Mid-Town Belvedere

"The Crown Jewel" of Baltimore
Mid-Town Belvedere is located in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland. It is near several campuses, including the prestigious Johns Hopkins University and the University of Baltimore. The neighborhood features a mix of historic brownstones, modern apartments, and condominiums, reflecting its urban character. Mid-Town Belvedere provides residents with a dynamic and engaging urban lifestyle. The neighborhood's central location makes it an attractive choice for individuals, young professionals, and those seeking a bustling urban environment. While families can still find a place in Mid-Town Belvedere, it is important to note that the neighborhood is primarily geared towards urban living and may have limited dedicated family amenities compared to more suburban areas. Public transportation is available via bus routes and the nearby light rail system.

Mid-Town Belvedere is a hub for socializing, dining out, and enjoying a vibrant nightlife. An abundance of entertainment options includes theaters, art galleries, and cultural institutions, offering residents a wide range of artistic and cultural experiences. The nearby Inner Harbor and Mount Vernon area provide additional entertainment options, including museums, festivals, and live performances.
What Mid-Town Belvedere Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.7
value
7.3
amenities
6.7
social
6.9
management
7.0
Median rents in Mid-Town Belvedere
Studio
$
1 Bedroom
$
2 Bedroom
$

Living in
Mid-Town Belvedere

Mid-Town Belvedere — None/10 Rating (based on 20 neighborhood reviews)
There isn’t too much near by in comparison to other locations in Baltimore, but it is in the middle of the city so it is easy to get places. There isn’t a grocery store nearby, which is probably the biggest con.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Mount Royal
UMd Police presence is fairly high, so the area feels reasonably safe. Fairly well lit, and fairly heavily traveled given its location with UB and UMd.
Have only been offered crack once in two years.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Mount Royal
It’s a really nice area and is walking distance to a lot of different things. But once you go outside the area it can get a little sketchy
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown
Midtown/ Mt Vernon is a very active neighborhood in Baltimore. Artscape is held annually here, and there is regularly activities going on. It very common to see people out and about at all hours. Its situated around several colleges and universities. The real con to the neighborhood, is the lack of viable options for grocery shopping. You must travel to another neighborhood to shop which means more often than not you need to utilize a car. Zipcar is available in many locations.
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10
/10
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The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown
Mt Vernon is a safe neighborhood with some of the best bars/restaurants of Baltimore (including Brewers Art, The Owl Bar, etc.). It really "feels" like a neighborhood. Main problem: no decent grocery stores on walking distance. Eddies is a disgrace of low quality produce and whole foods-like prices, so you really need a car to do grocery shopping.
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10
/10
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St Paul at Chase Condominiums
This is a fairly safe and clean neighborhood. I checked the Sun's murder and rat complaint maps, and this area has little of either. Eddies of Mount Vernon is an OK grocery store, but I wouldn't go there for everything.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Saint Paul Regency
Good bar/restaurant scene, right next to the train/bus station. Some crime but can't help that.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Mount Royal
Some good restaurants in this neighborhood and very close to Mount Vernon which has a ton of restaurants. Close drive to a lot of other neighborhoods as well
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7
/10
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The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown
Easy commuting access to public transport, highway. Grocery store selection a bit limited. Some restaurants/bars, but not as much as downtown.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown
Love how historic it is
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10
/10
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The Mount Royal
Its a quiet town. Benefit is that I get the silence I need on weekends when law school is busy and consuming my weekend. Downside is that I need to Uber to other places when I want a bustling nightlife.
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7
/10
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Saint Paul Regency
Lots of panhandlers and could use more green space. Other than that, pretty perfect. Beautiful churches, stately buildings, transit access.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
9 E Read St
It is safe for the most part but just like any other neighborhood, it has its not so good spots.
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10
/10
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Queen-Anne Belvedere Apartments
Mid-Town/Mt. Vernon is the ideal neighborhood. It has everything--beautiful architecture, restaurants, bars, museums, the symphony public transit, and easy access to other areas of the city. It is very safe, and quiet on the residential streets. The drawback is the lack of a good grocery store within walking distance--I recommend taking the circulator down to Streets Market. I never want to move away!
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10
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Algonquin Apartments
It's a great location for public transportation and to really see the heart of Baltimore. The beggars are a little much and I am asked at least once a day for money, even if I'm just going across the street. Lots of good bars and restaurants.
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8
/10
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Queen-Anne Belvedere Apartments
Mount Vernon in Baltimore is on the of the most beautiful locations in the city. There are a ton of eating and drinking options and it's very walkable. It also has the free city bus that will take you to the harbor.
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5
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Algonquin Apartments
Mount Vernon is great, close to everything, plenty of things to do. I think one of the great benefits is that it is close to Penn Station as well as close to the circulator Purple route.
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10
/10
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St Paul at Chase Condominiums
Safe neighbourhood: close to penn station, metro and light rail, not to mention BSO symphony hall and center stage. Also, MICA, UB and JH/Peabody!
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None
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Twelve09
Pros:
-lots of great food near by (ethnic restaurants, minimal chains. its awesome!)
-cool bars and pubs in walking distance
- easy access to downtown
- easy access to 83
- easy access to purple line

Cons:
- no grocery store in walking distance
- street parking requires a pass, and your car has to be registered in MD in order to get that pass. in other neighborhoods like fells point this is not the case.
- rent is kind of pricey for what you get
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Mount Royal
Pretty safe, on campus
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown


Getting to Know
Mid-Town Belvedere

Neighborhood Boundaries
dining
Chipotle Mexican Grill
City Cafe
Dukem Ethiopian Restaurant
Magdalena Restaurant
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
The Prime Rib
grocery
Whole Foods Market
convenience
CVS Pharmacy
fitness
YogaWorks
YogaWorks
coffee
Almack's Coffee
Nina’s Espresso Bar
Starbucks
bus
56 (bus)
CityLink GREEN (bus)
parking
Pmi Parking
Pms Parking 1012 St Paul St

Best Apartments
in Mid-Town Belvedere


Studio $1,425
1 Bed $1,382
2 Beds $1,994

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2 Beds $1,682

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2 Beds $1,550

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Studio $930
1 Bed $960
2 Beds $1,360

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