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Downtown, Baltimore, MD

Downtown Baltimore, MD, encompasses Baltimore's Westside, Camden Yards, City Center and the Inner Harbor. This rapidly expanding residential neighborhood has contemporary apartment communities, upscale condominiums and an eclectic mix of businesses. Downtown Baltimore, home to many cultural attractions and a vibrant nightlife, is adjacent to the Federal Hill and Mount Vernon neighborhoods.

Downtown Baltimore Activities

Baltimore's Westside is home to the Market Center, a 24-block, 19th-century national historic district. Residents can enjoy off-Broadway productions at the Hippodrome Performing Arts Center. The 14,000-seat Baltimore Arena hosts ice shows, concerts and indoor sporting events such as basketball and mixed martial arts fights. Camden Yards has the distinction of hosting Major League Baseball's Baltimore Orioles.

Downtown Baltimore Attractions

City Center is home to many of Baltimore's skyscrapers and the renowned Charles Street National Scenic Byway. This 18th-century thoroughfare runs through several historic districts and woodlands for 12 miles. The Inner Harbor is a popular destination where residents can enjoy waterfront dining, shopping and entertainment at Harborplace, a festival marketplace, and at the Power Plant Live. Baltimore Harbor also serves as the mooring site for several historic vessels, including the Lightship Chesapeake, the submarine USS Torsk and the 19th-century sloop-of-war USS Constellation.

Apartments in Downtown Baltimore, MD

You can choose from a wide variety of apartments for rent in Downtown Baltimore, MD. Apartment Guide can help you find a Downtown Baltimore apartment that fits your lifestyle and budget. Our customized search program enables you to sort available listings based upon individual specifications, such as parking, pet policies and amenities. Use Apartment Guide to find the space you're looking for.

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