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Overview of Roland Park

Roland Park Baltimore is historically significant for being North America's first planned suburban community. It is also known for St. Mary's Seminary and University, which was the first seminary founded in the United States. Roland Park Baltimore was initially developed between the years of 1890 and 1920 as a streetcar suburb for the upper class, and it is named after Roland Thornberry, an early Baltimore County landowner. The neighborhood is conveniently situated just off Interstate 83, which provides easy access into downtown Baltimore and the surrounding suburbs.

Roland Park Apartments In Baltimore

There are several apartments in Roland Park Baltimore with complexes containing anywhere from 43 to 122 units. The average rent ranges from approximately $830 rent per month for a studio to $1400 rent per month for a two bedroom apartment. Roland Park Baltimore apartments typically include controlled security access, free wireless Internet, laundry facilities, and hardwood flooring.

Things to Do in Roland Park Baltimore

Residents of Roland Park have access to multiple activities, shops and restaurants within and around the community. The Stoney Run Trail is a scenic wooded trail that follows a stream and is popular for jogging, walking and even bird watching. Residents also enjoy the community pool, which is open from 10 AM to 9 PM daily during the summer. The first planned suburban community with the first U.S. seminary also contains the world's first shopping center, as credited by the Guinness Book of World Records. The Roland Park Shopping Center opened in 1907 with six stores, and it still houses a few small shops. Residents also enjoy the nearby Village of Cross Keys, an upscale center with a Bowers & Snyder, Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa and Williams Sonoma. Area restaurants include the Petit Louis Bistro, Donna's and the Village Square Cafe.

Pet Friendly Apartments in Roland Park Baltimore

Some Roland Park Baltimore apartments allow pets, but some only allow cats or small breed dogs. You can take your dog out for some exercise at the Paw Point Dog Park, which is just 2.5 miles away. There are plenty of local shops that sell pet food and supplies, such as Dogma For Pets and Petco. In addition, you can have peace of mind knowing that there are several veterinarians in the area, including the Towson Veterinarian Hospital, Falls Road Animal Hospital and the Belvedere Veterinary Center.

Commuting From Roland Park Baltimore

Residents in the neighborhood have several excellent options for commuting into Baltimore, including the convenient Interstate 83 access that zips drivers into downtown in just five miles. In addition, the Maryland Transit Administration's (MTA) Cold Spring Lane light rail station is within walking distance of most neighborhood residents. The station is operated by two light rail lines that provide service between Hunt Valley to the north and BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to the south, with stops including Lexington Market, the Convention Center and Camden Yards.

Roland Park Baltimore Schools & Education

Roland Park is in the Baltimore City School District, and many residents choose to live in the town because of its outstanding schools. The public Roland Park Elementary and Middle School (K to 8th) has received recognition across the state for its commitment to mixing arts into the school’s curriculum and has been awarded the Maryland State Department of Education's Blue Ribbon for Academic Excellence. Private schools in the community include the Boys Latin School of Maryland, Bryn Mawr School, Calvert School, Gilman School, and the Friends School of Baltimore.