Hanlon Longwood, Baltimore
|— neighborhood statistical area —|
|• Total||.537 sq mi (1.39 km2)|
|• Land||.537 sq mi (1.39 km2)|
|• Density||4,900/sq mi ( 1,900/km2)|
|Time zone||Eastern (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
|Area code||410 and 443|
Hanlon Longwood is a neighborhood in the Northwest District of Baltimore, located between the neighborhoods of Garwyn Oaks (west) and Burleigh-Leighton (east). Its boundaries are drawn by North Dukeland Street (east), Garrison Boulevard (west) and Gwynns Falls Parkway (south). The neighborhood's north boundary is marked by North Longwood Street, North Hilton Street and Liberty Heights Avenue.
Hanlon Longwood is a predominantly black neighborhood, with a population estimated at 2,608 in 2009. At $43,466 in 2009, the neighborhood's median household income was high than the city median of $38,772. However, the average price of a single family home was $234,837, compared with the city-wide average of $274,562. Families living below the poverty line in 2009 comprised 22.3 percent of the population in Hanlon Longwood, compared with the city-wide average of 22.9 percent.
Hanlon Park dominates the eastern side of the neighborhood.
Lake Ashburton, a 25 acre reservoir inside Hanlon Park, was created in 1910 with the construction of Lake Ashburton Dam along Gwynns Run River. The lake is part of a system of reservoirs serving the water filtration system of the Baltimore metropolitan area.
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