Neighborhood Area Descriptions


In the 1920s, many homebuyers came to the young, growing neighborhood of Belair-Edison, attracted by the quality workmanship of the […]


The Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello community takes its name from having long been the site of many of Baltimore’s elaborate country estates. Coldstream […]

Garwyn Oaks, Hanlon, Howard Park, Ashburton and Callaway-Garrison

The Garwyn Oaks, Hanlon, Howard Park, Ashburton and Callaway-Garrison communities are tucked away in the northwest side of Baltimore. Both […]


Glen, in northwest Baltimore, is one of the largest neighborhoods making up northern Park Heights. Its tree-lined streets consist of […]


With its large Victorian homes, colonials and bungalows, the Hamilton-Lauraville communities of Lauraville, Arcadia, Moravia-Walther, Waltherson and Hamilton Hills are […]

Highlandtown and Greektown

Working-class families with deeply rooted Italian, German and Polish heritages, a burgeoning Hispanic community, and a new urban creative class […]


Five neighborhoods make up Midtown area: Mount Vernon, Madison Park, Charles North, Seton Hill and Heritage Crossing. Each has a […]


Mondawmin was estate countryside in the 19th century, characterized by large homes built by prominent city residents on the hilly […]

North Central Baltimore

North Central Baltimore North Central Baltimore is home to the vibrant neighborhoods of Ednor-Gardens-Lakeside, Waverly Village, Charles Village, Remington, Barclay, […]

Patterson Park

Visit the Patterson Park neighborhood on a warm Saturday afternoon and you’ll see why young, energetic homebuyers are joining the […]


Pigtown’s biggest draws are its diversity (social, economic, and racial) and location. The neighborhood is gaining in value but is […]

Reservoir Hill

Many of the streets in Reservoir Hill are linked to prominent families who settled here and built elaborate estates and […]
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