Towers at Harbor Court

About Towers at Harbor Court


Completed in 1987, The Towers at Harbor Court Condominium was the first condominium high-rise to be built along Baltimore’s revitalized Inner Harbor. This distinctive, luxury 28 story residence is close to hundreds of Inner Harbor and downtown attractions and restaurants, the Central Business District, world class medical facilities, and all major modes/routes of transportation. With spacious units having a variety of floorplans and spectacular water and city views, this is the ultimate in urban condominium living. Each unit has, at least, one deeded parking space and one deeded storage area. An attentive staff, which includes door attendants, desk personnel, housekeepers and maintenance workers, is committed to enhancing the comfort and security of the residents and the reputation of the property. The close proximity of the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Hotel allows residents to join and use their spacious and fully equipped Heath Club and to enjoy the dining and lounge facilities at discounted prices.

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10 Lee St E, Baltimore, MD 21202

  • Year Built1987
  • Floors28
  • Height356 ft
  • Building Type High-Rise
  • Ownership Condo

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