Don't forget about these St. Petersburg neighborhoods, also participating in Sunday's Parade of Neighborhoods, which were profiled last week:
Historic Kenwood, a neighborhood of brick streets and bungalows between I-275 and U.S. 19, from Central Avenue to 22nd Avenue N.
Uptown, from Fourth Street N west to I-275 and from Fifth to 13th avenues N, including the neighborhoods of Round Lake, Euclid, Bon Aire and South Crescent Lake. Homes, many built in the teens and '20s, include bungalows, brick houses, Mediterranean and art deco.
Greater Woodlawn, from Dr. M.L. King (Ninth) to 16th streets N and from 22nd to 30th avenues N, includes homes built as early as 1912. Many others were built in the 1930s, when the neighborhood was developed. Styles include bungalows, colonials and Mediterranean revival.
Coquina Key, an island reached by bridges at 39th Avenue S and Lewis Boulevard S. Most development has occurred since the 1950s; masonry, stilt, and contemporary homes.
_ JUDY STARK