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Belvedere Square

The Senator Theater
The Senator Theater
On the edge of the city limits, Belvedere Square offers city convenience with the ambiance of the 'burbs. Yards are large and many of the single family homes boast big front porches. Northern Parkway, a major east to west thoroughfare provides easy access to the Jones Falls Expressway and I-695. Several nearby strip malls sport national grocery chains, electronics and gaming stores, and eateries. The heart of the community resides, however, in the historic Senator Theater and the market and shopping area from which the neighborhood takes its name.
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