Smoking or non-smoking ... apartments?
Yes, that too. In some places.
Welcome to the latest no-smoking frontier: private homes. Smoke-free housing could become as common as no-pet policies.
Nationwide, more landlords are barring tenants from lighting up to reduce neighbors' exposure to secondhand smoke, joining a long list of cities, companies and hotels that have done the same. The Smokefree Apartment House Registry features about 300 listings nationally, up from 11 when it began in 2001.
The Smokefree Apartment House Registry doesn't seem to have any listings in Maryland, though I see a few in Pennsylvania and Virginia.