In Kennewick, neighborhoods such as Badger and Highland feature well maintained, higher priced and newer homes with 3-5 bedrooms, and most development is housing and residential, with businesses and shops located on the eastern side of Kennewick. Closer to the river are suburban neighborhoods such as Finley, Vista, and West Highlands, where home prices are lower and there are older and somewhat smaller homes, many of which were built post-WWII. The neighborhoods in Kennewick consist of single-family homes, apartments, and townhomes, and entertainment is mostly centralized in Downtown Kennewick, where there are many historic buildings, bronze sculptures, art galleries, and wine bars.

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Kennewick is situated along the bank of the Columbia River and the Lewis and Clark trail in the southeastern portion of the state of Washington. Kennewick is considered part of a collective region called the Tri-Cities area, along with Pasco and Richland, and it is home to over 76,000 people as well as numerous orchards and vineyards that flourish due to the mild winters in the area.

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