Baltimore is known for its distinctive neighborhoods, with block after block of rowhouses.
But a number of people also opt for apartment buildings and condos. With lots of amenities, proximity to restaurants and nightlife, and no need to do exterior upkeep, multi-residential living is an attractive alternative.
Take Greg Lomax, a resident of Silo Point for the past two years who moved to the Locust Point condo complex from Washington.
"I like the sense of community," said Lomax, director of sales for Erickson Living retirement communities. "It's kind of like a gem in the city. I never would have thought about living in Baltimore before. I'm enjoying...