Living in Baltimore

Located in Baltimore City, within the thriving community of Charles Village, Miller’s Court is close to a variety of eateries, boutiques, bars and bookstores. And with prime access to Baltimore’s most prominent East/West thoroughfares, the Jones Falls Expressway (83) and 95, you have easy access to just about everywhere you want to be.

A vibrant city.

Baltimore sits right in the middle of the Mid-Atlantic corridor, less than an hour from Washington, two hours from Philadelphia, and three hours from New York City. Best of all, you’re just a few minutes from the city center, where you can catch a Baltimore Ravens game at M&T Stadium, visit the Convention Center, the Inner Harbor’s Science Center, or enjoy Harbor East’s upscale shops and eateries. Party with friends in historic Federal Hill, hit the cobbelstoned streets of Fells Point, an outdoor concert in Mt. Vernon, or enjoy a movie and tapas at Charles Theater and the adjoining Tapas Teatro restaurant and bar. Want to catch a train out of town? Penn Station is just up the street.

A university center.

Johns Hopkins University lends an intellectual charm and youthful vibrancy to the Charles Village neighborhood. The gorgeous brick-building campus is surrounded by winding paths and the Baltimore Museum of Art, and hosts a variety of concerts, plays, lectures, and festivals—not to mention great places for great minds to meet and mingle. Enjoy coffee or spirits and vegan eats at One World Café, Indian fare at The Ambassador Restaurant, or hoist a beer at an old favorite, Charles Village Pub. The choices here seem almost endless.

A charming neighborhood.

Baltimore is known for its brick row houses and turn of the century industrial buildings, and the Remington/Charles Village area does not disappoint. Walk, drive, or grab your bike from bike racks made of reclaimed materials just outside of the Miller’s Court doors—head west to grab a beer at The Dizz, and a little further to enjoy Hampden’s unique “Bawlmer” charm. Enjoy a night of jazz, pizza, and art openings in the Station North Arts District, just a few blocks to the south, or stroll around the corner to experience an eclectic atmosphere and breakfast at Paper Moon Diner, from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. (12 am on weekdays).