Architectural Digest calls Baltimore one of the most exciting cities in the US right now, according to an article on February 23, 2017.

The magazine notes that Baltimore has remained under the radar for many years, and now, as they say in their article:


“a remarkable renaissance is now under way: Developers are rushing to build apartments and hotels, young professionals are moving in, and a growing roster of sophisticated restaurants, boutiques, and cultural spaces is finally luring travelers to this oft-underrated waterfront city.”

The article discusses visiting Baltimore, and where you can stay, and then moves on to some popular places to visit and eat.

They highlight The Walters Art Museum, Everyman Theatre, and the shops in Hampden along 36th Street, like Trohv. Baltimore has so many incredible museums and amazing theatres, as well as locally run shops all through the city! We are lucky to have such a wide variety of things to do and places to visit in Downtown Baltimore and the surrounding areas!

The restaurants the article mentions are Gunther & Co, Cosima, and The Elephant. These are just three of the many exciting locally owned eateries Baltimore has to offer – including Charleston, whose chef and owner, Cindy Wolf was a James Beard Foundation Finalist for Best Chef in the Mid-Atlantic in 2006, 2008, 2014, 2015 and 2016, and Aggio, owned by Top Chef competitor Bryan Voltaggio. (And those are just a few of the MANY locally owned, incredible eateries we have here in Baltimore!)

Thank you to Architectural Digest for bringing attention to our great city of Baltimore.

If you are considering moving to Baltimore, please contact me. I would love to be of assistance!