Home to world-renowned sporting events, a vibrant waterfront, rich cultural history, and some of the best seafood in the country, Baltimore stands out as one of the premiere locations to live. With more than 225 distinct and diverse neighborhoods to choose from, finding apartments in Baltimore mainly comes down to finding the area that's the perfect fit for you!
Average rent for apartments in Baltimore comes in below the national average, making Baltimore an affordable city to live, work, and play in. The rental market is healthy in Baltimore, with an overall vacancy rating of just 3.8 percent, meaning that you should be able to find plenty of Baltimore apartments suited to your needs. When it comes to amenities, pools aren't as popular in Baltimore because of the seasons. However, you can generally expect to find fitness centers, covered parking, and apartments that are close to all the fun things to do in Baltimore.
Lots of visitors flock to the Inner Harbor for all of the sights, but some of the biggest areas for Baltimore apartments for rent are found in neighborhoods like Federal Hill (known as "Fed Hill" by locals), Canton and Fell's Point. Many residents here rent condo-style lofts or classic marble stone front homes with charming stoops. Even though Baltimore is distinctly urban - making it the perfect spot for apartment living - there are plenty of lush green spaces in the area that residents enjoy, including Canton Waterfront Park and Patterson Park - once the country's largest urban park.
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