There's a new community center in Baltimore and it's helping people get a hands on learning experience.
The 30,000 square foot facility will serve neighboring families with different opportunities for wellness, workforce development, and even entrepreneurship to help with the community needs.
It's about changing lives and bringing learning to life.
"This is what happens when you put great things in that big bucket and one person decides to drop a stone in and you realize what happens when the rest of the community gets together and makes things happen," Kevin Plank, the founder of Under Armour, said.
Plank along with the Living Classrooms Foundation opened a new renovated space that caters to athletes, scholars, and everyone in between.
"This is the beginning of a legacy. This is groundbreaking because we've already broke ground," Ray Lewis, the Baltimore Ravens legendary linebacker, said.
The east Baltimore 'UA House at Fayette' is a place that director Travis Street says will bring new energy into the neighborhood.
"This is the heartbeat of that. This is that hope, that beacon of light that brings the community together," Street said.
The space includes a covered field house, an entrepreneurship lab, a music studio, even a neighborhood kitchen -- all to inspire the next generation.