This is the story if one of the rescued buildings from abandonment.
Built in 1887 the five story building was a part of five-acre brewery complex.
Once a landmark in East Baltimore, prohibition fored the American Brewery to shut down in 1920.
over the next few decades, the building deteriorated and even served as a backdrop in HBO’s The Wire.
After $22million of renovations in 2009 Humanim Inc., a nonprofit social services provider, moved in.
Due to its central location and architectural quality, the building encourages future community and economic development in the area, according to The Baltimore Sun.