Ideally situated at the entrance to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Locust Point is one of the city’s best-kept secrets. Green parks, charming bars, and a great American landmark are all waiting to be explored the minute you walk out your front door.
Locust Point is bounded on three sides by the Patapsco River and the Inner Harbor—making for some incredible waterfront views and awesome walks along the harbor.
EASY ACCESS TO 95 AND DOWNTOWN.
Your life is for living, not commuting. Locust Point connects right to I-95, Federal Hill, and the Inner Harbor. And it’s barely 10 minutes from neighborhoods like Mount Vernon, Harbor East, and Fells Point.
GRAB A (WATER) TAXI.
Ditch the car and take a boat! The Harbor Connector connects to Under Armour at Tide Point Water Taxi Stop—just two blocks from Alta47—and will take you across the Inner Harbor and even over to Canton for free!
DINING FOR DAYS.
New upscale dining and cocktail options have joined Locust Point’s already-thriving local restaurant scene.
MORE FOR YOUR CORE.
At least five gyms and fitness centers are within an easy jog or a short bike ride away.
Nearby Latrobe Park serves up a rec center, turf athletic field, basketball courts, illuminated tennis courts, playground areas for kids and toddlers, and a dog park.
BROAD STRIPES AND BRIGHT STARS.
Locust Point is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fort McHenry, star of the national anthem, is your neighbor. And the Baltimore Museum of Industry explores the work of industrial artists from colonial days to the present. (It’s also a great party venue.)
BE ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
Under Armour’s new headquarters and the Port Covington project are poised to transform Baltimore—and Locust Point is your front-row seat for all the action.