Neighborhood & Directions

Discover the perfect blend of comfort, convenience, and urban lifestyle at our Baltimore apartments near Johns Hopkins. Located in a vibrant neighborhood that pulsates with life and energy, HOHM Highlandtown Apartments is more than just a place to live - it's a place to thrive.

You'll be close to schools, shopping, restaurants, parks, and more. Highlandtown has it all.

Directions: Head east on Bank St toward Grundy St, Turn right onto S Haven St, Turn left onto Eastern Ave, Turn left onto Bayview Blvd, Turn right onto Mason Lord Dr, Turn left. Head east on Bank St toward Grundy St, Turn right onto S Haven St, Turn right onto Boston St, Turn left onto S Conkling St, Turn left. Get on I-95 S from S Haven St and Boston St, Follow I-95 S and I-395 N to W Conway St, Continue on W Conway St. Drive to Light St. Head west on Bank St toward S Eaton St, Turn right onto S Highland Ave, Turn left after McDonald's (on the right), Turn right onto N Caroline St, Turn right onto McElderry St.

HOHM Highlandtown Apartments Neighborhood Map

It's time to head Hohm and experience the best of Baltimore City living. Explore the neighborhood on our interactive map below.



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    Highlandtown, Maryland Points of Interest

    Key Points of Interest:

    Highlandtown – locally pronounced as Hollantown – is densely packed with row houses and casual bars, along with an array of global restaurants and boutique shops. Local artists are showcased at Highlandtown Gallery, while regular live music and performances can be found at the Creative Alliance.

    Art- A neighborhood of makers, filled with color & art.

    Highlandtown. Home to the Creative Alliance, Highlandtown Gallery, Springsteen Gallery, Night Owl Gallery, and more. Where we showcase our talents in the street with impromptu Mariachi bands, yarn bombings, and dance performances.

    Highlandtown is a neighborhood of makers: designers, jewelry makers, metal workers, and puppeteers working alongside coffee roasters, piñata makers, and chefs. Home to a muralist who opened an international residency program, a tech company inventing slick new phone apps, and a sculptor restoring Baltimore statues and creating custom seating for our local plaza.

    Dinning & Nightlife: Good Eats. Good Times.

    Highlandtown boasts some of Baltimore’s most exciting options for dining or a quick bite. We’re home to long-time eateries Matthew’s Pizza and Carlos O’ Charlies, neighborhood favorites like Chicken Rico and High Grounds, and we happily welcome new businesses such as Franchesca’s Empanada Café, Snake Hill and Sally O’s.

    Highlandtown has plenty of lunch and dinner options and after hours you’ll typically find locals hanging out at one of their favorite corner bars. Take your pick—there are plenty of places to enjoy!
    HOHM’s Local Favorites:
    • Pie Time-  Seasonal and fresh local fruit are the centerpieces of the sweet pies.  Pie Time Pies should taste like they were stolen from your grandmothers pantry!
    • Patterson Park- Patterson Park is well known for its green space, large trees, paved walkways, historic battle sites, lake, playgrounds, athletic fields, swimming pool, ice-skating rink and its observation tower—the Instagram-worthy Patterson Park Pagoda.
    • Onedo Coffee- Small-batch roastery & craft coffee shop also offering premium quality loose leaf teas, local pastries & light breakfast/lunch fare.
    • Franchescas empanadas- Straightforward Cafe offering meat & vegan empanadas, plus chicken & steak bowls.
    • Pho Bac-  Vietnamese sandwiches, soups & other comfort eats dished up in cozy digs with a few outdoor tables.
    • The Shops at Canton Crossing -  410,000 square foot shopping center with many national retailers including Harris Teeter, Target, Michael’s, DSW, Old Navy and Ulta. 
    • Canton & Brewers Hill - The heart of Canton is a quaint square rimmed with restaurants, pubs and shops along O’Donnell Street. But wander off O’Donnell Square Park to the surrounding blocks and you’ll find the quintessential Baltimore—from the nearly lost Baltimore art form of painted screens to rows of classic marble stoops on traditional Baltimore brick and Formstone row houses.  Brewers Hill is home to a historic renovation of two original landmark breweries: Gunther and National. You’ll know you’re here when you see the illuminated Mr. Boh sign winking down at you.
    • Fells Point- (Bar Scene) -Fell’s Point is a dynamic, must-see destination for locals and visitors alike embodying the true spirit of Baltimore. Nestled along the cobblestone streets and charming waterfront Fell’s Point Main Street is home to more than 100 small businesses where you can eat and drink, stop and shop and stay and play. Explore our historic neighborhood and become part of our vibrant community.