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259 apartments for rent near Fells Point, Baltimore, MD

The Eden
777 S Eden St
Studio
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1 Bed
$1,506
2 Bed
$2,474
Union Wharf Apartments
915 S Wolfe St
Studio
$1,691
1 Bed
$1,721
2 Bed
$2,864
Marketplace at Fells Point
622 S Broadway
Studio
$1,610
1 Bed
$1,810
2 Bed
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1305 Dock Street
1305 Dock St
Studio
$1,486
1 Bed
$1,979
2 Bed
$3,403
1724 EASTERN AVENUE
Fells Point
4 Bed
$2,800
719 S Bond St Apt D
Fells Point
1 Bed
$800
516 WOLFE STREET
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,995
516 S. Wolfe Street
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,895
951 FELL STREET
Fells Point
2 Bed
$3,060
951 FELL STREET
Fells Point
1 Bed
$2,620
1612 LANCASTER ST
Fells Point
2 Bed
$2,200
511 BOND STREET SOUTH
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,695
1712 THAMES STREET
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,800
801 BOND STREET
Fells Point
3 Bed
$2,300
702 WOLFE STREET
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,700
829 BOND STREET
Fells Point
3 Bed
$3,550
909 CAROLINE STREET SOUTH
Fells Point
2 Bed
$2,150
1730 FLEET STREET
Fells Point
2 Bed
$1,600
808 BOND STREET SOUTH
Fells Point
2 Bed
$2,100
1000 FELL STREET
Fells Point
1 Bed
$1,695
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City Guide
Fells Point, Baltimore
Take the Fort McHenry tunnel across the harbor and you’ll land in Fells Point, a historic neighborhood that wins awards for its great quality of life. Located just southeast of downtown Baltimore and the famous Inner Harbor, Fells Point defines the concept of a well-established neighborhood. People lived here before the U.S. was even officially a country.

Renting in Fells Point makes it easy to work downtown and get back home with a short commute. You can even walk, and many people do, but bring your umbrella and a warm jacket because Baltimore can be rainy and cold. Being home quickly after work leaves you more free time to go out and enjoy the bistros and shops that make this such an attractive place to be.

You’ll still discover shadows of the neighborhood’s immigrant-friendly history in the many restaurants here. The dirt cheap tacos at Tortilleria Sinaloa will leave you satisfied in your cravings for authentic Mexican food—but heads up that the menu is only in Spanish, and you can only get orders to go. Mezze serves up delicious Greek and Mediterranean fare; go for half-price tapas during happy hour.  

Nightlife in Fells Point is more about having a drink than dancing, and fortunately you have many fun pubs for the taking. The décor of The Wharf Rat will remind you of your favorite pub in London. Come for the trivia and the pizza hand-tossed by the bartender. The skilled bartenders at One-Eyed Mike’s will help you choose just the right drink to go with your crab cakes. Cat’s Eye Pub is a great place for when you want a fun crowd and live music to go with your drink.

This is a neighborhood that likes to celebrate, with or without alcohol. Renting in Fells Point means you have easy access to the festivals that happen throughout the year and bring thousands of people to the neighborhood. Most popular is the Fells Point Fun Festival, which started in 1966 to protect the neighborhood’s history when a proposed highway expansion threatened to destroy it. The highway expansion failed, but the festival lives on. Other festivals throughout the year include ones at Halloween and Christmas, and a special one in April that celebrates the city’s maritime history.

The market can be pretty competitive for apartments for rent in Fells Point. As a designated Historic District, neighborhood planners are pretty protective about new development, which has slowed the growth of proposed high-rise apartment buildings. The increased demand for this trendy neighborhood combined with a limited vacancy rate means you may have to get on a waiting list. While you’re waiting for an apartment to come open, make sure your bank account has plenty of cushion, since premium neighborhoods equal premium rent, too.

Fells Point was designed before the advent of cars, and that means that parking is going to be pretty tough. Take the Charm City Circulator shuttle bus to get here from other neighborhoods, because otherwise you’ll spend all your valuable party time looking for parking spaces. When you look at an apartment for rent, make sure you ask about the included parking spaces as well; most apartments only include one parking space.

Renting in Fells Point makes life fun. Most apartments take advantage of the closeness to the harbor, maximizing the stunning waterfront views and offering harbor-side jogging paths. Many complexes have rooftop gardens that are ideal for entertaining and offer amenities like high-end kitchens, courtyards with outdoor fireplaces, and onsite retail. Plenty of pet-friendly apartments allow you to bring along a furry friend or two, though you’ll have to pay extra deposits.

If you’ve got the budget to live in Baltimore’s most exciting neighborhood, you’ll never be bored! Come to Fells Point and see all it has to offer.