The Homes at
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The Homes at Station East

Close to Everything. Including Perfection.

Eager Park Playground

Ashland Ave. Starbucks

Station East is located in the heart of one of Baltimore’s most diverse and dynamic neighborhoods. Adjacent to world-class employment opportunities and healthcare services at Johns Hopkins Hospital, it also neighbors the vibrant redevelopment efforts of East Baltimore Development, Inc. (EDBI). EBDI’s $1.8 billion plan includes a community center, library and beautiful outdoor space — as well as new science and technology buildings, retail development and mixed-income housing.

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Station East is a mere 10-minute drive from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor area, I-95 and the Baltimore Beltway. It’s also a 10-minute walk to catch a bus on the Green Line of the Charm City Circulator, connecting with the historic Fells Point and Jonestown areas, Little Italy, the City Center and much more.

Schools

  • Henderson Hopkins
    2100 Ashland Avenue
  • Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School
    600 N. Patterson Park
  • Commodore Rogers
    100 N. Chester Street
  • William Paca Elementary
    200 Lakewood Avenue
  • Dr. Raynor Brown
    1000 N. Montford Avenue
  • Patterson Park Public Charter School
    27 N. Lakewood Avenue

Parks

  • Eager Park
  • Patterson Park
  • Bocek Park
  • Elmwood Park

Retail/Services

  • Northeast Market
    2101 E. Monument Street
  • Monument Street Shopping District
    2100-2400 East. Monument Street
  • Walgreens
    900 N. Washington
  • Starbucks
    1812 Ashland Ave.
  • Weinberg Community Center
    901 N. Milton
  • Pratt Library
    158 N. Linwood Avenue
  • Atwaters (at Hopkins)
  • Grocery Store (Coming Soon)

Institutions

  • Johns Hopkins Medical Complex
    1800 Orleans St.
  • MICA Place
    814 N. Collington Avenue
  • Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene Lab

Now selling homes on the 2500 block of E. Eager Street with private rear parking.

  • New model at 917 N. Bradford St. now open Saturdays noon to 4 pm.
  • Homes priced from $167,990
  • All houses qualify for Historic Property tax reduction.
  • Hopkins employees may qualify for grants — some homes with full grants of $17,000, others with partial grants of $5,000. Also $20,000 for city teachers and police from Abell Foundation.
  • $10,000 from Vacants to Value Booster Program when buying one of our formerly vacant, renovated houses.
  • $2,500 Refer-a-Friend Bonus. Limited Time Only!

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