Inner Harbor

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has been one of the major seaports in the United States since the 1700s and in the 1970s the Inner Harbor started becoming the cultural center of Baltimore. It was described by the Urban Land Institute in 2009 as “the model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world.” It was named by National Geographic as one of the best summer trips in 2012 and boasts over 13 million visitors a year. The Inner Harbor is home to many delectable restaurants, unique shopping, museums, live entertainment, and of course local pubs. There is so much to do – you can be a tourist everyday – visit the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, Phillips Seafood, the Hard Rock Cafe or the Observation Level of the World Trade Center Baltimore to see the amazing Baltimore skyline panoramic views.

Walk Score

Commute Times

Commute To Downtown:1-10 minutes
Commute To Towson:25-40 minuts
Commute To BWI:15-35 minutes

In and Around The Inner Harbor

Featured Inner Harbor Condos

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2019 Sales Data +

Maryland Historic DistrictYes
Baltimore City Historic DistrictNo
Total Residential Sales68
Highest Sale Price - All Residential$4,150,000
Lowest Sale Price - All Residential$113,924
Average Sale Price - All Residential$626,940
Total Condo Sales62
Highest Sale Price - Condo$4,150,000
Lowest Sale Price - Condo$113,924
Average Sale Price - Condo$634,608