Downtown ZIP codes: 21201, 21202
"City Center: The historic heart of Downtown Baltimore, City Center encompasses such communities as Historic Charles Street, Charles Center, Market Place and is home to hundreds of businesses and offices. Downtown's Inner Harbor features world class attractions such as the National Aquarium and Port Discovery Children's Museum as well as thousands of hotel rooms and acres of meeting space. One can enjoy fine shopping, dining, and entertainment at Harborplace, the Power Plant, and Power Plant Live. Nearby communities include Little Italy, Historic Jonestown, Harborview, and Inner Harbor East. The focus of massive new investments, Downtown's West Side is being transformed by ambitious development projects such as the just completed Atrium at Market Center. West Side communities include University Center, and the Loft District. Home to both the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens, Camden Yards is much more than just architecturally acclaimed sports stadiums. Camden Yards is the gateway to downtown with unparalleled access from I-395, the Baltimore/Washington Parkway and MARC's Camden Line with service to Washington DC. Enjoy the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, neighborhood bars and restaurants while you are here. Nearby communities include the neighborhood of Ridgley's Delight and the Carol Camden Business Center."
- Baltimore Resident For 11 Years
What I love most about my neighborhood
It's a great city with beautiful architecture, a relaxed vibe but can also be dignified when it wants to be! and it still has a lot left to be rediscovered. Baltimore and it's historic neighborhoods, have potential to be a nationally recognized, metropolises and it will be building up fast within the later half of this decade.
What brought me here
My partner and I took jobs here.