Best Neighborhoods in Baltimore

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At VeryApt we've created guides to help give you a sense of the different neighborhoods that Baltimore has to offer. Each of our guides is the product of our own research and renter reviews from our platform. If you're overwhelmed with choices, a good place to start is our apartment finder!
Baltimore is "The Greatest City in America", according to every bench located throughout the city. The local people here take pride in their hometown and each individual neighborhood possesses a distinct feel of its own. While the majority of people still live in rowhouses, there's recently been a surge in high-rise apartments being built downtown where young professionals from all over the country are quickly beginning to flock.

Where to Live in Baltimore

Butcher's Hill Popular for Young Professionals
Canton Low-key Neighborhood with its Own Social Scene
Charles Village Residential Living with a Heavy Student Population
Fallstaff Family-Oriented Environment
Federal Hill Young, Lively Neighborhood with Picturesque Views of the Inner Harbor
Fells Point Fun, Walkable Neighborhood by the Water
Guilford Quiet, Family-oriented Neighborhood
Hampden Close-knit Community with a Young, Hip Vibe
Inner Harbor The Heart of Charm City
Jonestown Home to Baltimore City Landmarks
Linthicum Heights Strong Sense of Community
Little Italy Cultural and Ethnic Icon
Locust Point Comfortable Downtown Living Just Off the Beaten Path
Mid-Town Belvedere "The Crown Jewel" of Baltimore
Mount Washington Quaint, residential neighborhood on the outskirts of Baltimore
Otterbein Small, Historic Neighborhood with Character
Pigtown/Washington Village Affordable Neighborhood with a Rapidly Growing Population
Riverside Picturesque Views of the Water
Sharp-Leadenhall A Neighborhood Full of Pride
Tuscany-Canterbury A Baltimore Treasure
Wyman Park An Ideal Blend of Urban and Rural Living