This article is sponsored by Maryland Injury Guys, the personal injury attorneys of O'Donnell Heights. We encourage you to learn more about O'Donnell Heights and explore this neighborhood.
O'Donnell Heights is a public housing development in the southeastern part of Baltimore City, Maryland. The neighborhood was built during World War II to house factory workers and consisted of 900 units. Operated by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City, the community was modernized in 1983. Now, the area comprises mix-income housings, some of which are privately owned and rented rowhouses, or townhouses. Read more about the community of Edgemere, located close by with a historic park.
As of 2019, the population of O'Donnell Heights is 1,246 people. There is a population density of 7,833 people per square mile. The majority of the residents in the area are African Americans. The ethnic makeup of O'Donnell Heights is:
For households residing in O'Donnell Heights, their average income for 2019 was $38,520.
Schools in the O'Donnell Heights area are all part of the Baltimore City Public Schools System. Families with children in O'Donnell Heights are zoned for the following schools.
Located in the Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center, just off of O'Donnell St., is the Baltimore Comedy Factory. As the only comedy club in Baltimore City, this newly renovated 500-seat theatre features many famous comedians. Some of the headlining comedians are DL Hughley, J.B. Smoove, Earthquake, Marlon Wayans and Will E. The Baltimore Comedy Factory also serves food and drinks like the following:
Contact our O'Donnell Heights personal injury lawyers if you or someone you love has suffered from any personal injuries, i.e., car injuries or work injuries. We want to help you secure the compensation you deserve. Call our office to learn more today.
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