Residences at Vantage Point in Columbia, Maryland, is part of a vibrant and storied town. Founded in June 1967 by James W. Rouse with the lofty goal of perfect urban planning, Columbia is equidistant between Baltimore and the District of Columbia, and only 20 minutes to Baltimore-Washington International Airport. The code name for the once-secret proposal to build the town of Columbia was Shangri-La. To read more about its origin visit www.preservationmaryland.org/columbia-story-tour-intro/.
Our progressive community within a community isn’t just in the heart of Columbia, Maryland. It’s part of a vital, growing city with perfect work-life-retirement balance in Howard County, ranked healthiest county in the state by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Learn more about what’s in store for Columbia at www.dtcpartnership.com.
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