Cost of Living and Select Demographics
Is Union Square the right neighborhood for you? A look at your future neighbors' expenditures might help you make a decision. Union Square (where the average household spends $45.9K/year) is less affordable than other places nearby. For instance, residents in West Pratt spend $29.3K/year.
The neighborhood of West Pratt is somewhat different from Union Square in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Union Square the median age is 33, while in West Pratt it's 22. In Union Square, the average household size is 2.45 people, and it's 2.51 people in West Pratt. The percentage of households that have children is the exact same for each neighborhood, at 29%.
At $53.7K, the average income level in Union Square is significantly higher than that of West Pratt's, which stands at $25.6K.
Amenities Around the Apartments for Rent
Make the move to your next neighborhood with help from our online ratings and reviews. Hear what others have to say about the Union Square area, including opinions about its extensive dining, drink and recreational options. 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 Union Square.
Wine and dine with family and friends in Union Square with dinner at Top Carry Out and drinks at David's Place.
Survey the Yelp page for additional places to grab some grub, enjoy some cocktails and unwind in Union Square.
When short on groceries or other household supplies, Yemin Groceries, a grocery store, is located within the neighborhood on W Lombard St.
Local Schools and School Districts
Schools near the apartments in Union Square are Mount Clare Christian School, The Seed School Of Maryland and Steuart Hill Academic Academy. It's a good rule of thumb to talk with school districts in the area to get the final word on what schools serve the apartments for rent in the area you are most interested.
The only district in the neighborhood, Baltimore City Public district has a total enrollment of 84,100 students and 5,700 teachers on staff, for a student teacher ratio of 15-to-1. There are 44 high schools, 97 middle schools and 128 elementary schools in the district.