Apartments in Baltimore, MD (3,962 Rentals)

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Park Raven Apartments

Park Raven Apartments

1806 Ramblewood Rd Baltimore, MD 21239

1 to 2 bedrooms $799 to $999

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Mount Vernon Apartments

Mount Vernon Apartments

817 St Paul St Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 3 bedrooms $829 to $1,999

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929 Apartments

929 Apartments

929 N Wolfe St Baltimore, MD 21205

Studio to 4 bedrooms $850 to $1,975

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Willowbrook Apartment Homes

Willowbrook Apartment Homes

6310 Greenspring Ave Baltimore, MD 21209

1 to 3 bedrooms $915 to $2,090

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Rosemont Towson Apartments

Rosemont Towson Apartments

6920 Donachie Rd Baltimore, MD 21239

1 to 3 bedrooms $965 to $1,950

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University Place Apartments

University Place Apartments

617 W Lexington St Baltimore, MD 21201

2 to 3 bedrooms $1,000 to $1,550

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Brook View Apartments

Brook View Apartments

5921 Western Run Dr Baltimore, MD 21209

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,030 to $1,865

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Key Landing Apartments

Key Landing Apartments

8499 Lynch Rd Baltimore, MD 21222

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,049 to $1,629

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Fallstaff Manor Apartments

Fallstaff Manor Apartments

3014 Romaric Ct Baltimore, MD 21209

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,049 to $1,389

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The Atrium Apartments

The Atrium Apartments

118 N Howard St Baltimore, MD 21201

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,119 to $1,999

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The Equitable Building Apartments

The Equitable Building Apartments

10 N Calvert St Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,158 to $2,128

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10 Light Apartments

10 Light Apartments

10 Light St Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,160 to $3,955

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Camden Court Apartments

Camden Court Apartments

300 W Lombard St Baltimore, MD 21201

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,165 to $2,760

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520 Park Avenue Apt Apartments

520 Park Avenue Apt Apartments

520 Park Ave Baltimore, MD 21201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,170 to $2,050

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The Social North Charles Apartments

The Social North Charles Apartments

3900 N Charles St Baltimore, MD 21218

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,176 to $2,624

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The Carlyle Apartment Homes

The Carlyle Apartment Homes

500 W University Pky Baltimore, MD 21210

Studio to 4 bedrooms $1,190 to $3,805

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Prescott Square Apartments

Prescott Square Apartments

4400 Old Court Rd Baltimore, MD 21208

2 bedrooms $1,250 to $1,350

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The Mount Royal Apartments

The Mount Royal Apartments

103 E Mount Royal Ave Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,270 to $2,170

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Waterloo Place Apartments

Waterloo Place Apartments

690 N Calvert St Baltimore, MD 21202

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,316 to $2,548

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The Munsey Apartments

The Munsey Apartments

7 N Calvert St Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,321 to $2,672

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2Hopkins Apartments

2Hopkins Apartments

2 Hopkins Plz Baltimore, MD 21201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,324 to $2,464

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McHenry Row Apartments

McHenry Row Apartments

1500 Whetstone Way Baltimore, MD 21230

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,357 to $5,630

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The Berkleigh Apartments

The Berkleigh Apartments

6221 Greenleigh Ave Baltimore, MD 21220

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,375 to $2,436

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Gallery Tower Apartments

Gallery Tower Apartments

111 W Centre St Baltimore, MD 21201

1 bedroom $1,380 to $1,500

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Park Charles Apartments

Park Charles Apartments

218 N Charles St Baltimore, MD 21201

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,404 to $1,894

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2 East Wells Apartments

2 East Wells Apartments

2 E Wells St Baltimore, MD 21230

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,425 to $2,565

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101 Ellwood Apartments

101 Ellwood Apartments

101 S Ellwood Ave Baltimore, MD 21224

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,430 to $2,179

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Chesapeake Commons Apartments

