Renting in the Baltimore, MD Area
Located on the shores of Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore is a bustling port city that's steeped in history, rich in arts and culture, and strong on professional sports action. Nicknamed “Charm City”, Baltimore is loved by residents and visitors alike. If you’ve ever thought of renting the perfect apartment in the Baltimore area
, Home Properties has a variety of apartment communities for you to consider!
View Baltimore Area Apartments for Rent
Renting your new apartment from Home Properties puts you close to all that Baltimore has to offer. We have one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments and townhomes in and around the Baltimore area
, Bel Air
, Ellicott City
, Glen Burnie
, Owings Mills
, and Westminster
. Living at one of our apartment communities allows you to enjoy scenic living with easy access to the city. It’s the best of both worlds!
Baltimore Area Apartments for Rent
Home Properties apartments in the Baltimore area
offer a variety of amenities to make you feel right at home! Most of our rental properties include air conditioning, in-home washer & dryer or convenient on-site laundry facilities, swimming pool, fitness center, and private balcony or patio. We are pet friendly
and Our Pledge
ensures that you’ll be satisfied in your new apartment. Home Properties could be the perfect place to rent your new apartment home in the Baltimore area
Named in 1729 for Lord Baltimore, this city was the site of a major battle with the British during the War of 1812, which inspired Francis Scott Key’s writing of “The Star Spangled Banner.”
Baltimore Features and Attractions
Today, Maryland's largest city is the state's major industrial and arts center and is home to 15 colleges, as well as galleries, museums, and historical sites. Baltimore is also home to major and minor league baseball, football, lacrosse, hockey, and indoor soccer teams as well as the Pimlico Race Course, home of The Preakness.
Baltimore's neighborhoods—from Little Italy to historic Fell's Point and the artsy Mount Vernon—remain true to its diverse immigrant population and maritime roots. The heart of the city, though, has always been the Inner Harbor. Today, it is a world-class entertainment and shopping district that includes the National Aquarium.
Other Locations near Baltimore
Baltimore is close to historic Philadelphia
, as well as our nation’s capital, Washington, DC
is also convenient to several Mid-Atlantic states, including Pennsylvania
, and New Jersey
to learn more about any of our Baltimore-area Home Properties apartment communities
and schedule a tour today!