Trinidad is a neighborhood located in Ward 5, in the northeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. and is a largely residential area. It is bounded to the north by Mt. Olivet Road, to the west by West Virginia Avenue, to the south by Florida Avenue, and to the east by Bladensburg Road.[1] To the north of Trinidad is the more industrial (and impoverished) neighborhood Ivy City. To the west is Gallaudet University and the Florida Market (D.C.'s wholesale food district, also called the Capital City Market). To the east lies Carver Langston. To the south of Trinidad is Old City, so named because it was part of Pierre L'Enfant's original plan for the city, and generally referred to as either Near Northeast or Capitol Hill North. Located immediately south of Trinidad, is the H Street Corridor. The eastern portion of the H Street Corridor is sometimes referred to as the Atlas District, part of a neighborhood branding campaign centered around the revitalized Atlas Theater, now called the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

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Frozen Tropics
Personal weblog about Washington DC's Trinidad neighborhood, with a special focus on gentrification and home renovation.
Wikipedia: Trinidad, Washington, DC
Article from the online Wikipedia encyclopedia on Washington, DC's Trinidad neighborhood.
Yahoo Groups: Trinidad Ivy City Garden Club
Discussion group for residents in Washington, DC's Trinidad and Ivy neighborhoods. Promotes neighborhood cleanup and gardening. Yahoo! Groups membership required.
Yahoo Groups: TrinidadDC
Discussion group for residents of the Trinidad neighborhood in Washington, DC to discuss community topics, receive and post crime alerts, notify neighbors of events, and share recommendations. Yahoo! Groups membership required.
Washington Post: Gardened and Glowing in Trinidad
Article describing the activities of the Trinidad/Ivy City Garden Club in NE Washington, DC. (June 17, 2006)
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