Rodgers Forge is a neighborhood located in the unincorporated Towson area of Baltimore County, Maryland, just north of the Baltimore City/County line. It is mostly a residential area a small amount of commercial development. It is located just south of Towson University.
Rodgers Forge takes its name from the blacksmith shop of George Rodgers, built in 1800, that was once located on the southwest corner of York Road and Stevenson Lane. In 1934, developer James Keelty's company began developing the Rodgers Forge area, and over the next 22 years constructed 1,777 red brick rowhouses in the neighborhood. Today, about 7,000 people live in Rodgers Forge.
In 2004, Rodgers Forge gained international attention as the home of Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps.
Rodgers Forge real estate consists primarily of rowhouses, apartments, single family homes, and a new complex of luxury garaged townhomes. If the Rodgers Forge neighborhood sounds like an ideal locale for your dream home, whether it is one bedroom or six bedrooms, villa or a row house, apartment or condo, big or small, Ron Howard and Associates can help you exactly what you're looking for.
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