Chesapeake Commons Apartments

601 N Eutaw St Baltimore, MD 21201

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,495 to $1,820

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Nelson Kohl Apartments

Nelson Kohl Apartments

20 E Lanvale St Baltimore, MD 21202

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,495 to $2,145

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The Gunther Apartments

The Gunther Apartments

1211 S Conkling St Baltimore, MD 21224

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,502 to $2,347

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1405 Point Apartments

1405 Point Apartments

1405 Point St Baltimore, MD 21231

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,570 to $4,264

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Union Wharf Apartments

Union Wharf Apartments

915 S Wolfe St Baltimore, MD 21231

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,578 to $5,430

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The National Apartments

The National Apartments

3610 Dillon St Baltimore, MD 21224

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,650 to $2,800

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Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,472 $464 $2,400
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,656 $490 $4,445
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,884 $637 $8,030
3 Bedroom Apartments $2,030 $599 $5,500

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Wellington Gate Apartments

2421-A Wellbridge Dr Baltimore, MD 21234

1 to 2 bedrooms $786 to $940

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Your Guide to Apartments in Baltimore

From its role in the American revolution to its native son, writer Edgar Allan Poe, there's a wealth of culture in Maryland's largest city making Baltimore and entertaining fit for the millions of people that have found their home among the many wonderful Baltimore apartments for rent all over the city.


Baltimore neighborhoods and the selection of available apartments are just as diverse as its culture, so searching for the perfect place can be an adventure. As your Maryland apartment search experts, it's our goal at ApartmentHomeLiving.com to provide you with the tools choose your new home by featuring the best apartments in Baltimore that suit not only your wallet, but also your style as well.


It's our goal to help you on your apartment search to find the best neighborhoods, amenities, and community options that apartments in and around this great city have to offer. Check out high resolution pictures and floor plans for all apartment listings to help in your decision. Filter your search by area, price, amenities and more to find your ideal fit. Are you a University of Maryland student who wants to live off-campus? Do you commute to Washington, DC for work and need to be close to a train station?


No matter what area of the city you'd like to live in, our apartment living guide has you covered. Those who crave a neighborhood with beautiful architecture and rich history might consider shopping through the extensive selection of Mount Vernon apartments! Or - perhaps you're looking for a spacious place for your family in the Northern District or need to get nestled in a cozy Inner Harbor loft. Whatever area of Baltimore you are looking to move to - you can find an apartment home that's just for you with ease.


Once you have moved into your perfect new place, there is so much in the city to get out and see. Historical landmarks like the beautiful War Memorial Plaza, Baltimore Harbor a number of prestigious universities including Johns Hopkins University, and of taking in a game from the aptly named sports team - the Baltimore Ravens are all at your fingertips. Of course - fantastic dining and whimsical nightlife options can be found all over the city too. There is no limit to the fun you can have in Baltimore.


So don't wait any longer! Whether you are moving from a far or simply looking to move across town, ApartmentHomeLiving.com is the best way to find the Baltimore apartments with the prices and amenities you need.

Baltimore Overview

The United States is home to a rich and diverse range of cities. New England in particular is home to some of the oldest cities in the nation. Few cities have as much historical, cultural and economic significance as Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore rests in the northern part of Chesapeake Bay, north of Washington D.C. and just southwest of Philadelphia. It boasts a population of around 622,000 making it the largest city in the state of Maryland. It is just dense enough to feel like a big city but not quite large enough for you to become overwhelmed, and the layout of this impressive city gives it a smaller feel. The city is home to many universities, professional sports teams and shopping centers making it an ideal location no matter your interests.

Baltimore History

Baltimore was founded in 1729, but the actual history of the area dates back to John Smith and his exploration of the Chesapeake Bay area in the early 1600s. In 1661 David Jones helped settlers build the colony that would become the modern city of Baltimore. Before the European settlers arrived the area was inhabited by Native Americans that dated back to the early Paleo Indians of North America. During the American Revolution Baltimore was named the capital of the new nation. It was the site of the famous Battle of Baltimore in 1812 where Francis Scott Key composed The Star-Spangled Banner. The city saw much progress and growth before, during and after the Industrial Revolution. As more trade was established using the city's many harbors Baltimore established itself as a major player in trade across the Atlantic as well as throughout New England. Today Baltimore remains as one of the biggest national seaports in the area.

