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At a Glance
Unparalleled Luxury and Style.
Why Live Here?
Poplar Glen Apartments in Columbia, MD offers you the greatest and most carefree lifestyle that you desire. Each of our Downtown Columbia, MD apartments features modern, designer touches that are sure to impress. Our serene Columbia, MD apartments also boast the perfect location near shopping, restaurants and access to the highway.

Residents of our luxury one and two bedroom apartments in Columbia, MD enjoy many features including wood-surface flooring, designer countertops, custom molding trim, washers and dryers and wood-burning fireplaces. Animal lovers will also appreciate the beautifully landscaped grounds and walking trails of our pet-friendly apartments for rent in Columbia, MD. Come home to the best Columbia apartments the city has to offer.
  • Brand New Clubhouse
  • Business Lounge with Wi-Fi
  • State-of-the-Art Fitness Center
  • Outdoor Patio Seating with Wi-Fi
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: We welcome 2 indoor pets per apartment home. There is a pet deposit of $250 and pet rent of $45 per pet. Breed restrictions apply. Please call for complete pet policy information.
All vehicles must be registered to leaseholders or authorized occupants of the apartment homes and display a current parking permit. All vehicles must be in driveable condition and have valid registrations.
Building Information
  • Built: 1986
  • Units: 192


About Columbia, MD

Columbia, Maryland didn't become a town by accident. The whole community that resides inside of Howard County, Maryland was planned out by developers in 1967. Home to 10 self-contained villages, the idea behind the community was to enhance the residents' way of life and to not focus solely on economic value. The plan was to bring people together as one, and not separate them based on color, religion, or class. Today, that dream lives on, with the naming of Columbia as number 4 out of 100 of the best places to live in the United States in 2008, number 8 in 2010, and then again as number 2 in 2012.