Baltimore’s Most Walkable Neighborhoods
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Baltimore, Maryland is full of many neighborhoods, and while the entire city is thriving with culture, history and great housing options, Downtown Baltimore is at the heart of the city and one of the best areas to live. Wander through Downtown Baltimore and you will find offices, restaurants, shopping, museums, sports and more. This city itself has been deemed the 11th most walkable large city in the US, and Downtown has been named the most walkable neighborhood in Baltimore with a Walk Score of 98.
One notable area in the Downtown neighborhood is E. Saratoga Street, where the 222 Saratoga Apartments are located. Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown, with a Walk Score of 99, residents are within walking distance of Baltimore’s greatest attractions. Explore Baltimore’s countless restaurant options, cheer on the cities sports teams, or brush up on your history in Baltimore’s various museums…regardless, you won’t be bored! While 222 Saratoga is conveniently located near Baltimore’s greatest attractions, it is also located near the essentials as well.
Not only is 222 Saratoga in a prime location, but it also has some of the greatest amenities. A historic warehouse turned newly renovated apartment complex gives renters a cultural yet luxurious feel. The loft-style apartments are available in either one bedroom and one bath or two bedroom and two bath floor plans with options ranging from 874 square feet to 1,524 square feet. Each apartment is equipped with stainless steel appliances, balconies over looking the city, and hardwood floors. The community itself is pet friendly, has a state of the art fitness center, resident parking, and an outdoor terrace where residents can lounge and get to know each other. All in all, Downtown Baltimore is a fun, convenient, and great place to call home.
The Mount Vernon district is another one of Baltimore’s neighborhoods that we love. Like the rest of the city, Mount Vernon has its fair share of history and culture. Home to The Peabody Conservatory of Music, the Baltimore School for the Arts, and the Walters Art Museum, Mount Vernon has earned the title of Baltimore’s cultural center. As Baltimore’s second most walkable neighborhood, Mount Vernon has become a hot spot to call home for people of all ages and interests.
With a Walk Score of 97, one can get through daily and weekend activities by foot. The neighborhood is very bike and public transportation friendly as well! The neighborhood is home to 3,156 residents, and it is constantly bustling with people walking around town, going about their daily routines. Mount Vernon has some wonderful dining options, all within the neighborhood as well. City Café is a local favorite – coffee shop by morning, sleek dining by night. Flavor, Mount Vernon’s American bistro is another spot locals rave about.
These are just two of the many fabulous places right in the neighborhood that are easily accessible for Mount Vernon residents to talk to. The Waterloo Place apartments, located in Mount Vernon, give residents an escape from the hustle and bustle of Baltimore with their laid-back, and homely feel. These pet friendly apartments have 24-hour emergency maintenance, a parking garage, and the community is equipped with a fitness center, courtyard, and pool. Waterloo residents can enjoy these great amenities all while being in walking distance to restaurants, shops, and more.
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Little Italy is a quaint, convenient, and cultural neighborhood in Baltimore. Located between the Inner Harbor and Fells Point, Little Italy is home to 1,305 residents. While it is on the smaller side in terms of population for a Baltimore neighborhood, it is one of the cities most sought out destination, and a true icon of Baltimore. Delicious restaurants, outdoor movies, Italian festivals, and more – Little Italy’s restaurants make visitors feel as though they are truly roaming the streets of an Italian neighborhood.
The Eden Apartments, located in Little Italy, bring a luxurious feel to this cozy neighborhood. The Eden has it’s own Walk Score of 94, as it is in close proximity to the Inner Harbor, Fells Point, Harbor East, and Downtown. While the area as great, the apartments and the community are equally great, maybe better. With availability for studio, one and two bedroom apartments, residents feel at home with an on-site concierge, community outreach events, a fitness center, and outdoor community courtyards and fire pits.
The Eden’s residents rave about the location, the staff, and the facilities. The close proximity to Baltimore’s main attractions, the comfort of living in Little Italy, and the ease of walking anywhere you need to get make for a great place to call home.
Next up we have Federal Hill, a historic Baltimore neighborhood overlooking the Inner Harbor. The area of Federal Hill dates back to 1789, and it was the exact location where the ratification of the US constitution was celebrated. Visit Federal Hill now and you will find a picturesque neighborhood bustling with people shopping, eating, drinking, and enjoying the city views. Federal Hill is a melting pot of young professionals, families, and visitors and the neighborhood is filled with attractions to accommodate them all.
With a Walk Score of 94, Fed Hill is Baltimore’s 7th most walkable neighborhood, and considered a Walker’s Paradise. A car is not necessary for your every day errands, and you are in close proximity to other hip Baltimore neighborhood and hot spots as well. The American Visionary Art Museum, The Maryland Science Center, and Baltimore Spa and Salon are all in the neighborhood, bringing a cultural yet luxurious feel to Fed Hill. 1111 Light Street Apartments is a Federal Hill community overlooking Baltimore’s cityscape and the Inner Harbor. These one, two, and three bedroom apartments allow residents to fully immerse themselves into the neighborhood – residents are in walking distance to Federal Hill Park, Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium.
1111 Light Street offers residents more than just a convenient location. On-site parking, rooftop deck overlooking the city, and a luxurious fitness center are just a few of the amenities they have to offer. The community throws two large parties throughout the year for residents to get to know each other and enjoy their prime Fed Hill location together.
All in all, the city of Baltimore has great neighborhoods to live in, especially if you prefer to walk when you go about your daily routine. While these are a few of our top rated neighborhoods, there are countless areas to choose from. This Maryland city is rich with culture, history, and endless opportunities.
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