Downtown Baltimore
Lofts, Condos, and Single-Family Homes

Downtown Baltimore Condos and Lofts

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1400 Lancaster

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Sits directly on the Inner Harbor waterfront...love the water taxis!
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1800 Barclay

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Bill and Anne Clewell bought twelve rowhomes on the 1800 block of Barclay...it's block renewal one house at a time.
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414 Water Street

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This contemporary 31-story high-rise is in the Inner Harbor District.
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850 Aliceanna Condos

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Yes, you can walk to Roy's...and their famous chocolate souffle.
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Anchorage Tower

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Every condo has a balcony and waterfront views
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Breco Condominiums

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Built in 1881, this former manufacturing and printing building is adjacent to City Hall.
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Canal Street Malt House

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In 1866, this building stored malt for the city’s burgeoning brewing industry. Today? Very cool lofts.
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Federal Place Townhomes

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Each of these 5-story townhomes has a private elevator.
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Pier Homes at Harborview

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Live on a pier...how cool is that??
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President’s Point at Spinnaker Bay

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See the identical peaked roofs on each end? These are the penthouses.
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Scarlett Place

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A water taxi stops at this lovely building that is shaped like a Mediterranean hillside.
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Silo Point

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In 1923, this was the biggest grain elevator in the world (290 feet tall). Archer Daniels Midland sold it to the developer for $6.5 million in 2003.
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The Vue Harbor East

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Put on your fuzzy slippers and head downstairs to the 7-theater movie theater.
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Towers at Harbor Court

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These condos owners enjoy the hotel amenities.
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Washington Place

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Want to be neighbors with the Peabody Institute and Walter's Art Gallery?