Baltimore
Times, they are a-changing. Downtown Baltimore has seen tremendous growth in all areas, including residents, employees, and shops. We’re not surprised. Downtown is the pulse of this City and more and more people want to be a part of it. Downtown Baltimore is exciting, upbeat, and original- just like the people who call it home.

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See this box to the right ---->;? It's where we make helpful suggestions for places to live in Downtown. Before you pick a place, you need to pick a neighborhood, and Baltimore is the land of charming neighborhoods. If you aren't sure where to start, check out our neighborhood map below and click around until you've educated yourself enough to know the difference between N. Charles and S. Charles Street, Fell's and Upper Fells'.

If you are ready for a more serious commitment, check out Live Baltimore's homebuyer incentive programs, loans, and real estate agents.

Buy in Baltimore

From financial incentives to homeownership Counseling, if it has anything to do with buying in Baltimore, Live Baltimore is the resource for you.

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Baltimore Magazine: Newcomer's Guide

Welcome to the greatest city in America. Earlier this year, The New York Times named Baltimore one of the top 52 places to visit in 2018—in the world. And we couldn’t agree more. However long you’ve been a Baltimorean, consider this guide your welcoming committee.

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Cross Street Farmers Market

More than 20 vendors will be in positioned along Cross Street Market every Saturday starting May 4. Your market bag will runneth over from 8am-12pm with all the amazing options that will be available.

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39 West Lexington

These are some pretty swanky digs directly in the center of the city. 30 West Lexington is pretty majestic with it's grand architecture, but inside, the amenities are just right fort he 21st century city dweller.

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Luxury Lofts at 222 Saratoga

Looking to lease in Downtown? Check out 222 Saratoga. This historic warehouse has been transformed into 82 unique lofts with soaring ceilings and walls of glass for perfect city views. They also have a preferred employers program, so depending on where you work, they may waive deposit fees.

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1405 Point

At 1405 Point, you’ll be close to the office, but even closer to the water – priorities as they should be. Find everything you’re looking for in Baltimore’s most exciting new neighborhood, Harbor Point.

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Neighborhood
Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. From the laid back vibe in Locust Point, to the bustle of Harbor East, to the old-world charm of Mount Vernon and everywhere in between, Downtown has its residents covered.

Get better acquainted with our neighborhoods by clicking on the areas that interest you on the map below.

City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Historic Jonestown
Little Italy
Hopkins Medical Campus
Canton
Fell's Point / Upper Fell's
Harbor East
Old Town
Federal Hill / SoBo
Locust Point
Pigtown / Washington Village
Ridgely's Delight / Stadiums
City Hall
Charles Center
Preston Garden
Cathedral Hill
Bromo Arts District
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Bromo Arts District
Seton Hill
Mount Vernon
Downtown News
Downtown Events
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Downtown Baltimore’s evolution continues, and we are here to push it forward. Read our 2018 Annual Report to learn more about our capital improvements, parks & programming, safety, homeless outreach, marketing, and other investments we make in Downtown Baltimore each year. #ProudlyBaltimore

Financing goal for Lexington Market has been reached, allowing construction to begin this year. The 40 million dollar renovation will break ground in February 2020.

After three years of advocacy, the resurfacing work along Baltimore Street between Howard and Gay Streets was completed in late 2019. We have been assured by DOT that the striping and crosswalks will be repainted as soon as the weather gets warmer. Thank you to all the City partners that helped make this possible.