Fells Point was named a top “great neighborhood” by the American Planning Association.

The American Planning Association took into account the beautiful harbor views, late 18th & early 19th century architecture, and interesting history. The USS Constellation was built here! Also, after the War of 1812 and the bombardment of Fort McHenry, Fell’s Point became the second most used port of entry for immigrants after Ellis Island.

The Fell’s Point neighborhood has many amenities, including the FREE Charm City Circulator green route, which runs through much of the area, and connects to other busses and area transportation. There are many restaurants and bars to enjoy right in the heart of things!

Johns Hopkins hospital is not very far away, so workers and patients alike have a short commute.

Fell’s Point has an annual Fell’s Point Fun Festival in October, as well as Films on the Pier during the summer.

Fell’s Point is an area that makes Baltimore a great place to live and work. Contact me for more information about living in Fell’s Point!