Baltimore, MD: What you need to know

Nicknamed “City of Neighborhoods” for its more than 100 districts, Baltimore has nearly 65,000 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two largest employers are Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University, and this Atlantic Ocean seaport has a beautiful skyline with 10 buildings at least 25 stories tall. Several restaurants are known for their crab cakes and blue crab dishes, and sports in Baltimore include the Orioles, Ravens and the annual Preakness Stakes.


Baltimore, MD City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 622,454
Median Age 35
Median Household Income $42,241
Median Home Price $152,400
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Baltimore, MD Demographics

Population By Gender

  Male 47.1%
  Female 52.9%

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 367
In Baltimore, MD

 
6.6% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Baltimore, MD

Median Population

Median Age 34.6%
Age 18 Over 78.8%
Age 21 Over 74.1%
Age 62 Over 15.3%
Age 65 Over 12.1%

Race

  Ethnicity White 30.3%
  Ethnicity Black 62.8%
  Ethnicity Asian 2.6%
  Ethnicity Hawaiian 0.1%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 4.6%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.3%
  Ethnicity Other 1.7%

Economics

  Median Household Income $42,241
  Median Home Price $152,400
  Homes Owned 52.9%
  Homes Rent 47.1%
  Median Property Rent $951

Language

  English Only 91.1%
  English Other 8.9%

 
COMMUTE TIME: 30.5 MINUTES
in Baltimore, MD

Commute Types

  Walked 6.7%
  Worked at Home 3.1%
  Public Transportation 18.6%
  Other Means 2.1%
  Drove Alone 60.2%
  Carpooled 9.2%