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Hillen, Baltimore

Hillen is a small community just west of Hillen Road and Morgan State University and south of Coldspring Lane in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Demographics

According to the 2000 US Census, 2,670 people live in Hillen with 90.4% African-American and 6.6% White. The median household income is $50,417. 91.6% of the houses are occupied and 78.1% of them are occupied by the home's owner.[1]

Notable residents

History

Hillen Road is named for the Hillen Estate. The Hillen family included Colonel Solomon Hillen and Solomon Hillen, Jr., who served as a member of the United States Congress and mayor of Baltimore during the 1840s.[2]

Government Representation

Community State
District
Congressional
District
City Council
District
Hillen Road 43rd 7th 3rd, 14th
Representatives Anderson, Doory, McIntosh Cummings Curran, Clarke

References

Coordinates: 39°20′24″N 76°35′26″W / 39.34000°N 76.59056°W / 39.34000; -76.59056

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