Parkside is a busy neighborhood of Baltimore in Baltimore City next to Belair-Edison. Living in Parkside, a heavily populated part of Baltimore, gives residents access to restaurants nearby, such as Nyammings Jamaican & Amer in the neighborhood of Belair-Edison. There are other great apartments in the surrounding area. Even more apartments are available in the adjacent neighborhoods of Belair-Edison and Northeast Baltimore.
Cost of Living and Demographics
Parkside has about the same average living cost as other metro areas in Baltimore, such as Belair-Edison. A household in Parkside spends about $40.1K/year in total expenditures on average. By comparison Belair-Edison's expenditures come to about $41.7K/year.
The neighborhoods of Parkside and Belair-Edison are similar to each other both in terms of the percentage of households that have children and the average household size. In Parkside, the percentage of households with children is 36% and the average household size is 2.22 people per household, and in Belair-Edison 40% of households have children and there are 2.43 people per household on average.
Parkside's average household income is $44.0K, which is similar to Belair-Edison's. Be that as it may, Parkside is home to more residents with master's degrees than Belair-Edison.
Local Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Parkside are Maritime Industries Academy, Northeast Middle School and Furley Elementary School. The school information here serves as an approximation of what districts your children might attend, but be sure to speak with school district officials to confirm the precise schools serving the apartments for rent in the area.
The student teacher ratios at the nearby schools of Northeast Middle School and Furley Elementary School are both low. At Northeast Middle School it's 13-to-1 and at Furley Elementary School it's 14-to-1.
With lower student-teacher ratios and fewer overall students than Baltimore County Public Schools, the Baltimore City Public district offers residents 128 elementary schools, 97 middle schools and 44 high schools. Baltimore City Public district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Baltimore County Public district.