Canton is a trendy neighborhood located along Baltimore’s outer harbor in the southeastern section of the city. John O’Donnell was the first person to transport goods from Canton to Baltimore and named his plantation after it. The neighborhood was a major port but then became industrialized and would eventually experience a residential revival. Canton is generally centered around O’Donnell Square, a park that houses several bars and restaurants, an art gallery, a former fire station and the very first branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. There have been many new developments in the recent years – the Canton Waterfront Park, Maryland Korean War Memorial, the rehabilitated American Can Company, two marinas and a public boat launch, the DuBurns Soccer Arena, and in 2013 Canton Crossing – a brand new shopping destination opened. Canton is roughly two miles east of Baltimore’s downtown district.

Tour The Neighborhood

Shopping / Dining

Residential

O’Donnell Square

In & Around The Neighborhood of Canton

2016 Info & Statistics

Maryland Historic DistrictYes
Baltimore City Historic DistrictNo
Total Residential Sales462
Highest Sale Price - All Residential $1,300,000
Lowest Sale Price - All Residential$80,000
Average Sale Price - All Residential$336,039
Total Condo Sales27
Highest Sale Price - Condo$1,300,000
Lowest Sale Price - Condo$199,900
Average Sale Price - Condo$451,563