Cost of Living and Demographics
The neighborhoods of Mondawmin and NW Community Action are similar in terms of household size. In Mondawmin, the average household size is 2.41 inhabitants, and in NW Community Action it is 2.64 inhabitants.
When it comes to earnings, Mondawmin's median average household income of $33.0K/year is comparable to NW Community Action. However, when it comes to education, the number of Mondawmin residents with a master's degree surpasses the number of NW Community Action residents with a master's degree.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
We provide ratings and reviews of apartments in the Mondawmin area, so interested renters can easily find the answers to all their questions related to the local rental market. Searching for somewhere that offers an impressive selection of restaurants? Mondawmin's Reisterstown Rd. is one of the busiest (and tastiest) streets in town. Once you've done your homework on the area, be sure you use our apartment finder tool to complete your hunt for your next apartment in Mondawmin.
Residents have their pick of dining-out options in Mondawmin. Many of them are conveniently located on Clifton Ave., close to the rentals listed on Apartment Guide. To add to that, a neighborhood chain-restaurant spot is Subway. The restaurant is located on W North Ave.
The Yelp page will provide you with even more places to eat, drink and hang out in Mondawmin.
Mondawmin is home to a few different grocery stores, such as J & M Mini Market and Cynthia's Convenient Store. These stores are located on Reisterstown Rd. On top of that, for household-name grocery stores, there's Shoppers on Gwynns Falls Ct.
Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Mondawmin are Frederick Douglass High School, Civitas Middle/High School and Robert W. Coleman Elementary 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.
The only district in the neighborhood, Baltimore City Public district has a total enrollment of 84,100 students and 5,700 teachers, for a student teacher ratio of 15-to-1. There are 44 high schools, 97 middle schools and 128 elementary schools in the district.