When you live, work, and play at the Residences, you truly do hold the key to the East Coast and all of its many attractions. This is because your Wilmington waterfront abode is connected to so many major cities!


Extending outward from your balcony sits the lovely City of Philadelphia, the businesses of bustling downtown Wilmington, the beaches and casinos of neighboring New Jersey and, of course, the awe inspiring Maryland metropolitan city of Annapolis.


Dock Street Annapolis

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Annapolis has been dubbed “a museum without walls” in honor of its rich history. A daytrip to Annapolis can be whatever you want it to be. The city brims with romance, culture, heritage, innovation and nautical adventure. From your home off the Christina River to a vacation along the Chesapeake Bay, you always have the opportunity to sail away for the day to enchanting Annapolis, MD.


Adventurous Day-Trippers: Prepare to Brave the Sparkling Seas

The shores of Arundel County overflow for 533 miles. Nautical adventurists can catch an Annapolis water taxi through the harbor or take a waterfront tour to the majestic Thomas Shoal Lighthouse. Fishing, paddling, kayaking and windsurfing are all part of the aquatic landscape in local Annapolis, Md. Live, Work, Play residents with young children can bring the little ones onboard for a pirate adventure, complete with mysterious hidden treasures and an authentic pirate ship replica.


Romantic Escapades

Blossoming romance is easy to find when this sparkling city’s aglow. Invite your sweetheart to taste the wine at one of Annapolis’s many exotic vineyards. Later that evening, you can sweep your sweetie off their feet by purchasing seats for a showing of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, debuting at the Ballet Theatre of Maryland on October 25th. If love is in the air, Annapolis is a great place to head to the chapel or plan a watermark wedding on the bay.


Historic Locations

Catch a downtown haunting on ancient grounds by sightseeing in historic Annapolis this Halloween. By lantern, historic buildings and burial grounds send chills out into the night. By daylight, the William Paca House and Garden shines with its tribute to colonial America where all in attendance receive a guided tour of Declaration of Independence signer William Paca’s 18th century home. The freedom bound exhibit currently on display on the second and third floors of the Annapolis Historic Museum gives a detailed account of the runaway railroad and the century long struggle to end slavery that so many of America’s brave ancestors endured.


From the Christina River to the Chesapeake Bay, from the city of Brotherly Love to the nation’s first state, find your east coast connection by contacting us in the Live, Work, Play community.


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