Baltimore has roughly 200 neighborhoods and each one has a story. The City of Neighborhoods series is an attempt to spotlight some of those stories.
Brooklyn, in Baltimore’s southernmost residential area, is full of ‘little gems'
Stone Hill, a ‘real village’ within Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood
North Baltimore’s Govans area encompasses wildly varying communities, struggles to bridge east and west divide
19th-century charm, contemporary commerce coexist in North Baltimore’s Better Waverly neighborhood
Bastion of Baltimore’s Black elite, Ashburton neighborhood is quiet and like a suburb
Highlandtown welcomed immigrants for 150 years of Baltimore history. Today, it still does.
‘Small-town feel, but with big-city amenities’: Baltimore’s tiny Dickeyville is quaint and quiet
Quiet, stable, convenient: The appeal of Northeast Baltimore’s Stonewood-Pentwood-Winston neighborhood
‘Between Westport and the railroad lines’ lies Baltimore’s tiny Mount Winans neighborhood
A bastion of Baltimore’s Black history and culture, Upton neighborhood seen as center for revitalization
Explore the series from a map