- I Am A Dog Owner
- Baltimore Resident For 43 Years
What I love most about my neighborhood
Big city, small town feel
What brought me here
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Big city, small town feel
All the benefits of living in the DC metro area, without actually living in the DC metro area.
The seafood(crabs), people, camaraderie, museums, interesting people, family, and historic community.
I moved here because of a family member.
I'm inspired by how people work together to improve their neighborhoods and celebrate Baltimore's histories and strengths. Auchentoroly Terrace is a beautiful area with an active neighborhood association working on everything from regular alley cleaning and beautification to affordable development and community celebrations.
I came to Baltimore to join its arts communities and attend graduate school at MICA.
I love the neighborliness of Baltimore. My regular spots have come to know me by name, and I've gotten to know the people who work at them. I feel connected to my neighbors and friends in the city and it is easy to connect to the cultural scene.
I moved here originally to attend a master's program at one of Baltimore's institutions of higher education. After 10 years, I wouldn't leave!
The people. No matter where you go there's always someone around ready to chat about where to get something to eat, the Ravens and the Orioles, or to help with directions or other advice. Baltimore's people make it great.
I was born and raised in Baltimore County so have always been around the city. I moved into the city in 2003, moved out in 2005, realized that was a huge mistake and moved back in 2010 and have been here since. I love this town!
The friendliness of its people and its amazing historic architecture
My neighborhood is a good mix of old school Main Street that incorporates new businesses and resident needs. I like that you can quietly and respectfully get your party in the nearby commercial districts but what happens there, stays there and does not impact your peace and quiet enjoyment at home. There is easy access to several grocers and some are walkable. The commute to other regional amenities is really easy, even with traffic. It is not a far drive to BWI, Penn Station, downtown, Mt. Vernon and the Harbor, parts of the County, parts of PA, skiing and the Bay. There are also nice trails close by or just enjoy Lake Montebello. It has a good mix of what I need to have to enjoy life and my community.
My community, my house, my career, city living but easy access to skiing, kayaking and DC
The atmosphere of young professionals working and giving back to their community. Is has created a culture of responsibility for bettering Baltimore. I love the restaurant availability and the unique neighborhoods that it possesses.
Working at UMMC as a nurse as well as having friends and family living in the city.
I love the feeling of a small town big city! Each neighborhood has a distinct flavor with a full set of unique options that includes great food, bars, parks, and hangouts. Baltimore has really become a food and urban gardening town in the last decade just as much as it has always been beautifully historic and a great city for art and music. It's a humble place full of grit and charm with endless possibility! I really like that you can see the change you make here - you can find and grow your own community, however that looks!
I came for college at MICA and stayed!
The perfect size to always have a new place to explore but also run into a friendly face anywhere you go
More affordable than DC, where I grew up!
what it has to offer and the opportunities that's opening up
my parents and now that they have both passed on, I decided to stay and make it my home
Bayview offers the best of both worlds - city living in row houses where you can hang out with your neighbors, be part of a close community, and walk to the grocery store and Joseph Lee park; but unlike a lot of city residents, many of our houses in Bayview have small yards great for entertaining in the summer, plus being on the edge of the City makes it incredibly convenient to commute and travel - 895 and 95 are just 2 minutes away. We have a great mix of neighbors, young families and retired folks all happy to be living in the same neighborhood. There are lots of exciting projects happening or starting soon in and around Bayview - a mixed use development across from Hopkins Bayview hospital, the Bayview Marc train station, and the 2 mile walking path, garden, and playground at Joseph Lee Park. Now is the best time to invest in a Bayview home!
My job, the awesome home buying incentives, and the cost of living compared to very expensive DC.
What I love most about Baltimore is the variety of it's neighborhoods, its history, its beauty; whether it be listening to Jazz during a free concert at Cylburn Arboretum or eating crabs on waterfront at Middle River. I am a native Baltimorean, a graduate of Western High School, and I received my Bachelors Degree from University of Maryland Baltimore County, where I majored in Political Science, and minored in Public Administration. West Hills is city living, that feels like suburbia, neighbors know each other, watch out for each other, and really care about the community.
I am a lifelong resident, and I love Baltimore. My parents were born and raised in Baltimore city, and in the late 1950's they bought their first home in Edmondson Village. Today my brother owns that same row house, that me and my four siblings were raised in. While I have lived in Baltimore County, and Montgomery County, I have always been partial to Baltimore city, today I live in the quiet community of West Hills. I have owned my home in West Hills since early 1990's, and I love the neighborhood, it's 15 minutes to Harbor, 20 minutes to airport, and a great place for any family. The new Mass Transit Red Line will have a stop within walking distance, and provide a easy safe commute to inner city.
The arts districts, lots of yard sales, festivals. I also love exploring new coffee shops and restaurants - it's a lovely break from all the chain restaurants!
I've lived here my whole life. I grew up in Highlandtown and moved to Glenham-Belhar in 2012.
It's big enough to have everything you need but still small where everyone knows everyone else.
Grew up in the county and started working in the city in 2000.
My beautiful, spirited, volunteer-driven neighborhood.
I met a handsome man.
The architecture and the old world charm of Canton, Federal Hill,etc. It is very rich in culture and history.
I was born and raised here.
Baltimore is a very unique city with excellent neighborhoods in the midst of variable urban living. I can be inspired to give back with a multitude of causes and non-profits to assist, or relax and people watch in quaint cafes, like On The Hill Cafe in Bolton Hill (SO European!!!) or Harbor East Waterfront. The plight of North Avenue has been morphed to Station North- how can you not love the resiliency of this city. Ashburton- a lovely tree lined, middle class, single family home neighborhood, perfect to raise a family, with Hanlon park in walking distance and all the major highways in a 10 min drive. West side living at it's best, if only we had a Whole Foods, but finally Starbucks!!!!
I was born and raised in Baltimore, it will always hold a place in my heart whether I am near or far- with property to call my own!
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