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Berea, Baltimore

neighborhood statistical area

Coordinates: 39°18′31″N 76°34′41″W / 39.308501°N 76.578076°W / 39.308501; -76.578076Coordinates: 39°18′31″N 76°34′41″W / 39.308501°N 76.578076°W / 39.308501; -76.578076

Country United States
State Maryland
City Baltimore
 • Total 0.439 sq mi (1.14 km2)
 • Land 0.439 sq mi (1.14 km2)
Population (2009)[1]
 • Total 4,597
 • Density 10,000/sq mi (4,000/km2)
Time zone Eastern (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
ZIP code 21213
Area code 410 and 443

Berea is a neighborhood in the East District of Baltimore. Its boundaries are the south side of Sinclair Lane, the east side of Milton Avenue, the west side of Edison Highway, and the north side of Biddle Street. Berea lies between the neighborhoods of Broadway East (west) and Orangeville (east), north of the Biddle Street neighborhood and south of Four By Four.[2][1]

Though the area was once considered middle-class, it has in the last century experienced economic depression, housing abandonment, crime, and racial rioting. Its residents are largely lower income African Americans. A filming location for The Wire (TV series), a Baltimore based HBO drama, Berea is a neighborhood where Bloods gang members are concentrated.[3]

External links

  • Baltimore '68: Riots and Rebirth Overview. Langsdale Library Special Collections. University of Baltimore.


See also

List of Baltimore neighborhoods

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