At the beginning of World War II
, a series of housing communities near defense-related industries were built around the country. In Baltimore, one such community was primarily aimed at workers at the nearby Glenn L Martin aircraft plant. Aero Acres homes were built with Camesto (think sugarcane, asbestos, and cement composite), but the community thrives (very nicely) to this day. You are able to live on such streets as Fuselage Avenue, Dihedral Drive, Propeller Drive, Helicopter Drive, Cockpit Drive, Left Wing Street, Right Wing Street (the builder was fair and balanced), and Longeron Drive.
All, of course, are very easily accessed from Martin Boulevard.