Stroll down the cobblestone-lined streets of Baltimore Harbor's scenic promenade. Catch a Water Taxi ride down the Chesapeake, and enjoy all the best eats, maritime fun, Orioles championships and Baltimore Ravens games—anything your heart desires is at Baltimore Harbor, one of Maryland's most popular new-home destinations.
New homes in the Baltimore Harbor area offer an engaging community, nationally ranked bioscience and business sectors, and vibrant local culture in one affordable location. Since its inception in the late 17th century, the Harbor has remained the cultural center of Baltimore City and one of its most visited areas. But besides the Old Bay and crab legs, here are another few perks new homeowners in the Baltimore Harbor can look forward to.
Harborplace & The Gallery
Continually ranked as the number-one most popular area tourist attraction by the Baltimore Business Journal, Inner Harbor's famous Harborplace & The Gallery is home to twin two-story glass waterfront pavilions of over 100 shops, 12 restaurants and 45 eateries. After a serious day of shopping, be sure to step outside and grab a seat at one of the many free seasonal musical performance at the Harborplace Amphitheater.
Power Plant Live
If you're in the mood for a night out on the town: Located just blocks away from Inner Harbor, Power Plant Live is where you can indulge in a vast assortment of clubs, bars, lounges, and restaurants as well as weekly entertainment events such as free outdoor concerts and live bands and DJs inside the multiplex.
Resting east of Inner Harbor, Harbor East lends some urban chic to the Chesapeake. See an art-house feature at the independent movie theater. Peruse a window-shopping wonderland of luxury retailers. Have a spa day and take in the ultra-cool ambiance—this metropolitan oasis is where high-end meets cutting edge.
Baltimore's National Aquarium
Located in the heart of Inner Harbor, the world-famous National Aquarium has multiple levels of family fun for everyone. With 17,000 creatures, award-winning exhibits, IMAX films, Maryland Science Center, the USS Constellation, cafes, and more—the National Aquarium is your one stop for nonstop inspiration. If you'd like to make vibrant waterfront living more than just a weekend getaway, be sure to check out new homes at Ryan Homes' O'Donnell Square located right by Baltimore Harbor.