Getting Here

Harbor East is easily accessed by car, bus, bike and even boat (naturally). Check out some of the unique ways of getting here using alternative transportation.


Baltimore Water Taxi

Take advantage of one of Baltimore’s greatest assets – the Harbor – on the Baltimore Water Taxi. Harbor East is stop #7 along the route, providing easy access to such attractions as the National Aquarium and the American Visionary Art Museum. View the Baltimore Water Taxi site for schedules and information.

Charm City Circulator

Servicing residents, downtown employees, students and tourists alike, the Charm City Circulator is fast, friendly, FREE (and green!). There are over 10 stops along the orange, green and Harbor Connector lines that route through Harbor East. View the Charm City Circulator site for schedules and information.




Your weekend getaway has just expanded beyond a twelve block radius! Get 24/7 access to Zipcars parked right in Harbor East! Simply reserve online, let yourself in with your Zipcard and drive. Members have access to thousands of Zipcars in a bunch of cities. No matter where you drive, gas and insurance are always included in the low hourly and daily rates. Join at


Harbor East provides ample bike racks both on-street and within our garages, exceeding LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards. Whether commuting in for the work day or exploring the neighborhood in your down time, biking is an easy and inexpensive way to get here.


Harbor East is situated along the Waterfront Promenade, an 8-mile paved walkway that hugs the waterline of the harbor from Fort McHenry to Canton’s Waterfront Park. With its wide sidewalks, outdoor cafes, and array of shops and restaurants within blocks, Harbor East is the ideal place to stroll. View a walking map of the Promenade here.

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Harbor East

650 S. Eeter Street, Suite 200 Baltimore, Maryland 21202


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