About 7D01

7D01 encompasses most of the Kingman Park Neighborhood in Northeast Washington DC.  It is bounded to the West by 19th Street, to the South by C Street and RFK Stadium, to the East by the Anacostia River, and to the North by Benning Road.

Kingman Park is generally a residential neighborhood, with the Benning Road Commercial Corridor running along its Northern border.  The neighborhood was first developed in the late 1920’s, 1930’s and early 1940’s.  The majority of homes in Kingman Park are two story brick rowhouses.  Kingman Park is often associated with its neighbor to the West, the Rosedale neighborhood.

The neighborhoods are often referred to as great places to live that are becoming even better.

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  1. A new school and community center is opening in Ward 7 this spring with a beautiful new multi-million dollar facility! Educare DC is a Head Start / Early Head Start school for children ages six weeks to five years and will begin providing preschool & pre-kindergarten classes in June and begin its infant-toddler programming in September.

    Educare works in close partnership with local partners like the United Planning Organization, and has received support from major national organizations including the Buffett Early Childhood Fund, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Pritzker Children’s Initiative and others.

    Learn more about Educare DC at http://www.educaredc.org

    Anyone interested in applying for their child’s enrollment should call 202-727-5604 or email info@educaredc.org to learn more today. Participation is free for qualifying families.

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