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Baltimore: What To Know Before You Go

Equal parts grit and charm, Baltimore is one of the hardest working and most diverse cities in the U.S. With a thriving arts scene and cities like Washington D.C. and New York City a road trip away, this Chesapeake Bay beauty is a place to seriously consider calling home.

If you decide to move to Baltimore, AKA ''Charm City'', be ready to cheer for the Ravens and Orioles and spend many days (and nights) at the Inner Harbor. And if you hear a lot of people calling you ''Hon''? They're not flirting. Everyone is ''Honey'' in this quirky city!

Opportunities Galore In Baltimore

For Students

If you're moving to Baltimore for school, you're likely attending Johns Hopkins or the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Johns Hopkins is a state treasure, ranked #7 in national universities. The school has an 87 percent 4-year graduation rate and a whopping 97 percent freshman retention rate. UMBC is a public university with an enrollment of just over 10,000, an 81 percent acceptance rate, and an impressive 87 percent freshman retention rate.

For Families

Families moving to Charm City have over 250 neighborhoods to choose from, so finding a community with the amenities you desire, and homes in your price range will be a breeze. You'll keep your kids busy with trips to Baltimore's museums, parks and state favorites like the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center.

For Young Professionals

Now is an excellent time to start a new business or find work in Baltimore. The job market is growing, and technology, in particular, is exploding. The city is the top job center in Maryland, and other than tech, top industries include healthcare, financial services, bioscience, and defense contracting.

Best Neighborhoods in Charm City

Mid-Town Belvedere

There couldn't be a better place for students and young professionals to settle than Mid-Town Belvedere. This neighborhood has affordable housing, a quick and easy commute to downtown, and is home to both the Maryland Institute College of Art and the University of Baltimore. When it's time to unwind, this vibrant district has no shortage of pubs, restaurants, or clubs.

Federal Hill

Numerous young families and professionals call Federal Hill home. This historic district allows easy access to the waterfront, and its several museums, galleries, and restaurants are all within walking distance. This close-knit community is a stone's throw from downtown Baltimore and teeming with trendy boutiques.


This artistic area is home to Baltimore's Creative Alliance, Patterson Park, and the much-loved Highlandtown Arts and Entertainment District, AKA ''HA!''! Canton's many festivals and outdoor spaces make it a family favorite. Young professionals love the easy commute to work and the commercial district's lively attractions.

Got Stuff To Store In Baltimore?

Relocating to Baltimore is a big move to a big city. You may need some help. Our storage units in Baltimore have drive-up access and climate-controlled storage for your belongings. Check out our size guide to determine the right storage unit size for your needs. Contact one of our customer service reps today to find the nearest self-storage facility to your new home!

Frequently asked questions

Damage to your mattress can be prevented by firstly cleaning and drying it before storing, then wrapping it in a protective covering and placing it away from heavy items and the storage unit's walls. Always opt for a climate controlled storage unit for optimal results.

Although not standard in every unit, many storage facilities do offer units with dedicated power outlets. Units used for storing vehicles or business supplies are more likely to have this feature.

Under standard rules and regulations, a storage unit cannot be made into a permanent residence. Its purpose is for storage and not suitable for human habitation.

Customers in Baltimore usually pay around $106.5 per month for a 10x10 self storage unit. Keep in mind, this is an average cost and the actual cost may differ based on various factors.

Average Unit Price

Based on 383 storage units reserved in Baltimore over the past 7 months.


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Best Priced Storage Units in Baltimore, MD

A storage unit’s price is based on several factors, including the facility’s amenities (such as 24/7 access, free use of truck), the storage unit’s amenities (such as climate control, electrical outlet), facility location, unit location (a ground floor unit will be more expensive), and overall demand in your area.

When looking at pricing for storage units in Baltimore, it’s important to think about rental rates in terms of price for value. Sometimes, the cheapest storage unit doesn’t always mean it’s the best unit for YOUR needs.