Furnished Corporate Housing in Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore is a city made up of the sum of its parts and our neighborhoods are those parts. We have a diverse mix of cultures, faiths, interest groups and nationalities that make up our city and we think it’s richer for it.
If you’re looking to live or work in Baltimore, here is a high level overview of some of the neighborhoods you’ll find here.
Described as “the model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world” by the Urban Land Institute, Inner Harbor is a historic part of the city. It plays host to a range of restaurants, coffee shops, stores and attractions, including Camden Yards, National Aquarium, the Power Plant and many more.
Fells Point is another tourist highlight as well as home for hundreds of local residents. Another waterside neighborhood, Fells Point has restaurants, bars, nightclubs, shops, art galleries and antique stores to keep you occupied while you’re here.
Federal Hill took its name from the ratification of the Constitution by the state of Maryland in 1789. Residents gathered on the hill and celebrated the event and the hill has been so named ever since. The neighborhood has a mix of residential and commercial properties that make it a firm favorite with visitors and residents alike.
Like most American cities who welcomed Italian immigrants, an enclave evolved of Italian stores, restaurants and cultural centers. Baltimore’s Little Italy, is small but perfectly formed and forms a valuable cultural addition to the city as a whole and the food is amazing!
Canton is evidence of the reinvigoration of Baltimore. It is an industrial area that has been revitalized and converted into residential and commercial properties. It’s full of condos, apartments, marinas and high quality restaurants and bars. It’s a lively, buzzing area of the city.
Charles Village is notable as it is home to Johns Hopkins University and the Baltimore Museum of Art. It is also home to students, artists and creatives of all kinds. It’s a hip, eclectic area that always has something going on. If you visit Charles Village, you must see the Painted Ladies.
Mount Vernon is the cultural heart of Baltimore. There are galleries, museums, music venues, coffee shops and all sorts to see and do here. Notable buildings include; The Walters Art Museum, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Lyric Opera House, and the Peabody Institute.
Hampden is a suburban neighborhood with a range of restaurants, bars, shopping malls and residential areas. It’s a firm favorite of the locals to live and commute Downtown with ease. It’s a very popular area to live if you’re planning to stay for a while.
Those are just a few of the 225 neighborhoods that make up Baltimore. Each is unique and adds color and flavor to the city as a whole. We would recommend visiting all of them!
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