The charming suburb of Glen Burnie, MD is conveniently located between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. With a great location for families, commuters, or even young professional, Glen Burnie apartments offer residents big-city amenities and an involved community.
Glen Burnie has a diverse population, which is reflected in the wide range of monthly rents. Residents can expect to pay anywhere from $800 to $2,000 per month for Glen Burnie apartments. Those who want to lower their cost of living can ditch the car (and expenses that come with it) and instead use the light rail system for transportation. A quick and efficient way to get around, this system is also easy to navigate.
Glen Burnie is a great area for anyone interested in golf. With the Arundel Golf Park in town, it's hard to resist visiting the driving range every now and then. The park is also kid-friendly - it offers mini golf for younger children or adults who just want to enjoy themselves.
Residents who like history may want to check out a war memorial in the community. The To All Who Served marker is located in Glen Burnie, and was dedicated on Memorial Day 1991 to those who served to protect the country in times of crisis.
Those interested in obtaining a degree in Glen Burnie can attend Anne Arundel Community College, which has a campus in town. Because the community is so close to Baltimore, students can also easily commute to the city for school. The University of Baltimore offers pupils the atmosphere of a small campus, while instructing thousands of students. With undergraduate and graduate programs in addition to a law school, students with a wide variety of interests and skills will find something to interest them at the University of Baltimore.
Glen Burnie is a commuter-friendly city, and it's not just students commuting to get to their classes. Plenty of residents need to get to work every day, and they find employment throughout the county. Some of Anne Arundel County's top employers include Ft. George G. Meade, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and Northrop Grumman. Because of the community's strategic location, it is also easy for residents to get to their jobs in Baltimore or Washington, D.C.