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Amazing 2bed/2bath apartment close to everything!

2 beds,
2 baths

Located within walking distance of three prestigious Maryland universities, Baltimore's Central Business District, and just three blocks from Penn Station sits 1121 North Calvert Apartments.  1121 North Calvert consists of 8 unique market-rate apartment units built behind the walls of two adjoining 18th century rowhome facades.  It brings to the north-central neighborhood of Mt. Vernon a product that is in demand but sorely lacking - stylish rental housing without the high price tag.

Large windows with great east-west natural light compliment the bamboo living room floors.  The kitchen features deep caramel-colored cabinetry, jet-black appliances, beautiful brown/red granite countertops, and an imported porcelain tiled floor. The bathrooms contain lush dark wood vanities, marble floors, and a subway-tile tub surround. Other features include a video intercom, keyless front door, bamboo hardwood living room floors, plush Berber carpeting in the bedrooms, and a high-efficiency stacked washer/dryer.

The apartment is separately metered for electricity and gas, and has its own hot water heater and HVAC system. Network and cable wiring in every room.  Parking is available behind the building for $95/mo.  Sign a 2-year lease by June 30th and receive one free parking space, behind the building, for your first year!

Just a short walk to Penn Station, the University of Baltimore, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and the Johns Hopkins (JHU) shuttles. 3-minute free Circulator ride to downtown and the harbor.

Building Amenities
Floor Plan
Quick Stats
base rent*
2 Baths
Allowed Pets:
Allowed Pets
Included Utilities:
Water Included
Commercial Class Wifi Included
Included Services:
On-Call Maintenance
Monthly Pest Prevention
Online Service Requests
24-Hour Emergency Service
Free Online Rent Payments
- and more!

*All utilities are separate unless otherwise noted above. Minimum lease term of 18 months required. Rental rate may increase for shorter terms and decrease for longer terms.