Mid-Town Belvedere is a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland with a population of 3,866. Mid-Town Belvedere is in Baltimore City County and is one of the best places to live in Maryland. Living in Mid-Town Belvedere offers residents a dense urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Mid-Town Belvedere there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Mid-Town Belvedere and residents tend to be liberal.
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Mid-Town Belvedere Reviews
Growing up in the suburbs makes living in a "dangerous" city environment like Baltimore difficult for me. However, as it is a collegetown, there are many students around that also makes it a unique environment in that it is easy to select neighborhoods for their demographics. Certain areas have primarily students/young adults, others have more working professionals, and yet others are full of undergrad students. I would continue to live here if I had to redo it, and I think the future will see a lot of improvement in crime, property values and school systems. Personally for me it ranks behind suburban areas because that is what I am used to.
I have lived in Baltimore for two years and haven't personally had a problem with safety. There are unsafe areas including North Ave, Greenmount Ave and the area surrounding the medical campus. A classmate of mine lived near the medical campus and his laptop was stolen. There are also numerous abandoned properties, but most of us who rent find the properties affordable (especially considering other students and myself who live on graduate student stipends).
There is some diversity in my actual school environment, but less so where I live/neighborhood. However, that is because the city seems to be divided; Mt Vernon typically has the young adults/students, mid-Charles village has the working professionals and upper Charles village has the undergrad students. No matter what though, people seem to be friendly everywhere.