|Belair-Edison Main Street|
Belair Edison's stability, diversity and attractive housing make this community one of the fastest growing owner-occupied neighborhoods in Baltimore City. For more information, contact Chad Hayes at 410-485-8422.
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|Brooklyn Main Street|
Brooklyn is one of the southernmost neighborhoods in Baltimore with breathtaking views of the Baltimore skyline. The heart of Brooklyn originates at Hanover St. and Patapsco Ave. Incorporating a strong sense of civic pride with a community wide green initiative Brooklyn is a haven for innovative businesses and passionate citizens. For more information, contact Mica Fetz at 410-779-3870.
|East Monument Street Main Street|
The East Monument Street business district is located next to the internationally renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital in East Baltimore and features over 170 merchants. Just north of the Monument Street business district is a 1.4 million square foot biotech campus planned by the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and the City of Baltimore that is projected to generate 4,000 new jobs. For more information, contact Kristina Williams at 443-524-2595.
|Federal Hill Main Street|
Historic Federal Hill is truly a tourist destination location with an upscale market niche. Located one block south of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Historic Federal Hill combines Federal-style brick row buildings and long-standing family-run businesses into a tight-knit, bustling community. For more information, contact Jane Seebold at 410-727-4500.
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|Fell's Point Main Street|
Fell's Point has evolved from its days as a den of pirates and privateers, to a modern day working seaport with an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, bars, museums, and galleries. Click here for information on Fell's Point's First Fridays Art Loop gallery tours. For more information on Fell's Point Main Street, contact Joy Giordano at 410-675-8900.
|Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street|
Hamilton Lauraville is located in the North East corner of Baltimore City. Surrounded by neighborhoods of stately homes, pretty cottages, and colorful gardens, the business districts of Hamilton and Lauraville retain their small-town charm, and yet they offer great visibility on Harford Road and easy access to downtown Baltimore (15 minutes) and I-95 and the Baltimore Beltway (15 minutes). With strong demographics and the presence of Morgan State University, which is less than one mile away, Lauraville and Hamilton are poised for growth. Come visit and see what all the local foodies are talking about. With restaurants here like Clementines, and The Parkside - there is something here for everyone! For more information, please contact Regina Lansinger at 443-414-7606.
|Highlandtown Main Street|Designated as an Arts and Entertainment District and located due north of the hottest real estate market in Baltimore City, Highlandtown is ripe for start-up businesses, major retailers, professional offices and niche boutiques. For more information, contact Amanda Smit at 410-342-3234, ext.26.
|Pennsylvania Avenue Main Street|
The Pennsylvania Avenue commercial corridor has a special place in Baltimore's history. It was along Pennsylvania Avenue that music greats such as Billie Holiday and Cab Calloway performed. For more information, contact Pamela Johnson at 443-226-6891.
|Pigtown Main Street|
One of Baltimore's most storied neighborhoods, this emerging commercial district is surrounded by history and opportunity. Proximity to major institutions makes Pigtown a prime location for merchants and residents, including easy access to I-95, as well as downtown Baltimore, Oriole Park, the Ravens Football Stadium, and the University of Maryland professional schools. For more information, contact Ben Hyman at 443-682-0653.
|Waverly Main Street|
The Waverly business district is a successful retail center just a few blocks from the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. The commercial district adjoins some of Baltimore's hottest residential neighborhoods such as Abell, Charles Village, Oakenshawe, Guilford and Waverly. For more information, contact Jermaine Johnson at 443-722-5747.