Enjoy the Best of Urban Living at These Downtown Baltimore Apartments

Originally called the Munsey Building, named after newspaper publisher Frank A. Munsey, the structure was completed in 1911 and billed at the tallest building in Baltimore. The Munsey initially served at the headquarters of the Baltimore News, but also became home to Baltimore’s first radio station, WEAR. The station broadcasted the first Presidential speech ever, which was given by Warren Harding in 1922.

Later, Frank Munsey turned the building into the main offices of his newly chartered Munsey Trust Company, which later became known as The Equitable Trust Company. In 2002 the building was converted into apartments.

Located close to the harbor, The Munsey is the prime location if you like to walk (or bike) to work. University of Maryland Medical Center, Verizon, Inc. LifeBridge Health, Jon Hopkins Hospital, and a host of other company and organizational headquarters, are nearby. Take the Metro to just about anywhere in the city.

Nestled near several plazas and parks, The Munsey is close to several serene settings. In fact, the community is directly across the street from Battle Monument Park, and a five minute walk from War Memorial Plaza.

With a mix of unique and eclectic shopping a dining destinations, you’ll see why The Munsey is perfect urban living.



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