful for the Neighborhood

There are many things to be thankful for in the Rosedale-Kingman Park community and here are a list of a few, in no particular order.

Langston Bar and Grille

One of the flagship businesses on west-of-the-river Benning Road. 

The X2 and the D6. 

What would the neighborhood have been like if the Oklahoma Ave Station would have been built? Who knows. What would it be like when the trolley is operational?  We will see. But for now if you really need to get somewhere you know the X2 is coming. The buses on that strip run almost so regularly you don't even need a schedule. The D6 is probably the most drama-free routes that passes through Ward 6. 

Anacostia Park (Section F)
Tai Chi, dog run, flying kites, frisbee, it's big enough for all of that and more. This open space is a hidden gem. 

Proximity to H St/Atlas District 

Parking is tight and being able to walk to nightlife and weekend activities is a value indeed. 

All the upcoming businesses on Benning Road. 

The Community Garden 

The RCA! 
It's a good thing to have good neighbors. It's great when you have well meaning and organized neighborhood association. 

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