One of the biggest points of pride here at Mount Vernon Apartments are the fabulous properties we rent.
Not only do the properties themselves offer incredible amenities, they are also located in one of Baltimore’s top neighborhoods.
Even the famous writer F. Scott Fitzgerald lived in Mount Vernon in the 1930s. It served as the place where he penned some of his most famous works, including Tender is the Night.
Today, Mount Vernon offers incredible things to its tenants.
Top Reasons Why Mount Vernon is A Great Place to Call Home
Location, location, location
Mount Vernon Apartments is proud to serve tenants in what is called the cultural center of Baltimore. From college students, to professionals, to families, there is a little bit of everything for everyone here in Mount Vernon.
Stunning Victorian homes, condos, high-rise apartments, and more line the streets of this top-rated neighborhood.
In addition to the beauty of this area, there is also plenty of excitement to be had. Right out your front door you’ll find some of Maryland’s best activities and entertainment.
- The Purple Circulator
- UB Shuttle
- Hopkins Shuttle
- MARC commuter lines, light rail, and buses
- Amtrak trains from Penn Station
- Baltimore Bike Share
Some of the most popular arts and entertainment attractions in Mount Vernon include:
- The Walters Art Museum
- The George Peabody Library
- Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
- The Contemporary Museum
- Washington Monument
- Center Stage
- Spotlighter’s Theatre
- Baltimore Museum of Art
- Reginald F. Lewis Museum
- The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
- B&O Railroad Museum
- Edgar Allan Poe House
Mount Vernon is a National Register Historic District that boasts beautiful architecture from throughout the ages. This neighborhood is known not only for its deep appreciation and preservation of the Mount Vernon’s history, but also for how the area mixes that rich history with a more contemporary feel.
Once home to important historical figures such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key, Edgar Allen Poe, Gertrude Stein and many more, Mount Vernon today pays homage to the people and events of its past that built this incredible neighborhood into what it stands as today.
Delicious Food, Fabulous Shopping, and More
You’ll love calling Mount Vernon home when you learn all the food and shopping that is available here.
Top dining spots in Mount Vernon:
- Restaurante Tio Pepe
- The Helmand
- City Cafe
- The Brewer’s Art
- The Prime Rib
- Marie Louise Bistro
- The Owl Bar
- Mount Vernon Marketplace
- Mount Vernon Stable and Saloon
- Never on Sunday
- Sotto Sopra
- Akbar Restaurant
- Brew House No. 16
- Ryleigh’s Oyster
- City Café
- The Room