Harbor View

Located at 100 HarborView Drive, The HarborView Towers rise 30 stories above Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Named after one of its best assets, The HarborView Towers boast the best views of the water and city skyline from every floor, every unit, and every angle. With luxurious amenities, newly renovated spaces and all of the benefits of urban living, The HarborView Towers offer Baltimore’s only waterfront living, literally on the water. If you want a great harbor view, go to the place named after great harbor views.


Silo Point

Silo Point, formerly known as the Baltimore and Ohio Locust Point Grain Terminal Elevator, is a residential complex converted from a high-rise grain elevator on the edge of the Locust Point neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland.


Ritz Carlton Residents

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Inner Harbor, Baltimore feature gracious one-to-three bedroom homes varying in size from 1,600 square feet to more than 5,000 square feet. An elevator transports you directly into your home, revealing generous ceiling heights, solid wood-paneled entry doors, crown molding and rooms of generous proportion. Each residence features granite countertops, custom European Cabinetry, Viking Professional Series Stainless Steel Appliances, Kohler fixtures and Hardwood & Marble floors. Most residences also feature private balconies and terraces.


The Towers at Harbor Court

A distinctly tall building along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Towers at Harbor Court condos is one of the city’s tallest structures. With 28 floors, luxury residences within the building command stunning views of the harbor, Chesapeake Bay and the city of Baltimore. Built in 1987, it was Baltimore’s first truly luxury high-rise on the revitalized Inner Harbor and today it still stands out as one of the city’s premier residences. There are a total of 166 residences with the three Towers at Harbor Court, including the glorious penthouses, which offer plenty of space and the best views of all the building’s residences