The Neighborhood

Welcome to Mount Vernon, located in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland! Designated a National Landmark and Historical District. Mount Vernon is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and originally was home to the most wealthy and fashionable families. The name derives from the Mount Vernon home of George Washington; the original Washington Monument, a massive pillar commenced in 1815 to commemorate the first president of the United States, is the defining feature of the neighborhood.

Although mainly residential, Mount Vernon is home to a mix of institutions, including the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University, Walters Art Museum, University of Baltimore, Maryland Historical Society, Contemporary Museum, Maryland Institute College of Art, Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore School for the Arts, Lyric Opera House, Center Stage, Enoch Pratt Free Library Central Branch, Spotlighters Theatre, and the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute.

The Mount Vernon Marketplace is proud to of found its home right in the heart of this historic little neighborhood.

Want to live here? Now leasing!

520 Park Ave

Leasing in Spring 2017 500 Park Ave.

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