The proud owner of a Baltimore City ZIP Code, Roland Park Place’s uptown location benefits from city convenience and country coziness. Less than six miles from the Inner Harbor and all of the cultural amenities and fun entertainment that comes with city life, Roland Park Place is a cozy community with a prime residential location.
Whether it be the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University and neighbor-friendly Charles Village; the world-class Baltimore Museum of Art; or The Rotunda, a renewed Baltimore icon now better than ever with an amazing mix of high-end retail shops, restaurants, and office space — several of Baltimore City’s finest offerings can be found right at Roland Park Place’s doorstep.
Here is just a sampling of what’s nearby:
The Rotunda, Shops at Cross Keys, Mt. Washington Village, Hampden Village, Eddie’s of Roland Park, and other fine retail shops
The Johns Hopkins University, Loyola College, and College of Notre Dame all sponsor continuing education classes for retirees
The Meyerhoff (home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra), The Lyric (home of the Baltimore Opera Company), Center Stage, the Walters Art Museum, and the Baltimore Museum of Art
Homewood House and Evergreen
Sherwood Gardens, Cylburn Arboretum
Robert E. Lee Park, Lake Roland, Wyman Park
The Maryland Zoo, the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center
Johnny’s of Roland Park, Petit Louis, The Food Market, Alchemy, 13.5% Wine Bar
Second Presbyterian Church Concert Series, Shriver Hall Concert Series
The Baltimore Orioles, the Baltimore Ravens, Johns Hopkins’ University’s Blue Jays Lacrosse