BALTIMORE, MD--(Marketwired - Sep 16, 2013) - A quiet revival has begun taking hold in Baltimore's Brewers Hill neighborhood. Storefronts, restaurants and luxury apartments for rent in Baltimore are now opening in this once-industrial area. The Hanover Company is among the pioneers leading the charge around the iconic old National Brewery.

The Apartments near Baltimore's Inner Harbor are a key cog to this renaissance. Local economists and officials note that a higher density of residents is necessary to support new restaurants and stores. The turnaround is spilling over to other neighborhoods such as Canton, Fells Point and Federal Hill. The Baltimore Sun has heralded the area as one of the most exciting developments in Baltimore.

"We are excited to help lead this transformation. This is an excellent example of how Brewers Hill and Canton are both growing and vibrant," says Micah Hart, regional manager for The Hanover Company, which manages the Hanover Brewers Hill luxury apartments. "The increasing interest in the area is remarkable as more and more Baltimore residents recognize the cultural and economic contributions of Brewers Hill to Baltimore's Inner Harbor."

A unique development in the area, the Hanover Brewers Hill apartments offer convenient access to popular destinations such as Camden Yards, the Inner Harbor Ravens Stadium, Johns Hopkins Bayview, University of Maryland Medical Center and more. The area boasts some of the most-loved eateries in Baltimore and is being acknowledged in local publications as the next place to be.

For more information on the community and living at the Hanover Brewers Hill apartments, visit the Baltimore Luxury Apartments website.

About Hanover Brewers Hill
A development of new apartments near Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Hanover Brewers Hill is a new property opened in 2013. The luxury apartments in Baltimore are managed by The Hanover Company. The Hanover Company is one of the most active private real estate in the United States. Hanover's luxury developments include nearly 38,000 units and 7.5 billion dollars in project costs.

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