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Under Armour’s eventual exit from Locust Point could put community garden in jeopardy

March 20, 2023

When Under Armour Inc. moves its headquarters to Port Covington, Locust Point will not only be losing its largest employer but it could also lose one of its only green spaces. The Locust Point Community Garden has existed on land owned by the Baltimore sportswear maker for the last five years. In that time, the property has transformed from an overgrown lot to a garden with more than 60 beds that is serviced by 100 local households.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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