the No Boundaries Coalition

Our Neighborhoods

Bolton Hill is an urban neighborhood of tree-lined streets with an outstanding collection of restored mid- to late-nineteenth century townhouses, urban mansions, churches, and public buildings. Bolton Hill is peppered with quaint urban parks, historic fountains, and grand monuments that complement the period architecture. The residents include all age groups, races, religions, ethnic backgrounds, and lifestyles.

Druid Heights is rich in character and diversity. The neighborhood has been an important African American community for well over one hundred years. With its two commercial corridors, North Ave and Pennsylvania Ave, it hosts many entertainment and religious attractions.

Madison Park is a diverse community that is home to singles, couples, children, parents and seniors of varied ethnicities, faiths, cultures and lifestyles. Its tree-lined streets boast many homes that have been renovated and restored to reflect their historic past and show off their unique architecture.

Reservoir Hill is a beautiful, historic residential neighborhood adjacent to Druid Hill Park. It is home to stately Victorian town homes, restored apartment buildings, and a diverse mix of residents from all backgrounds and all walks of life who together function as a unified community.

Sandtown is a 72 square block community in Old West Baltimore and is home to over 10,300 diverse residents. A neighborhood that has taken significant revitalization strides over the past 15 years, Sandtown boasts annual community events, friendly neighbors, community parks, and over 50 churches.

Upton, an historically rich African American community, has become a focus of urban revitalization. Upton has a legacy of famous Civil Rights leaders, politicians and musical entertainers. Notable residents of Upton include Thurgood Marshall, Furman Templeton, Judge Harry Cole and former Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke.

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