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39 West Lexington

39 W Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 21201 (Downtown) See your commute times
  • Studio - 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 - 2 full Bathrooms
  • Apartment

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Completed in 1916, the headquarters building of the Baltimore Gas & Electric Company has been carefully preserved and restored under the supervision of the National Park Service and to the standards established by the National Register of Historic Places. Its 22 stories rise in majestic neoclassical style, capped by large, arched windows on the top two floors. At the fourth floor, the facade is graced by allegorical figures representing Knowledge, Light, Heat, and Power. All of this history and style combines to create the perfect luxury Baltimore apartment homes.
Samuel Coleridge-taylor Elementary School
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Features – 39 West Lexington*
  • Fitness Center
  • Elevator
  • Business Center
Pets Allowed: Cats, Small dogs, Large dogs
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3 Floorplans and Pricing
Name Beds Baths Sqft Rent (per month) Availability
Studio (1 Floorplan)
Studio 1Bathroom 0 bd 1 ba 509 sqft $1,390 - $1,440 1 Available Now
Unit 1-1505 0 bd 1 ba 509 sqft $1440 Available Now
1 Bedroom (1 Floorplan)
1Bedroom 1Bathroom 1 bd 1 ba 611 sqft $1,515 - $1,880 2 Available Now
Unit 1-0104 1 bd 1 ba 611 sqft $1515 Available Now
Unit 1-1208 1 bd 1 ba 611 sqft $1685 Available Now
2 Bedrooms (1 Floorplan)
2Bedroom 2Bathroom 2 bd 2 ba 882 sqft $1,885 - $2,100 Ask for availability

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