Johns Hopkins University Off Campus Apartments

Johns Hopkins University Off Campus Apartments

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Are you a genius? Then you are probably looking to apply to top schools like Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Are you a fan of John Waters films? Then you are probably looking to live off campus in Baltimore.

Baby Geniuses

Remember that movie Baby Geniuses? Well, all those babies went to John Hopkins University. The professors in the medical department challenged the baby doctor. The baby genius engineer found that his baby skills were not enough to make it in the engineering department, and the baby econ major had to grow up pretty fast to compete with his college-aged peers. It’s true, academic competition at John Hopkins is pretty tough, but I guess when you are going up against babies, it’s not that bad. The other thing that isn’t bad is all the research being done by professors that students can take part in and learn from. Besides working hard all the time, students find that the surrounding city of Baltimore is a playground of fun that they can enjoy and live in.

Good Morning, Baltimore

If you’ve seen your fair share of movies, you might remember the part in the musical Hairspray when Tracy steps off the bus and sings “Good morning, Baltimore.” Tracy has reason to rejoice in this city, full of culture, excitement, and a groovy vibe baby, ya! This why many students, especially upper-classmen, choose to live in off-campus apartments. To see musicals like Hairspray, or experience other artsy things, check out the neighborhood of Mount Vernon. For off-campus college livin’, check out Charles Village. The urban-ness is endless and our apartment guide will help you find an area and an apartment that is right for you. Apartments suited for students in Baltimore are affordable and easy to find. Public transportation is also cheap and reliable in this city. The Collegetown Shuttle will help you get around campus, while MTA Buses will help you get around the city. Don’t forget to take advantage of Amtrak and MARC trains, which can help get you to NYC, DC and Philly.

Eclectic Eats and Naughty Nightlife in Baltimore

Baltimore is big enough to have a great selection of both dining and drinking venues. If you're experiencing a brain freeze, smooth out the kinks at a relaxing nightlife spot in Baltimore like The Brewer's Art of Club Charles. Kitty Kat Bar and Rainbow Music Studio are closer to school, cheap and not so busy.You'll find a wonderful selection of excellent international restaurants in Baltimore, and Helmand, an Afghani place, is a great example. Geisha Sushi Bar and Roy's Restaurant, serving Hawaiian food, are also well loved.

Average Apartment Rent in Baltimore

# Bedrooms Oct Sep Aug 3 Month % change
Studio $1,072 $1,122 $1,122 -4.5%
1 Bed $1,083 $1,131 $1,058 2.4%
2 Bed $1,160 $1,316 $1,343 -13.6%
3 Bed $1,296 $1,275 $1,341 -3.4%

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Apartments in Baltimore - View 38 properties

The Zenith

The Zenith

Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

Studio/1 Bedroom$1,210 - $2,320

2 Bedrooms$1,490 - $4,275

3 Bedrooms$3,900 - $4,280

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Charles Towers

Charles Towers

Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

Studio/1 Bedroom$1,090 - $1,480

2 Bedrooms$1,685 - $2,049

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39 West Lexington

39 West Lexington

Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

Studio/1 Bedroom

2 Bedrooms

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Sutton Place Apartment Homes

Sutton Place Apartment Homes

Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

Studio/1 Bedroom

2 Bedrooms

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Chesapeake Commons

Chesapeake Commons

Baltimore, Maryland, 21201

1 Bedroom

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Local Talk

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  • What's the weather like in Baltimore?

    Baltimore's climate is a seasonal one, yet with its low elevation and wall of mountains to the east and west, it is less extreme than other U.S. cities of the same latitude. Summer high temperatures reach into the 80s and low 90s and winter lows dip into the 30s and 40s. Snowfall is usually rare, and light when it does occur. In the summer, folks from far and wide journey to Baltimore to visit America's largest free public arts festival, Artscape, featuring nationally-known bands, the best food vendors from throughout the city, and a collection of artists and art that is second to none. During the winter, Baltimore snow-enthusiasts hit the slopes at nearby Wisp Resort for some skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and more.

  • I've got dogs. What are the best places in Baltimore for being outdoors with pets?

