Baltimore Apartments and Rentals on Walk Score
The map below shows apartments and rentals in Baltimore.
Apartments Near Schools
Apartments Near Employers
Apartments Near Amenities
Use Gotta Have filter above to find Baltimore apartments near grocery stores, coffee shops, restaurants, parks, and more.
- Avalon Centerpoint
- The Zenith
- Union Wharf Apartments
- The Villas at Dorsey Ridge
- 2 Beds - The Redwood
- Sutton Place
- Seton Park
- Marlboro Classic & Redwood Square
- The Fitzgerald at UB Midtown
- The Communities at Middle Branch Manor
- 222 Saratoga
- Walker Manor
- The Carlyle
- 3 Beds - The Renaissance Club
- Stafford Apartments
Average Apartment Costs in BaltimoreBased on the first few accommodations in this search, we found:
Studio apartments at an average cost of $886. The cheapest studio rent is $450. The most expensive studio price is $1170.
One Bedroom apartments at an average cost of $800. The cheapest 1 bedroom rent is $700. The most expensive 1 bedroom price is $1765.
Two Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $997. The cheapest 2 bedroom rent is $750. The most expensive 2 bedroom price is $1350.
Three Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $1250. The cheapest 3 bedroom rent is $900. The most expensive 3 bedroom price is $1550.
Four Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $1512. The cheapest 4 bedroom rent is $975. The most expensive 4 bedroom price is $1838.