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Baltimore is a vibrant and bustling city.

Balticon in the spring, Artscape and HonFest in the summer, the Baltimore Book Festival in the fall, and 34th Street lit up for the holidays. Baltimore is a funky, artsy, nerdy, awesome place to live. We love it here and know you will too.

With more than 10 major universities and colleges in the area, Baltimore is a hub of education and business. Major companies such as Black and Decker, McCormick & Co, Under Armour and T. Rowe Price are headquartered in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins University conducts cutting edge research just minutes from our offices.

Baltimore has neighborhoods for everyone. If you like city living, you might enjoy Federal Hill, Fells Point, Canton or Mt. Vernon. If you want a neighborhood with that community feel and great schools you might try Catonsville, Towson or Lutherville. Interested in lots of land and maybe some chickens? Northern Maryland and Pennsylvania are within commuting distance of the office.

Living in Baltimore

Baltimore and the surrounding area is full of unique neighborhoods.

I lived in Fells Point in my early twenties, Mt. Vernon in my mid-twenties, and now Towson in my early thirties. Each was perfect for that time of my life.
Zoe Bell, Lead Producer

Mt. Vernon

Peabody Library

Charles Village

Right near the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, Charles Village is full of students and professors.

Hampden

Artistic, quirky and fun!

My previous job's commute was nearly an hour. I'm now just five minutes from the office and it's great.
Josh Kermond, Executive Producer

Towson

Great schools. The mall. Towson University. Houses from the 1930s-present.

Towson Homes

Baltimore County

Our offices are in Baltimore County. See what it has to offer!

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Pennsylvania

Own a farm with a scenic view!

My favorite part of Baltimore is how walkable it is. I love grabbing a chai latte and strolling around the Inner Harbor.
John Hawkins, Lead Game Designer
The Hippodrome Theater in downtown Baltimore is host to many traveling Broadway shows. Photo Credit: Visit Baltimore
The flamingo, courtesy of John Waters, has become the unofficial Mascot of Baltimore
Baltimore Harbor
American Visionary Art Museum
You haven't had crabs until you've had them smothered in Old Bay at a Maryland crab house.
Station North