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So, You Want To Live In Baltimore, MD

Baltimore condos now offer the convenience and luxury of living close to work and play without having a long commute.
Living in the urban center of Baltimore places you in the middle of it all.
Because of the demand for more and more Baltimore condos, new condo developments and condo conversions continue to be developed throughout the city of Baltimore.
When you live in a Baltimore condo, you are placed in the center of everything happening in this vibrant city. Urbanists of Baltimore have the great advantage of always living right where the …

The Ritz-Carlton Residences Puts You at Home in Inner Harbor

Baltimore is the home of sports, culture, and superstar author Tom Clancy. Now Baltimore residents can call Clancy “neighbor,” by choosing a residence at The Ritz-Carlton Residences Inner Harbor. Clancy now owns six condos at the luxury complex, totaling more than 17,000 square feet. According to The Baltimore Sun, the best-selling author of Hunt for Red October and Patriot Games owns the entire penthouse level of one of Ritz-Carlton’s buildings.
Clancy, a Baltimore native, is co-owner of the Baltimore Orioles. The Ritz-Carlton Residences provides an ideal location for Clancy to write …

Inner Harbor

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor continues to be the prime development area for people who want to enjoy living and working in the city, but live in a place where shopping, recreation, and waterfront lifestyle are at their front door. In fact, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor recently received the Urban Land Institute Heritage Award, which has only been given 8 times in the past 30 years. The award is given to those urban designs that are successful after 25 years and that are copied in other cities.

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Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a prime location for restaurants, shopping, and fine condo living. There are tremendous opportunities for owning Inner Harbor condos right now. The Inner Harbor is one area that has not lost value as much as outlying neighborhoods, because it is always desirable and keeps value.

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