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Charles Village

A brightly painted home in the Charles Village Neighborhood of Baltimore - Arianne Teeple
A brightly painted home in the Charles Village Neighborhood of Baltimore - Arianne Teeple

Located along Charles Street, Baltimore's North/South spine, Charles Village is a mostly residential neighborhood, with a cluster of retail and restaurant spaces on St. Paul Street, as well as a few stores scattered throughout the neighborhood. The nearby Johns Hopkins University, Homewood campus, which borders Charles Village to the west, creates a strong student presence. An extra tax provides the funds for the Charles Village Community Benefits District, a management authority that helps keep the neighborhood spotlessly clean. Frequent community events and an almost universal appreciation for the old houses of the neighborhood bring the diverse community together.

Charles Village

Charles Village Features

Three growing companies to watch

BmoreMedia takes a look at three Baltimore area startups that promise to revolutionize how we plan meals, meet people who share common interests and present academic information. 

Step OUT to shop at your neighborhood farmers' market

Developers find new uses for sacred spaces

Baltimore is dotted with beautiful, old churches. But not all are used to hold Sunday service. Many have been renovated on behalf of nonprofits and businesses that now use them to hold meetings and events.

Kale and potatoes: Baltimoreans embrace vegetarian cuisine

Baltimore has seen an uptick in the number of restaurants and events that cater to vegetarians. Some of the growth is coming from an unlikely source: meat eaters.

More than a market: Waverly maps out a new plan for its future

Waverly Main Street has hired a local urban design firm to create a new master plan for the area that includes streetscape improvements, a new slogan and the redevelopment of several buildings. Leaders want the area to be known as a place to shop and dine — and not just the Saturday farmers' market.
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