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Glen Burnie

Glen Burnie, Maryland, is a census-designated place, unincorporated town, and suburb of Baltimore, Maryland. Its population was 67,639 at the 2010 census. The city is home to several colleges and universities, including Johns Hopkins University. There are many reasons to move to Glen Burnie, from the excellent schools to the many outdoor activities available in the area. More

Public transportation is convenient in Glen Burnie. The city is serviced by the Baltimore & Annapolis Trail and the MTA Route 14. The Baltimore & Annapolis Trail provides convenient access to downtown Baltimore, Cromwell, and Washington, D.C. The city's downtown was once home to the first covered mall in the nation. In fact, the Motor Vehicle Administration moved to Glen Burnie in 1961, and the city subsequently became home to several large shopping centers. The town's main street, Robert Crain Highway, is a thoroughfare through the city.

Per capita income in Glen Burnie is approximately $36,517, which is middle-class compared to the rest of Maryland and the US. That's enough to support a family of four. As with other areas of Maryland, the city has a mix of wealthy and poor people. Most residents identify as White, and report their race as White, African-American, or Black.

Because Glen Burnie is a suburb of Baltimore, there are many job opportunities for individuals to live and work in this community. Residents can easily commute to Baltimore City for work or recreation. There are also reasonable commute times to Washington, D.C. and Annapolis. In addition to job opportunities, there are many cultural activities and recreational opportunities to enjoy in Glen Burnie.

The climate in Glen Burnie is humid subtropical, with hot, humid summers and cool winters. The Baltimore-Washington International Airport is nearby and provides convenient access to international flights as well as domestic flights. This is an ideal area for families and children to raise a family. However, the city is not without crime.

Glen Burnie is located in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, about 10 miles south of Baltimore. It is a popular tourist destination and bedroom community to the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan areas. Its population is approximately 73,000, with 14% of the population 65 years and older. Seniors who are increasingly unable to live independently may want to consider assisted living options.

The real estate market in Glen Burnie is affordable and varied. A large variety of cottage, ranch, and single-family homes are available in the town, as are many newer developments. Residents can also enjoy convenient shopping and waterfront activities at Marley Station Mall. A number of local restaurants are also available in Glen Burnie. This article

The cost of assisted living in Glen Burnie, Maryland, is slightly higher than the national average, at $4,300 per month. Genworth's Cost of Care Survey 2020 compares Glen Burnie with nearby cities. For instance, Bethesda, Baltimore, and Salisbury have higher costs than Glen Burnie. However, Hagerstown and Cumberland are less expensive than Glen Burnie.

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