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951 Fell St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,895 - $4,340 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 293-3080

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777 S Eden St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,810 - $3,400 | Studio - 2 Beds

(667) 207-8315

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1305 Dock St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,773 - $4,034 | Studio - 2 Beds

(844) 542-3881

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622 S Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,424 - $6,065 | Studio - 4 Beds

(410) 885-6981

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1900 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,749 - $2,674 | 1 - 2 Beds

(667) 219-4074

Updated 1 day ago
Crescent at Fells Point
915 S Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,855 - $3,579 | Studio - 2 Beds

(667) 219-3952

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510 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,925 | 2 Beds
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510 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$2,150 | 3 Beds
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510 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$1,925 | 2 Beds
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510 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231
$2,100 | 2 Beds
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Fells Point Neighborhood in Baltimore, MD

Fells Point Neighborhood

Fell’s Point, a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland was founded in 1726 by William Fell, a shipbuilder from England who was attracted to Baltimore’s deep-water port. For more than one hundred years Fell’s Point shipbuilders developed the famed Baltimore Clippers; they built two of the first ships in the US Navy, the USS Constellation and the USS Enterprise. They also financed the “privateers” – privately owned warships authorized by the US government to raid and capture enemy ships – that helped win the War of 1812. These included the famous Chasseur, one of the largest and most successful privateers of the war, which became a successful Chinese Trader because of her speed and size.

The neighborhood of Fells Point is bounded on the north by Aliceanna Street, on the east by Wolfe Street, on the south by the Harbor, and on the west by Dallas Street.

In the 1960s, Baltimore planned to demolish the heart of Fell’s Point to build an expressway. The Preservation society was founded to defeat the proposal, and many historic buildings were saved including:

  • Baltimore’s oldest surviving urban residence, circa 1875, the Robert Long House was restored in the 1970s
  • The Levering Coffee House, circa 1806, was restored in 2006 by the Living Classrooms Foundation
  • Today Fell’s Point is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, coffee houses, music stores and – perhaps because of its maritime history – the greatest concentration of pubs in the city, over 120.

    Fells Point is a popular tourist location, and is accessible by water taxi, freeway, and several bus lines. Gentrification has occurred here in recent years, as a steadily increasing number of upper-income residents have moved into the area. Fell’s Point is listed on the National Register of Historic Districts.

    The neighborhood sponsors a number of annual events, including:

  • The Fun Festival, an annual event held the first weekend in October; the Fun Festival benefits the Preservation Society, a nonprofit organization promoting the preservation of Fell’s Point and Federal Hill
  • Privateer Day, an annual event sponsored by Fell’s Point Main Street; included are a sea battle, pirate-themed bands and music, pirate entertainers, tall ships, a living history camp and food vendors, and at night the annual Pyrate Invasion is held
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