Historic Kennwood is a “porch community” made up of quaint cottages and bungalows. Kenwood was St. Pete’s first suburb and its first neighborhood for year-round residents, in contrast to downtown districts, many of whose inhabitants moved north in the summer along with their tourist clientele. Most of Kenwood’s homes were built between the 1920s and 1950s, and 170 were moved here from other neighborhoods in the 1930s. This vibrant and colorful Artist Enclave Neighborhood is centrally located within the highest part of the peninsula. Historic Kenwood borders north of Central Avenue to just south of 9th Avenue N. and west from I-275 to 34th Street N.