Downtown is the historic financial district in Baltimore with hundreds of businesses found there and it remains the center of life in Baltimore since Baltimore was chartered in 1796. Most of Baltimore’s skyscrapers are located in Downtown as well as the historic Charles Street corridor. Downtown Baltimore has increasingly become the preferred residential section and also contains Camden Yards, which includes the well-known home of the Baltimore Orioles, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium, home of the two time Superbowl Champs, the Baltimore Ravens. The World Famous Lexington Market remains in its original 1789 location Downtown – you can find anything from a famous Faidley’s Crab cake to a fresh baked Berger cookie at the Berger Cookie. There is an abundance of entertainment and shopping choices in Downtown –shops, restaurants, popular clubs and bars located in and around the Gallery at Harborplace and the Power Plant Live. The Pratt Street Power Plant was built in 1900. There are also some of the best theaters – the Hippodrome and The Everyman Theater.

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Commute To Downtown:0 minutes
Commute To Towson:20-35 minutes
Commute To BWI:14-26 minutes

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2019 Sales Data +

Maryland Historic DistrictYes
Baltimore City Historic DistrictNo
Total Residential Sales25
Highest Sale Price - All Residential$449,900
Lowest Sale Price - All Residential$118,900
Average Sale Price - All Residential$213,276
Total Condo Sales22
Highest Sale Price - Condo$279,000
Lowest Sale Price - Condo$118,900
Average Sale Price - Condo$198,954