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Thank you for visiting the site. An update is currently scheduled for this section. Please come back at a later date to view new content.Trinidad is a neighborhood located in Ward 5, in the northeast quadrant of Washington, D.C. and is a largely residential area. Trinidad 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. To the north of Trinidad is the 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). 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 on the revitalized Atlas Theater, now called the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

The first two blocks north of Florida Avenue feature classic Victorian rowhouses similar to those in nearby Capitol Hill. Further north, many of the row houses are built in a flat porch-fronted style (similar to craftsman style) that gained popularity during the 1920s. Northern portions of Trinidad were developed later, some parts as late as the 1940s.

Trinidad is served by the NoMa – Gallaudet University Metro station on the Red Line.Trinidad is served by bus services of the MetroBus.

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