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Discover Old Goucher

Baltimore is known for preserving its rich diversity of ethnicity, culture and history. Each neighborhood has its charm, and Old Goucher is one of Baltimore’s most notable. Explore it!

The Old Goucher neighborhood is a vibrant and diverse community located in the geographic heart of Baltimore, Maryland. Situated around North Charles and St. Paul Streets, the main north-south corridors in the city, and just north of North Avenue, one of the main east-west corridors, the neighborhood is in the center of the city and is surrounded by rapidly redeveloping and expanding communities.

A NEIGHBORHOOD THAT’S HAPPENING

Starting with the historic renovation of a notable Baltimore icon, Astor Court succeeds in its blend of modern comfort and architectural design. A place where Baltimore’s educational heritage meets, and welcomes, today’s innovative educators.

Old Goucher

Historically, Old Goucher has been identified and strengthened by a strong social and educational legacy and includes the nationally renowned architecture at Lovely Lane Church, the former campus of Goucher College. Today, that tradition continues with nearby Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Institute College of Arts and the Board of Education headquarters.

The neighborhood

Its a new incarnation of the Old Goucher neighborhood. Originally middle class brownstones and a college campus, gradually shifted to a mostly office and retail area. This decade the trend has reversed, with hundreds of residential units coming on line in its historic buildings. Residents love the area’s central location, transportation links, and mix of retail services. Excellent walk score of 94.

Culturally rich

Nearby arts and entertainment venues, including Station North Arts District, the first state-designated arts and entertainment district and national model. Baltimore Museum of Art, Charles Theatre, community theaters, restaurants, retail stores and beautiful green spaces abound. Open Walls mural program and festivals like Artscape, make Old Goucher a socially engaged and happening community.

A PEEK AT THE ‘HOOD

RESIDENTS ARE SAYING