Explore Central Baltimore Around the Johns Hopkins University Campus

Explore Central Baltimore Around the Johns Hopkins University Campus

October 27, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


[Indie music] [jogger panting] [female homeowner] Seeing the neighborhood transform is a really beautiful thing. [male artist] This space and this time, it’s amazing. [male student] A lot of neat, kind of hip neighborhoods. [female student] As students, we can walk, everything’s close by. It’s really exciting. [male entrepreneur] Baltimore is one of the greatest cities on the planet right now. It’s an amazing city and Central Baltimore’s absolutely the core of that. [bugle sounds off] [crowd cheers] [female student] I really like Baltimore. It’s really friendly, all the people I’ve met. Especially with so many colleges in the area, there’s always young people around. And also fun places to hang out with your friends. [female planner] The Johns Hopkins University, the University of Baltimore, and Maryland Institute College of Art provide places of culture and art and creativity and want their neighborhoods to grow and thrive. [female homeowner] There’s artists and there’s musicians and there’s so many people who care about the community. I love it so much. So it really makes me happy. There’s still kind of a close-knit sense of community but within that, still the richness of, you know, urbanite living. When I bike in to campus it’s nice to see
people just out and about, sitting outside and just having a good time. [students laughing] [male artist] The music scene here is amazing, it’s theater, it’s comedy, it’s performance, it’s art, and it’s all very much unique and happening only in Baltimore. [female student] There are alot of different neighborhoods and I think there’s something for everyone here, whether you’re into music or like live entertainment, you’re a foodie. I think the restaurant scene in Central Baltimore is getting better all the time.
It’s definitely a place where you can go to get variety and affordable food. And really
food that is made by the hand of a small business owner you can really tell. [energetic music] [female business owner] It’s
a really energetic neighborhood but then also to be like central to a city and
still have this much green that’s all around us… it’s awesome. [female student] The neighborhood is really
growing, there’s Station North, Charles Village, Remington. Come to Remington! Hopkins students are really a
part of it because we’re here and it’s home! [music ends]