Specializing in waterfront and city living in Baltimore's premier neighborhoods


Baltimore is an ecclectic collection of neighborhoods, each with their own unique identity and character, and altogether defining Charm City as we know it.  Which one fits you best?

Harbor East

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One of the newest developments in Baltimore City, Harbor East features boutique shopping and destination dining within steps of the water. This neighborhood features luxury waterfront condos, but offers ease of living with Whole Foods, CVS, and banks all within a few blocks.  The newest addition to the neighborhood is the Four Seasons Hotel and Condominiums.

Four Seasons

Scarlett Place

Spinnaker Bay


Fell's Point

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Fell’s Point is a historic waterfront neighborhood in Baltimore City established by the Fell family in 1763. This neighborhood was a thriving seaport popular amongst sailors and privateers for the abundance of taverns and lodging lining the shores where they could be within their captain’s call and ready to go out to sea at a moments notice. Today, the neighborhood retains its historic charm while offering contemporary dining and shopping options.  The atmosphere of the waterfront is very reminiscent of a European village with cobblestones streets and open air bars and restaurants. 

1400 Lancaster

Henderson's Wharf

Belt's Landing

1500 Thames

John O’Donnell, an Irish merchant, established Canton in 1785 as a trade port. Today, we celebrate his legacy with O’Donnell square in the heart of Canton, the park is surrounded by pubs and restaurants. Just a few blocks away, you can enjoy miles of waterfront promenade perfect for jogging or just strolling along the water to take in sights of ships passing by or jump on a water taxi to the Inner Harbor . 

Canton Cove​



The Shipyard



Inner Harbor

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Historically, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor was a working seaport and industrial section of the town allowing for heavy commerce and the city’s rapid development. Much has changed since the early days of Fell’s Point, which is now an international tourist destination on the water featuring a waterfront promenade, the National Aquarium of Baltimore, the Harbor Gallery Mall (Brooks Brothers, Ann Taylor, Coach are just a few of the shops), and so much more. Enjoy waterfront dining, shop at trendy restaurants, or tour the ships that dock in the harbor. There is truly something for everyone.

414 Water Street

Harbor Court

Federal Hill

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Federal Hill is a neighborhood on the South side of Baltimore City to the West of the Inner Harbor, which is named after the famous hill that stands prominently along the waterfront. The hill is a lush, green park today, but it was originally the site of paint pigment mining. Keeping the artistic history of the neighborhood in mind, Federal Hill includes Baltimore’s Visionary Arts Museum. Federal Hill also boasts bars where mixology is the name of the game and mouth-watering eateries. Along the waterfront on the edge of Federal Hill are the 6 buildings of the Ritz-Carlton Residences and the Harbor View community.  

Harbor View


Harbor Court


Mount Vernon

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Mt Vernon is a neighborhood situated around what Baltimoreans claim to be the original Washington monument. This neighborhood is one of Baltimore’s oldest and was known to as home to some of the most wealthy and influential people in Baltimore’s history. Today, you can enjoy historic architect alongside the height of modern fashion all within the same neighborhood. Art and entertainment thrive in Mt Vernon where you’ll find bookstores, playhouses, galleries, and more.

St. Paul at Chase

1209 Charles 

Locust Point

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Locust Point is host to Fort McHenry, a location key to our nation during the American Revolution and securing independence during the war of 1812 , be sure to visit Fort McHenry at the end of the point. In our modern time, the ever growing Under Armor headquarters has made Locust Point its home. This area continues to grow as more businesses and restaurants flood the area allowing for a small town feel with upscale urban dwellings. Locust Point is where industry and commerce meet city living.  The  Silo Point Condominium has wonderful views of the harbor from this South side of the harbor. 

Silo Point

Charles Village

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Charles Village is an active and diverse historic community with a strong sense of self-identity. The neighborhood has an abundance of notable cultural and educational resources, being the home to such institutions as the Johns Hopkins University and the Baltimore Museum of Art.  Known for its "Painted Ladies", the uniquely colorful and eclectic facades and front porches of its late 19th to early 20th century historic rowhomes, the neighborhood has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1983. Complete with many neighborhood corner stores and a developed main strip of restaurants and retail along north St. Paul Street, Charles Village is ideal for individuals and families looking for the convenience of city living with the character of a suburban community.

Village Lofts