Situated in northern Maryland on the Patapsco River estuary above Chesapeake Bay is the largest city in the state. Today, Baltimore has around 620,000 residents and has a metro area around 2.7 million people and is a commercial and industrial hub. Its leading exports include coal, grain, iron, steel, an d copper. Shipbuilding remains a top industry, as are sugar and food processing, oil refining, biotechnology and chemicals. Baltimore is a center for scientific research, with facilities at Johns Hopkins Hospital and University of Maryland Hospital. Tourism is a rising industry.

Baltimore has an energetic nightlife, ranking #2 (with Washington) among Forbes Magazine's list of the Top Cities for Singles. The "SoWeBo" area, much like New York City's SoHo, is a funky, bohemian district popular with artists and free thinkers. Fells Point, one of the city's oldest and ethnically-varied neighborhoods, is now a revitalized hotspot loaded with shops, restaurants, bars and clubs. And, of course, Baltimore has some of the best seafood (especially crabs and crab cakes) in the country.

Fortune 500 Companies: Constellation Energy

Major Employers: T. Rowe Price, McCormick & Company, RG Steel, John Hopkins University Hospital

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