Baltimore Weather

The city is in a humid subtropical climate. You can expect to experience all four seasons. Summer temperatures average around 80 °F and are rather humid. During fall you can feel the pleasant cool air and watch as the leaves turn to beautiful browns, oranges and yellows in preparation for winter. Winter brings snowfall in varying amounts, but you will rarely see as much as your neighbors in the Midwest. Spring is a wonderful time of year in Baltimore. Temperatures float around the upper 60s °F and mid 70s °F. Rainfall is more than common during springtime so be sure to carry your umbrella!

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Baltimore Landmarks

Fort McHenry is a major landmark. It is the fort which was bombarded during the War of 1812 and inspired the national anthem. On Emory Street you will find the birthplace of Babe Ruth. You can visit this piece of history as well as peruse the museum. Here you can learn about baseball as an American tradition and way of life. The Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum is another famous spot. It is the place where the dark poet was born. You can visit it and the museum and learn more about this fascinating figure.

Things to do in Baltimore

Being that Baltimore is a large city there will always be something for you to do but for starters I recommend catching an Orioles game at Oriole Park. It is not important if you are a sports fan or not. This experience is something that makes you a true Baltimoreon. The Baltimore Museum of Art is a fine place to spend an entire afternoon. You can browse over 95,000 pieces of fine art ranging from paintings to sculptures and everything in between.

Baltimore Festivals

Baltimore offers a variety of fun festivals to get out of the apartment and enjoy throughout the year. An amazing festival to visit is the Federal Hill Jazz & Blues Festival. You can experience the rich culture of the jazz world and listen to some of the best local, national and international acts that jazz has to offer. In October be sure to check out the Das Best Oktoberfest, a Baltimore take on a German celebration. No matter the season you are bound to find an interesting festival to enjoy.

Baltimore Vacation spots

Boston is close to some of the best vacation spots in the nation for residents to get out and enjoy. If you drive one hour south you will be in the nation's capital of Washington D.C. New York City is a four hour drive to the northeast and is one of the most incredible places to visit that you will ever find. Philadelphia is just two hours to the northeast and is a perfect place to enjoy a long weekend.

Getting Around Baltimore

Getting around Baltimore is easy depending on your mode of transportation. Public transportation includes the Maryland Transit Administration's bus networks, light rails and subway lines. The Charm City Circulator, or CCC, operates its own shuttle bus service in the city. If you wish to take a private car there are options to be found. Taxis are also abundant if you are in the inner city and are enjoyed by the locals and tourists alike. The major airport serving Boston is the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, or BWI. This is a busy airport that can bring you to many locations arond the country and the world.

Commuting in Baltimore

Commuting into the city can be a slow ride so be prepared for plenty of time spent on the highways. Average times are around 30 minutes or more to get to work, depending on where you are driving from. The major highways include: I-70, I-83, I-95, I-395, I-695, I-795, I-895, I-97. The main city interstates are I-70, I-83 and I-95 though, so expect high traffic density during peak hours such as early mornings and late afternoons.

Why Here

The biggest reason to choose Baltimore is because when you do you become a part of the family. Baltimore has such a rich culture that is not to be found anywhere else in the world. By making this city your home you are enriching your own cultural awareness and becoming a part of one of the most historical parts of the United States. The city is smart and savvy and you are bound to find exponential enjoyment as you spend more time here.

Where to move in Baltimore

The best area to move in Baltimore is without a doubt Federal Hill. This hip location is a developing area that is home to plenty of younger people with a passion for the urban life. There is an abundance of entertainment, food and activities in the Federal Hill area. The next choice would be Canton, a central neighborhood with a vibrant culture. The nightlife is enjoyed by many locals and is a fine place to settle. A third consideration is the neighborhood of Mt. Washington, an older Victorian-styled area with a great community.