Reservoir Hill in the city of Baltimore was once one of the premier neighborhoods to reside in. The jewish exodus from downtown Baltimore led to magnificent row houses up Eutaw Place ending at the reservoir and Druid Park. Mansions and large apartment buildings lined Druid Park Lake Drive. Like many city neighborhoods Reservoir Hill witnessed an exodus as those that fled the harbor generations later fled the city altogether.

But Reservoir Hill, as the city in general, is undergoing a rebirth.

The stock of old buildings still exists in Baltimore and developers with a keen eye able to see through the decades of ruin want to help make Baltimore great again.

With apartments upwards of 4,000sf, marble stairwells, and even an elevator this address will continue the already burgeoning rebirth of Reservoir Hill.

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This is part one of an ongoing series. Stay tuned.



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