Living in Baltimore

Located in Baltimore City, within the community of Hampden, and nestled in the historic heart of Woodberry, Union Mill offers easy access to the light rail, bus lines and I-83—not to mention the city’s hippest restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and art venues.

A vibrant city.

Baltimore sits right in the middle of the Mid-Atlantic corridor, less than an hour from Washington, two hours from Philadelphia, and three hours from New York City. Best of all, you’re just 15 minutes from the city center, where you can take the Light Rail right to Camden Yards or M&T Stadium, visit the Convention Center, the Inner Harbor’s Science Center, or enjoy Harbor East’s upscale shops and eateries. Party with friends in historic Federal Hill, hit the cobbelstoned streets of Fells Point, an outdoor concert in Mt. Vernon, or enjoy jazz and pizza in the underground artist haven, Station North.

A hip urban center.

Hampden is famous for exuding a unique “Bawlmer” charm and a funky urban vibe. Fans flock from all over the region to partake in the town’s popular Hon Fest, Hampdenfest and the fantastically over-the-top 34th Street Christmas spectacle. Merchants have added an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, galleries, watering holes, and coffee shops to make Hampden the “place to be” for everyone from hipsters to the elegant urbanite.

A historic mill center.

Woodberry is dotted by old stone houses built around 19th century mills and the industry that evolved around them. Earlier redevelopments at neighboring Clipper Mill and Meadow Mill have brought the neighborhood into the 21st century. Residents thrive on the ambiance and creative energy generated here—artfully reflected in the hamlet of shops, offices, condominiums and apartments. Enjoy an upscale, locally-sourced meal at Woodberry Kitchen, watch a glassblowing demonstration at the Corradetti Glass Blowing Studio & Gallery, join a outdoor social event, and shop for chic women’s fashions at Form. This area is urban chic.