Wilmington offers the ideal mix of vibrant urban living with quiet family-friendly neighborhoods. Those moving to Wilmington can choose from modern downtown apartments to brick colonials, colorful row homes, and tree lined neighborhoods with local parks. 

Wilmington is a lively east coast city with the friendliness of a smaller community. Young professionals love that they can make a difference here and families appreciate the good schools and how easy it is to get around. Simultaneously, housing is more affordable than the national average, making it easy to purchase a first home, get more space for the family or downsize for retirement. 

Riverfront Housing

aeiral housing imageWilmington offers residents the opportunity to enjoy riverfront living in modern condos and apartments. 

The Residences at Christina Landing is a 22-story luxury high rise offering spectacular views of the city and river. High-end amenities include a staff concierge, on-site theater, residents lounge, fitness center, and outdoor BBQ and picnic areas. 

The apartments at 101 Avenue of the Arts also feature high-end amenities, stylish finishes, and incredible views. A Multimedia Clubroom lounge, fitness club, library and car charging stations are also onsite. 

The Residences at Justison Landing offer luxury apartments with large closets and kitchen spaces, valet dry-cleaning services, a fitness center, concierge and pet-friendly units. 

These luxurious properties are attracting upwardly mobile professionals in search of high-end amenities and immediate access to some of the best shopping, dining and entertainment that Wilmington has to offer. 

Live in Downtown Wilmington 

downtown wilmingtonDowntown Wilmington is a historic neighborhood within the city of Wilmington, Delaware.

The neighborhood is safe, vibrant and offers a variety of housing options. “Our downtown is changing, and we see it from the street every day in the buzz of a fresh, young, professional, academic and artistic community. There's energy for innovation, restoration and reinvention in Downtown Wilmington alive in the new businesses, influx of fresh college students, residents and employees, and hot new happenings in arts, entertainment and culture.”

Quaker Hill Historic District 

Established during the first half of the 18th century, Quaker Hill is Wilmington’s oldest residential neighborhood. Consisting of over 100 contributing structures, its historical character and architectural diversity illustrates the history of Delaware’s largest city in three dimensions. At its center is Wilmington Friends Meeting, constructed in 1816. 

Baynard Boulevard Neighborhood

When the broad avenue north of Brandywine Creek was laid out in the late 1800s, it was known simply as "The Boulevard." Within the neighborhood there are numerous grand historic homes that capture the imagination. The Baynard Boulevard neighborhood has numerous two- and three-story single-family homes, and the area is often referred to as a "streetcar suburb," which gives hints to its former location by old streetcar lines. 

Hedgeville Neighborhood

The Hedgeville neighborhood has many available townhouses and is within quick distance to the Christina River, another waterfront area that residents enjoy.