Baltimore County Apartments for Rent
You’ve seen it a hundred times: Baltimore, Maryland’s distinct Inner Harbor is one of the most photographed and visited areas of the city. It looks gorgeous, but is this timeless city as exciting as it seems? When you rent a Baltimore apartment, what can you expect?
The world-renowned Inner Harbor is surrounded by historic neighborhoods, from clusters of row homes with water-view roof decks to Victorian beauties on tree-lined streets – in fact, Baltimore is nicknamed “the city of neighborhoods” – and here residents can find city living at its best. Unique shops and restaurants, a vibrant arts scene, and a rich history as one of the country’s major seaports since the 1700s all give Baltimore a unique, unforgettable character and a wide variety of fine dining, cultural experiences and exciting nightlife.
History comes alive here; as a major seaport, Baltimore had grown to become the third-largest city in America by the turn of the 18th century and today is one of the nation’s oldest cities. It offers a wealth of historical sites including 72 historic districts and more than 57,000 monuments, statues and other interesting architectural structures.