Where to Live

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Where to Live

With over 225 unique neighborhoods to explore, you’re sure to find a community in Baltimore that makes you feel right at home. To help you get started, we’ve highlighted some of the most popular neighborhoods among our residents below!



Before you get started

Live Baltimore is a helpful non-profit resource you can use to explore Baltimore’s neighborhoods and find the one that’s right for you.

Popular Neighborhoods

Mount Washington

Just minutes from Sinai’s campus, the scenic Mt. Washington neighborhood in Northwest Baltimore offers serene village living, small business shopping, artisanal eateries and plenty of recreational opportunities, including lacrosse, rugby, golf, swim clubs, running trails and a light rail stop. Despite its small-town charms, Mt. Washington residents also enjoy quick and easy access to the city proper by car or rail.

Bolton Hill

West Baltimore’s Bolton Hill neighborhood is centrally located and made up of restored mid to late 19th century townhouses, urban mansions, churches and public buildings. Representing the best of urban living in a historic city, Bolton Hill’s tree-lined streets, peaceful parks and grand monuments are quick to capture the hearts of residents who move there.

Mount Washington

Canton offers a perfect blend of urban excitement and suburban conveniences. With easy walks to the bars and restaurants Canton Square, a major shopping center and a delightful waterfront scene, this neighborhood is another favorite for young families and professionals.

Suburban Options

For residents interested in a more suburban living experience, nearby towns and cities such as Towson, Owings Mills, White Marsh and Catonsville offer a sense of close-knit community and are replete with convenient shopping options, incredible cuisine, recreational parks and more.

Inner Harbor

The Inner Harbor in Downtown Baltimore is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Residents of the area’s high-rise condos and apartments enjoy waterfront views, a plethora of shopping and dining options, and close proximity to other popular neighborhoods such as Federal Hill and Fells Point.

Federal Hill

Between its vibrant nightlife, diverse array of delicious cuisine and some of the city’s best public schools, it’s no wonder that Federal Hill is a popular choice for young professionals and families. The neighborhood’s namesake, Federal Hill, overlooks the harbor and offers one of the most striking views of the city.

Fells Point

Fells point is a historic waterfront neighborhood established in 1763. This community’s cobblestone streets are lined with National Historic Register buildings and residences, and its nightlife is among the city’s best. Fells Point also features an eclectic assortment of shops and boutiques. Combining historic character with modern luxuries, Fells Point is among the city’s best destinations for shopping, food, music and fun.