Come hungry and sleep well in Locust Point, because this is an eaters' neighborhood with over 10 types of food near the rentals in the neighborhood. Locust Point residents appreciate nearby comforts and conveniences like grocers, which are attractive options for families and frequent food shoppers. There are other great apartments in the surrounding area. Even more apartments are available in the adjacent neighborhoods of South Baltimore and Latrobe Park.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
Find your footing in a new neighborhood with a little help from ApartmentGuide.com. For starters, look into living near two of Locust Point's busiest areas. If easy access to your favorite restaurants, bars and basic conveniences is important, consider renting near E Fort Ave. and Hull St. Use our apartment finder tool to help you conduct research on apartments in Locust Point.
Wine and dine yourself in Locust Point with dinner at Hull Street Blues Cafe and drinks at Down The Hatch.
The Yelp page will provide you with even more places to eat, drink and hang out in Locust Point.
One of the main places to buy food in the area is Stars Confectionary.
Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Locust Point are Digital Harbor High School, The Crossroads School and Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School. While this school district information should give you a good idea of your children's school options near the apartments for rent, it's imperative you consult with area school district representatives to confirm the exact schools your children are eligible to attend.
Digital Harbor High School, a high school in the Baltimore City Public district school, offers advanced-placement classes. The student-teacher ratios at The Crossroads School and Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School are both low. At The Crossroads School it's 11-to-1, one of the lowest in the district, while Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School's 15-to-1.
The Baltimore City Public district offers 128 elementary schools, 97 middle schools and 44 high schools. In terms of student-teacher ratios and student-body size, Baltimore City Public district trumps Anne Arundel County Public district with fewer students per teacher and a lower number of enrolled students. Baltimore City Public district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Anne Arundel County Public district.
Living, Demographics and Costs
Locust Point's cost of living is higher than in South Baltimore, and that is likely due to it having more amenities and it being more desirable overall. The average household spends $65.0K/year in total expenditures, compared to South Baltimore's $36.0K /year.
Locust Point is similar to South Baltimore in a few ways. The median age of residents in both neighborhoods is roughly 27. They also are comparable by average household size -- 1.96 inhabitants per household in Locust Point and 2.45 in South Baltimore.
Is Locust Point the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby South Baltimore make an average of $36.8K, Locust Point residents are raking in an average of $88.2K.