These are the larger properties with amenities but Mount version also has some smaller condo buildings.
1 East Chase Street | 13-story historic property, built in 1903
The Belvedere is the counterpart to Harbor East’s modern generic style: an ornate Beaux Arts landmark, rich with American history and Baltimore stories. But its also an old building without the modern engineering and amenities you’ll find in most of the city’s condos. Be prepared for at least the same challenges you’d find in owning a hundred-year-old rowhouse. There are no washer/dryers in the units, but the building has two pairs on each floor. The gorgeous lobby and ballrooms are owned by Truffles Catering, and are in constant use for wedding receptions. The Belvedere offers 24 hour front desk service, and a nearby privately-run parking garage. It’s also home to two well-regarded bars: the Owl Bar and the 13th Floor, which was completely renovated in 2012.
Twelve09 N Charles
1209 N Charles Street | 5-story property, built in 2009
Twelve09 is technically north of Mt. Vernon in the small Mid-Town, but the neighborhoods blend together as both grow along Charles Street. Just a block north of the Belvedere, this is a modern structure, designed to blend nicely with its historic neighbors and the University of Baltimore. Like those neighbors, the ground floor is retail, and currently includes a Subway, Chipotle, and Suntrust Bank. Charles Street is one of Baltimore’s major access roads (including for emergency vehicles), so be prepared for a regular stream of activity outside. Residents get a fitness center and secure parking garage, but guests will need to park in public areas.
St. Paul at Chase
1101 St. Paul Street | 23-story property, built in the 1960s
This older high-rise offers a 3-level underground garage, a doorman, 24-hr front desk staff. There are no washer/dryers in each unit, but the building has laundry rooms.
Ten14 N Charles
1014-1018 N. Charles Street | 3-story property, created in 2008
These condos were created by joining three historic rowhouses from 1906. Lots of environmentally friendly ideas here, including new bamboo floors or original wood, no-VOC paint, and countertops of recycled material. The building includes a small retail gym on the first floor.