Lantern lights. Vintage lamp posts. Art Deco architecture. Edgewater is a world unto itself. The Bryn Mawr Historic District is the neighborhood jewel—a charming reminder of the city’s 1920s heyday. With its cultural influences, you’re bound to find some delicious international fare. But the signature attractions are its antique shops and more than 15 unique theater companies.
Hollywood Osterman and Foster Avenue Beaches
Charm on steroids
Lively Storytelling and energetic performances
Home to citywide sports leagues, a trapeze school, and more
Great for brunch
Go for the burgers, stay for the patio
The Korean chicken wings will change your life
DAY IN THE LIFE.
Do as the locals do…
Grab a breakfast sandwich at Sauce and Bread Kitchen
Search for your next treasure at Edgewater Antique Mall
Sip a cocktail at critic’s darling Income Tax
Feast on Ethiopian at Ras Dashen
Take in a first-rate revival of a 20th Century American Classic at Raven Theater
WHAT OUR RESIDENTS
& AGENTS LOVE.
“Sit outside and enjoy the delicious comfort food. Oh, and the beer! Great beer selection. We love eating here late night.”
“A nice place to visit and enjoy the beach without the large crowds. A locals-only type vibe you will love!”
“Best Ethiopian food in town! Amazing rich flavors and great options for vegans. Weekly live music keeps us coming back a few times a month.”
“You feel like family at Nookies. Breakfast served daily and the service is outstanding.”
Broadway Place is a GREAT place to live in! The people, who are responsible for the place, are super Nice and Friendly. The place is always clean and quiet. The cost of living in Broadway is reasonable. They have the best location. I love this place. It feels good to call it home! :)- Khalid A.