Top Class Luxury Apartments for Your Family
Top Class Luxury Apartments for Your Family

These baltimore luxury apartments that are available for rent are built while keeping in mind the fact of all available utilities to be in reach of residents.

 

Additional Information About 4016 Oak Rd, Baltimore, MD 21227

4016 Oak Rd, Baltimore, MD 21227 4016 Oak Rd, Baltimore, MD 21227 Year Taxes Land Additions Total Assessment 2018 $1,048 Price Not Available + N/A = Price Not Available 2017 $977 $66,500 + N/A = $66,500 2016 $1,773 $66,500 + N/A = $66,500 The price and tax history data displayed…

Adam Jones Buys Cal Ripken Jr.’s Maryland Estate for $12.5 Million
Adam Jones Buys Cal Ripken Jr.’s Maryland Estate for $12.5 Million

Cal Ripken Jr. and Adam Jones now have more in common than just being Baltimore Orioles. According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, Jones recently dropped $12.5 million on a 25-acre estate in Reisterstown, Maryland. The former owner? None other than Ripken himself. WJZ | CBS Baltimore $12.5 MILLION: Adam Jones…

Additional Information About 16 Rothamel Ct, Baltimore, MD 21236

16 Rothamel Ct, Baltimore, MD 21236 16 Rothamel Ct, Baltimore, MD 21236 Bedrooms: 3 1 Half Bath *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the…

Property Details for 2908 Sparrows Point Rd

2908 Sparrows Point Rd, Baltimore, MD 21219 2908 Sparrows Point Rd, Baltimore, MD 21219 WELCOME HOME to completely updated 3 bedrm, 2.5 bath home on large level lot. Private driveway in rear. 12X18 Shed, Large wood covered brick patio. Gorgeous farm style kitchen/dining are with brand new appliances, quartz counters,…

Baltimore County faces challenges in affordable housing
Baltimore County faces challenges in affordable housing

In suburban Baltimore County, the issue of making affordable housing available to more families looms large, as tougher requirements from the federal government are about to kick in and the county prepares for new political leadership. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun) The next Baltimore County executive will be responsible…

Nonprofit offers low-cost mortgages for modest income Baltimore residents, including those on rent subsidies

Many groups in Baltimore, including Bon Secours Community Works, offer counseling on housing issues. These residents — from left, Shermel Meadows, James Anderson and Chrystal Cooper — were faced with eviction before they attended an eviction prevention workshop by Bon Secours. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun) Baltimore residents with modest…

Cleveland Indians lose to Baltimore Orioles, 3-1; offense still locked in deep freeze

Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer goes to work against the Orioles in the first inning Friday night at Camden Yards.( BALTIMORE, Md. – A trip to Puerto Rico did not thaw the Indians’ offense. It’s still stuck in a deep freeze. Following a 3-1 loss to the Orioles on Friday night…

Ravens’ Eric Weddle calls WR Dez Bryant ‘an amazing player’
Ravens’ Eric Weddle calls WR Dez Bryant ‘an amazing player’

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle, the team’s official recruiter, is busy once again. At the start of the Ravens’ offseason workout program, Weddle acknowledged he has reached out to free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant, although he didn’t say whether he heard back from the former…

Eight more marijuana businesses cleared to open in Maryland as demand continues to grow – Baltimore Business Journal
Eight more marijuana businesses cleared to open in Maryland as demand continues to grow – Baltimore Business Journal

Eight more medical cannabis businesses, including two in Baltimore City, have been cleared to open up shop in Maryland. Members of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission voted to award final licensure to seven dispensaries and one processor in the state. Two of the newly licensed dispensaries are in Baltimore, bringing…

Baltimore’s population decline continues, census estimates show
Baltimore’s population decline continues, census estimates show

Sunrise over Federal Hill Park in Baltimore. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post) Baltimore suffered another loss in population last year as more than 5,300 people left the city, continuing a downward trend that accelerated after the 2015 unrest and ensuing spike in crime. Baltimore’s population stood at 611,648 as of July…