    Located in southeastern Baltimore, Canton Dog Park is the only official leash-free dog park within the city limits. A clean park, with separate sections for large and small dogs, Canton Dog Park is beloved by canines and their human-counterparts alike. Not too far from here, Patterson Park, while not technically a dog park, is remarkably pet-friendly. With acres of land, winding walking trails, and panoramic views of the city, Patterson Park makes for another popular spot for locals to bring their four-legged friends.

  • Does Baltimore have any famous museums or exhibitions?

    Baltimore is chock full of fabulous museums and exhibitions. Situated on Key Highway, the American Visionary Art Museum is a national museum and educational center with ten galleries showcasing the works of self-taught artists and magnificent outdoor wildflower sculpture gardens. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum is fun for all ages, with the most comprehensive collection of its kind in the entire western hemisphere! The Baltimore Museum of Art is Maryland's largest art museum, with ever-changing exhibits displaying everything from ancient mosaics to contemporary art, as well as the beautiful sculpture gardens and the eclectic museum shop. Some other great Baltimore museums include the Baltimore Museum of Industry, the Edgar Allen Poe Museum, the Evergreen Museum and Library, and the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, amongst others.

  • What's the best bar in Baltimore?

    Voted the Best Bar in (not Baltimore, but) America(!), by Esquire Magazine, The Brewer's Art has been a local Baltimore gem for ages. The upper level features a classy dining area with warm lighting, while the downstairs "dungeon" has a much grittier, down to earth vibe- offering the diverse clientele the best of both worlds! Brewer's Art brews their own extensive array of beer selections, from seasonal brews and microbrews to their acclaimed Resurrection Ale. The food is also mouth-wateringly delicious and at great prices to boot. Try the steamed mussels with roasted tomatoes, chorizo, scallions, and lobster butter sauce, or the grilled pork banh mi served with spicy carrot and daikon slaw, butter lettuce, srircaha aioli and cilantro. The rosemary garlic fries are a must-try. Not surprisingly, The Brewer's Art is a popular local joint, so be sure to get there early to snag a table and avoid the wait.

  • Where in Baltimore should I live if I'd like to walk or bike to work and to restaurants and bars from my apartment?

    Ranked 12th in walkability among America's 40 largest cities by Prevention Magazine, many Baltimore neighborhoods offer convenience for the local walkers and bikers. Most errands can be accomplished by foot, so many Baltimore residents can get by without a car. Some of the most pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods include Federal Hill, Fells Point, Inner Harbor, Downtown, Jonestown, and Canton.

  • Why should I move to Baltimore?

    Baltimore is the largest city and cultural center in Maryland, as well the largest U.S. seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. One of the city's crown jewels, Baltimore's Inner Harbor is home to the National Aquarium, Harborplace, Maryland Science Center, and a plethora of restaurants and shops. Based on Baltimore's proximity to the water, all kinds of boating is available. Also, if you dislike the cold, Baltimore experiences milder winters than the states north of the Mason-Dixon Line.

  • What are some family-friendly neighborhoods in Baltimore?

    Family-friendly neighborhoods hinge on safety and high-quality public education. The top ten safest neighborhoods in Baltimore are Overlea, Elmwood, Mc Comas St / Andre St, Lutz Hill, Old Frederick Rd / Morley St, and Wellwood / Dumbarton, Armagh / Woodbrook, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute / Cross Keys Rd, Homeland, and Mount Washington / Dixon Hill. The top ten neighborhoods for education, on the other hand, are Pinehurst, Summit Park, Glendale / Glenmont, Ranchleigh, Wellwood / Dumbarton, Anneslie / Idlewylde, Armagh / Woodbrook, Overlea, Elmwood, and Lutz Hill. Some of the best neighborhoods for families in Baltimore, therefore, are Overlea, Lutz Hill, Wellwood / Dumbarton, and Armagh / Woodbrook.

  • Is Baltimore pet friendly?

    Yes, Baltimore is fairly pet-friendly. It is home to two off-leash dog parks, Canton Dog Park and Locust Point Dog Park, the latter of which is located at Latrobe Park. It also has various parks where you can take your pets as long as they are kept on leash, including Druid Hill Park, Clifton Park, Woodland Woods, and Gwynns Falls. Areas outside the city that are good for spending time outdoors with pets include Rockburn Branch Park, located 25 minutes southwest if Baltimore, and Patapsco Valley State Park, located 35 minutes northwest of Baltimore.