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A Tale of Two Cities: Baltimore’s Recovering Housing Market

Mar 2 2016

Situated between the larger Washington, DC, and Philadelphia/Wilmington metropolitan areas, Baltimore is its own distinct town, known as both “Charm City” and “The City that Reads,” referencing the impact of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system of public libraries across the city (and one of the oldest public library systems in the nation).

Often thought of as a working-class city, Baltimore also has major universities as well as a center for finance and international trade. Baltimore is home to world-class art featured in the Walters Art Museum and the American Visionary Art Museum; historical sites like Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key wrote the “Star Spangled Banner,” the Babe Ruth birthplace; and professional sports teams such as the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens.

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