1801 E. Oliver St., a blighted city-owned property in East Baltimore is being reimagined as a major component of the Baltimore Food Hub, a community farming and entrepreneurship project. The site will include several greenhouses and a commercial kitchen.
The Food Hub will supply Baltimore restaurateurs and food truck operators with locally grown food. And it also promises to be a small oasis in the East Baltimore food desert by hosting a farmer’s market and a community kitchen.
And the land deal and construction project will generate $3 million in revenue for the city. And it will create 100 permanent jobs. And it shd look nice from the train tracks.