BALTIMORE (AP) — A transportation building and garage in Baltimore has become an $8 million center for the homeless.

The facility, called the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Housing and Resource Center, will provide temporary housing and services.

Clients will begin moving into the 275-bed center July 5.

The building formerly housed trolley cars.

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