Baltimore Apartments for Rent
Many movie-goers loved the vintage brownstone where Annie, Meg Ryan’s character in Sleepless in Seattle, lived, with its old-fashioned kitchen and architectural detail. Today Annie might regret leaving Baltimore for Seattle, because her city is more lively and has more to offer than ever, and those famous brownstones rest within bright, rebounding and dynamic urban neighborhoods.
Baltimore’s vibrant waterfront is the focus of a three-billion dollar development process taking place all over town. The city offers new attractions and restaurants that reflect its multi-cultural population.
Baltimore is known for its beautiful harbor, quirky, distinct neighborhoods, unique museums and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital and University of Maryland Medical Center.
It’s easy to get around in Baltimore, because its streets are organized in a grid pattern. Public transit is available here, courtesy of the Maryland Transit Administration and Charm City Circulator. The city has a comprehensive bus network, a small rail network and a subway line between Owings Mills and Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Visitors to Baltimore will want to feast on world-famous Maryland crabs. Most bountiful in the summer through early fall, crabs are best enjoyed in the traditional feast that includes corn on the cob. For those who nix the crabs, Maryland Fried Chicken is so famous, even the legendary Escoffier features a recipe for “Chicken à la Maryland” in his cookbook.
Baltimore has been synonymous with baseball since the birth of Babe Ruth in 1895. Since 1954 when they arrived in the city, the Orioles have advanced to the World Series six times, and won three times.
There’s always excitement brewing in Baltimore! Come be a part of it.