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2 Bedroom Fully furnished apartment in Baltimore d


2 Bedroom Fully furnished apartment in Baltimore downtown

2BR Furnished Apartment in Baltimore Downtown apts




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Rising 21 stories over Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, This building has redefined Baltimore living. Sophisticated. Stunning. Spectacular. This is apartment living at its finest. With its sleek and modern style, This is one of the most recognizable buildings in downtown Baltimore. The interior spaces of the building are well-designed and beautifully decorated. Apartment homes are spacious, with huge windows overlooking downtown. Enjoy the height of modern style in the heart of one of America’s most unique and vibrant cities. From top-tier amenities to spacious apartment homes, we have it all.

Spacious, open-concept floor plans

Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows

Premium views of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the city skyline

Modern, stainless steel faucets and fixtures

Gorgeous plank flooring and plush carpeting

In-home washer and dryer

Large, walk-in closets

Soothing bathrooms with cultured-marble vanities and chrome fixture

Penthouses with spectacular views

Soaring, 10-foot ceilings in select apartments

A refundable security deposit of $200-$500 might be asked upon booking.

Please also note that parties are not allowed in the unit.

Pets are welcome with a fee of $50 per stay and a written confirmation of our booking department. Small dogs up to 20 lbs. only are allowed. A penalty of $500 will be charged for every UNAUTHORIZED pet.

“We manage multiple apartments in this building and neighborhood. You will be allotted one of the many apartments at this address. It may be  possible that the photos are not a exact match since the layout of various apartments ing this property, the guest agrees that they are acceptable to the fact that photos may not exactly match the actual apartment which they are allotted and they will not stake any claim for mismatch of the photos”

Video tour of the apartment is available on request.

Guest Access:

Self check-in with building staff

The Neighborhood:

When you live in one of our downtown Baltimore apartment homes, you’ll live the urban life you’ve always wanted. Catch an Orioles game at Camden Yards or a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium. Hang out in the Inner Harbor and Harbor East. Grab a bite in Little Italy. Or walk to downtown for work. From local bands playing in neighborhood bars to elegant restaurants serving the finest food in Maryland, you’ll be moments from it all.

Pratt Street is a major street in Baltimore. It forms a one-way pair of streets with Lombard Street that run west–east through downtown Baltimore. For most of their route, Pratt Street is one-way in an eastbound direction, and Lombard Street is one way westbound. Both streets begin in west Baltimore at Frederick Avenue and end in Butcher's Hill at Patterson Park Avenue. Since 2005, these streets have been open to two-way traffic from Broadway until their end at Patterson Park. Although Lombard is also a two-way street from Fulton Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Pratt is still one-way eastbound in this area.

To the east of Patterson Park, both Pratt and Lombard Streets start again. Pratt continues as a side street from Linwood Avenue until Haven Street.

Pratt Street has historic significance as the location of the Baltimore Riot of 1861. Today it is known for being an important gateway into the Inner Harbor, connecting it with the Baltimore Light Rail line. It is for the latter reason that the city decided to redesign the street and surrounding area to be more pedestrian-friendly.

Pratt Street is named for Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden a supporter of Civil liberties in the 18th Century, and not the noted Baltimorean Enoch Pratt (1808-1896). Pratt Street appears on maps of Baltimore as early as 1801.

Pratt Street was ranked the 33rd "most expensive city street" in the United States.

Getting Around:

GREENE ST & PRATT ST sb Stop ID: 12397 Bus station Greene St & Lombard St Stop ID: 14081 Bus stop Camden Station Stop ID: 12006 Train station MLK BLVD & FAYETTE ST fs wb Stop ID: 3903 Bus stop

Other Things to Note:

Payment Schedule:

We will take a prepayment of $100 upon booking confirmation, prepayment is taken from your total and the remaining balance will be charged to you 7 days before your arrival. If the reservation is within 7 days before arrival we will charge your reservation full.

Additional Fee:

***NOTE THAT There will be a 8.5% of Admin fee added to your reservation that will be collected by the Host.


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