Why is Baltimore a great location?
Baltimore is the hometown of choice for some of the nation’s leading life scientists. It is easy to see why:
- Educational and Research Prominance
- The energy – music and art in Mount Vernon, food in Little Italy, galleries and shops in Fells Point and Federal Hill.
- Art, culture, parks, schools, sports, sailing, and a diverse mix of neighborhood options for every lifestyle all come together in Baltimore.
- High quality of life at an affordable price.
Over 13 million people visit annually for baseball at Camden Yards, concerts on the pier, the National Aquarium, outstanding museums, food, or fireworks over the inner harbor.
The neighborhood around the Science + Technology Park is one of the fastest growing redevelopment areas in Baltimore. East Baltimore is on the map as being one of the new areas to consider. To learn more, see us on Twitter or Facebook. Also, check out Around Eager Park.
Great access on a global and national basis
Situated at the midpoint of the intellectually rich eastern seaboard research corridor, Baltimore is easily accessible by air, automobile, and train.
Over 100 million people live within a 5 hour drive; 2 hours to New York City on AMTRAK; 30 minutes to Washington DC Union Station on MARC.