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Overview of Middle River

Middle River is an unincorporated town in eastern Baltimore County, MD. The bedroom community is ideal for residents who seek a quiet lifestyle near all the amenities and recreational opportunities in downtown Baltimore. With 214 miles of coast along the Chesapeake Bay, there is plenty of outdoor recreation that residents enjoy year round. Middle River apartments for rent are also near endless shopping, dining, and entertainment options the city has to offer. In Baltimore County, the Piedmont Wine Trail offers residents a high-quality getaway only a few miles away. According to City-Data, roughly 25,200 residents lived in Middle River as of 2010.

Living in Middle River, MD

It's common to hear Essex and Middle River considered the same community, as both are located in the eastern region of the county. These areas were the least urbanized areas at the turn of the century, but today they show the most sustainable growth.

In 1909, the Taylor Land Company began the community, which was used by residents of Baltimore for growing gardens because land was cheap. By 1921, the region was slowly turning into a town with the opening of a fire station and two churches. A few years later, schools were built and the community was growing into more than a rural getaway for urbanites. The Eastern Rolling Mill that played a major role in the community opened in 1919 and continues to be an important source for jobs.

Middle River Attractions and Special Events

Individuals living in Middle River apartments have diverse opportunities in Baltimore at their fingertips. From attending a sporting event to a musical performance, the cultural resources available downtown offer virtually anything one may need. The area is also home to many beautiful golf courses and expansive wildlife.

Since 1988, Jakes Seafood House has been a mainstay in Baltimore. The restaurant is famously known for its crab soup, created from a recipe dating back to 1929, and crab cakes from a family recipe at least 80 years old. The original Jakes was founded in 1929 and has been a tradition ever since.

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