Awards

Home & Garden Award – October 2019

Bob Hayes & Ted Battaglia
Corner of 3rd Avenue N & 29th Street N.
Historic Kenwood in St. Petersburg

A delight for the many people who walk, jog, or drive by every day! The landscape features unique trees, palms, and a riot of color with blooming flowers during every month of the year. Perfectly manicured – the front, the side, the corner, and even the alley cause the neighbors to pause and enjoy the views – and provide inspiration for our gardens too!

Nominated by: Brenda Gordon

Do you want to nominate your neighbor? Send us an email to info@historickenwood.org

March Home & Garden Winner

“I love Kim and Mike’s new landscaping” says neighbor Traci Boyle. Colorful new plants, fresh shell, and transplanted arecas around a new pool area brighten this large corner lot and their beautiful white Mediterranean style home.

Do you want to nominate your neighbor? Send us an email to info@historickenwood.org

January Home & Garden Winner

This beautiful home, nominated by Brenda Gordon, boasts a lovely color palate of green and cream with striking new colorful landscaping – all making for great curb appeal! Gina Myers has been working very hard on the house and landscaping since she purchased it in February. “I moved to St. Pete 2 years ago from DC and just fell in love with the city, especially Historic Kenwood! I’m so honored! And my mom who’s an avid gardener is very proud!

2019 Excellence In Development Award Winner

“At the 2018 State of Economy presentation on January 9th, Bob Jeffrey was named the 2019 Excellence in Development Award Winner. Jeffrey, a long time District 8 resident, and affectionately known in some circles as the unofficial mayor of Historic Kenwood, began his career with the city developing neighborhood plans. Later, as the Director of Development Services Jeffrey began work on rezoning the entire city, and adopting a new zoning code. He is largely responsible for theresurgence of the Historic Kenwood and Grand Central District neighborhoods in St. Petersburg. As a real estate investor and community activist, Jeffrey has also rehabbed over 50 residential units in Historic Kenwood. Thank you Bob for your hard work and dedication to the city – Congratulations! ” – Council member Amy Foster

Thank you for your vision and your years of service to our neighborhood! We love you, Bob! – HKNA

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