Baltimore
Times, they are a-changing. Downtown Baltimore has seen tremendous growth in all areas, including residents, employees, and shops. We’re not surprised. Downtown is the pulse of this City and more and more people want to be a part of it. Downtown Baltimore is exciting, upbeat, and original- just like the people who call it home.

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See this box the right ---->;? It's where we make helpful suggestions for places to live in Downtown. Before you pick a place, you need to pick a neighborhood, and Baltimore is the land of charming neighborhoods. If you aren't sure where to start, check out our neighborhood map below and click around until you have educated yourself enough to know the difference between N. Charles and S. Charles Street and Fell's and Upper Fells.

If you are ready for a more serious commitment, check out Live Baltimore's homebuyer incentive programs, loans, and real estate agents.
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  • Fell's Point's Living

    Union Wharf Apartments bring luxury apartment homes to Baltimore's historic Fells Point neighborhood. With stunning views, luxe community spaces for tenants to relax, and a pool, you can live it up Downtown.

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  • Lovely Canton Digs

    Located in a historic factory built in 1914 as the Tin Decorating Company, and boasting 238 apartments with 36 different floor plans, Tindeco Wharf is pretty sweet loft living.

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  • The Centerpoint Living

    There are more than a few perks of living in a central location, and The Centerpoint Appartments has upped the ante. The high ceilings make the apartments feel expansive and the views of the city are pretty sweet. Pair that with on-site zip cars, private balconies, and a nearby Starbucks, and you just may have found your new apartment.

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Neighborhood
Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. From the laid back vibe in Locust Point, to the bustle of Harbor East, to the old-world charm of Mount Vernon and everywhere in between, Downtown has its residents covered.

Get better acquainted with our neighborhoods by clicking on the areas that interest you on the map below.

City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Downtown News
Downtown Events
MORE NEWS

BaltimoreLink is coming on June 18th! All bus routes in the Baltimore region are changing.

The Charm City Fringe Fest is moving to Bromo Arts District this fall. The move to the Bromo makes it easier to walk from venue to venue, making it possible to experience as much theater as humanly possible over the 11 day festival.

Beginning in early May, Aliceanna Street will be open to westbound traffic only between Central Avenue and Eden Street as part of the Central Avenue Streetscape and Bridge project.