Roland Park Condominium
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About Roland Park Condominium

History & Architecture

Roland Park Condominium, formerly known as Roland Park Apartments, was designed by esteemed architect Edward L. Palmer, Jr. in 1925. It is an original design reminiscent of early French renaissance architecture and an important 20th century Beaux-Arts structure. The garage, also an historic building, was completed by Wyatt & Nolting in 1903 and originally termed “Roland Park Stables”. The Apartments were converted to Condominiums in 1980. The Condominium itself has five connected five-story buildings each with its private elevator and electronic security entrance. There are twenty individual floor plans within the building. Each floor plan has a unique architectural design and decorative charm that distinguishes it from similar units. Many apartments have sun porches and working fireplaces. Units have nine-foot ceilings with crown molding. Rooms are spacious rooms with chair rails and hardwood floors. Historic pantries were converted into galley style kitchens with modern appliances. A typical unit has a formal dining room, more than one bedroom and bathroom with ceramic tub, foyer, linen and bedroom closets, and large living room space. Each unit has at least one storage locker and one dedicated parking space.  Our unique and affordable building has been featured recently in the Real Estate section of The New York Times.

The Grounds at Roland Park Condominium

The gardens of Roland Park Condominium contain a variety of flowering trees and native plants that bloom from spring to fall. The property has two smaller fountains along the entrance way and a central fountain in the courtyard that recently underwent renovation. The arched entryway to Roland Park Condominium is directly across the street from historic Tulip path. Several apartments overlook the magnificent Country Club grounds and nearly all apartments have a courtyard view.

Our Residents

Residents of the Condominium span generations and diverse walks of life. The Condominium is home to teachers, lawyers, bankers, doctors, engineers, artists, administrators, journalists, community activists, small business owners, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and retirees. The building is predominantly owner occupied and there is a strong community sentiment. Owners enjoy the seclusion and privacy of the Condominium which is nestled modestly amongst the neighborhood homes.



View map of the Roland Park Historic District.
View map of the Footpaths of Roland Park.


Roland Park Condominium
6 Upland RoadBaltimore, MD 21210
PH: 410-889-2600
FAX: 443-759-5123

Management Company

Wallace H. Campbell & Company
6212 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
PH: 410-435-4600
FAX: 410-323-5554

After-hours Emergency Service