Residents of Maryland apartments generally enjoy hot and humid summers and short mild winters depending on their location in the state. Residents in the higher elevations will experience mild summers and cool, snowy winters.
Students attending one of many public, private, and community colleges and universities can situate themselves either on or near campus by renting a Maryland apartment.
To enjoy a big city lifestyle, rent a Maryland apartment in Baltimore, the state's largest city with an estimated population of 637,418 as of 2009. Baltimore is joined closely with our nation's capital, Washington D.C., and has an estimated metropolitan population of 2,690,886 as of 2009.
Sports fans living in a Maryland apartment in Baltimore can enjoy a day at the ballpark watching the Baltimore Orioles or a night at M&T Bank Stadium watching the Baltimore Ravens.
For a small town lifestyle, rent a Maryland apartment in Annapolis, the state's capital with an estimated population of 36,524 as of 2008. Annapolis is home to a large culture scene including a popular community theatre scene and many museums, historic sites, and monuments for locals to enjoy.