Private apartments in Baltimore





Discover Your Dream Home in Baltimore

Looking for affordable housing opportunities? For attainable, community-oriented housing in the Baltimore area, look no further than Noah’s 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments in comfortable Glen Oaks. When it comes to affordable housing, Baltimore City is in increasing demand with limited supply, which is why we’re committed to resident-first affordable units for essential workers, middle-income earners, low-income families, and everyone in between.

What are Ark Communities?

Featuring convenient amenities like on-site laundry, renovated kitchens, and a private playground, our income-based Baltimore apartments are the result of a Noah Living and Ark Communities collaboration dedicated to family-friendly workforce rental units or housing in thoughtful rental communities. Just a stone’s throw away from downtown Baltimore, our Glen Oaks homes are near attractive schools, hospitals, parks, and grocery stores, perfect for nurses, teachers, and young professionals alike.

Homes available in Baltimore

Our Baltimore apartments are located at Noah at Yorkewood, a high-quality yet affordable rental community in Glen Oaks. Choose between private apartments or rental units with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms, all equipped with amenities like laundry rooms and on-site parking. Yorkewood was designed at the intersection of comfort and value, focusing on working-class residents who earn 80% or below the AMI.

Frequently asked questions

What is Baltimore known for?

Baltimore is a mid-sized seaport city known for its rich history, diverse culture, and arts scene. Neighboring Washington, D.C., on the Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore City has a relatively lower cost of living while still being jam-packed with museums, cultural institutions, historical monuments, and more. Known affectionately as “Charm City,” Baltimore is full of hidden gems while still maintaining a down-to-earth feel.

What is public transportation like in Baltimore?

In addition to being a highly walkable city, Baltimore is home to many convenient public transportation options. Using public transit is affordable, reliable, and environmentally friendly. The Charm City Circulator is the city’s free bus system, connecting riders across four lines and 24 shuttles across downtown Baltimore. This eco-friendly option is great for commuters, students, tourists, or anyone looking to see the sights of Baltimore. More than 60 other routes are available through the MTA bus service that connects a range of suburbs to the city center. For rail service, Baltimore operates the Metro SubwayLink, a rapid transit line; MARC, a high-speed commuter rail; and the above-ground Light Rail. It is also easy to rent electric scooters and bikes to quickly bop around town. You can even catch a water taxi to access coastal neighborhoods along with some beautiful views. Our Baltimore housing is only a 20-minute drive from downtown, with various bus and rail connections.

What are some fun things to do in Baltimore?

Tourists and locals alike enjoy the countless attractions that this coastal hub has to offer. History buffs can spend their free time exploring forts and monuments across the city, while art aficionados will delight in the Baltimore Museum of Art, featuring the largest collection of Henri Mattise works in the world. Foodies will love the top-notch seafood scene and can’t miss out on one of Baltimore’s crab shacks, serving up iconic Maryland blue crab. With a mix of different cultures and neighborhoods, there’s always something new to discover.

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Learn More About Affordable Housing In Baltimore

Noah’s community-focused and hassle-free rental housing at Yorkewood lets residents save money and spend more time doing what they love. Explore more perks of our Baltimore apartments on our blog.