Baltimore is named for the founding proprietor of the Maryland Colony, Cecilius Calvert, Lord Baltimore. The largest city in Maryland, Baltimore's economy has moved to more service sector-oriented businesses. Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital are the largest employers in the city. Come see what homes for rent in this vibrant city have to offer for your family.
Baltimore offers hot, humid summers and cool, moist winters. Lined with brick and Formstone rowhouses, many people associate the rowhouse with the city.
Downtown Baltimore offers Harborplace, the Camden Yards Sports Complex, the Convention Center and the National Aquarium, one of the world's largest. Residents also enjoy bars, nightclubs, restaurants and shopping centers sprinkled liberally through the area. North of downtown, Loyola College and Johns Hopkins University are located near neighborhoods such as Roland Park, Homewood and Guilford.
South of downtown, Locust Point offers affordable houses, apartments, and rental homes. The Federal Hill business district offers a variety of stores and restaurants, as well as the annual Federal Hill Festival. Canton, about 2 miles east of downtown, near the outer harbor in Southeast Baltimore, has recently seen a renaissance of many new developments. Cherry Hill offers inexpensive homes, pubs and restaurants.
Morgan State University can be found in northeastern Baltimore, surrounded by rental homes and apartments for rent. Johns Hopkins Hospital is located in east Baltimore, surrounded by inexpensive residential neighborhoods. West Baltimore offers a mix of industrial and residential neighborhoods. Home to the Pimlico Race Course, several Synagogues, and Sinai Hospital, the west side of Baltimore offers homes for rent near Northern Parkway.
The most famous private institution in Baltimore is The Johns Hopkins University. Students can also attend other private schools, such as Baltimore International College, College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Loyola College in Maryland, Maryland Institute College of Art, Peabody Institute, and Sojourner-Douglass College. Public schools are also available, including Baltimore City Community College, Coppin State University, Morgan State University, University of Baltimore, and the University of Maryland - Baltimore.
Constellation Energy is Baltimore's Fortune 500 Company; however, nearby suburbs offer Grace Chemicals and Black & Decker. Johns Hopkins Hospital serves as the central building in a new biotechnology park. One of two such projects, the park will offer space for medical/technology upstarts. Baltimore has two airports: Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, known as BWI, and Martin State Airport.
A beautiful ball park, Oriole Park has inspired similar ballparks in other cities. Internationally renowned, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra provides a wonderful opportunity to enjoy music. The Baltimore Opera and Baltimore Consort also offer musical entertainment. A wide array of theater groups also offer diversions for residents.
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