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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2010) Traditional rowhouses on East Fort Avenue in Locust Point Locust Point —  urban neighborhood  — Country United States State Maryland City Baltimore Area[1]  - Total .175 sq mi (0.5 km2)  - Land .175 sq mi (0.5 km2) Population (2009)[1]  - Total 1,858  - Density 10,617.1/sq mi (4,099.3/km2) Time zone Eastern (UTC-5)  - Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4) ZIP code 21230 Area code 410 and 443 Locust Point is a peninsular neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. Located in South Baltimore, the neighborhood is entirely surrounded by the Locust Point Industrial Area; the traditional boundaries are Lawrence street to the west and the Patapsco River to the north, south, and east. It once served as a center of Baltimore's Polish-American, Irish-American and Italian-American communities; in more recent years Locust Point has seen gradual gentrification with the rehabilitation of Tide Point and Silo Point. The neighborhood is also noted as being the home to Fort McHenry. Contents 1 History 2 Industry 3 Community 4 References 5 External links History This section requires expansion. When Fort McHenry halted the attempted invasion of Baltimore's harbor by British warships in 1814, it was located on a grassy peninsula used for pasture. The grassy peninsula had been known as Whetstone Point, the name of a park in London, since it was established as a port of entry by the Maryland Colonial Assembly in 1706. Whetstone Point was anexed by Baltimore in 1816. The peninsula was renamed Locust Point in 1846, for the locust trees growing on the peninsula.[2][3] Many of the streets built here during the later half of the 19th century bear the names of local heroes from the War of 1812.[3] The oldest buildings are circa 1840-1850, two-story houses on Cuba, Clement and Towson Streets.[2] Industry Sporting wear firm Under Armour makes its home in Tide Point, a historic waterfront rehab by Struever Brothers Eccles & Rouse located at the end of Hull Street, along with When it was completed in 2002, this former soap factory turned Class A office space was the first major redevelopment in the neighborhood in decades. Today investors and developers have shown strong interest in the continued revitilization of one of Baltimore's most charming neighborhoods. There are two marine terminals of the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore located within the neighborhood, as well as the massive Domino sugar factory, a reminder that the industrial use of the Baltimore Harbor is still a very important component of the local economy. Community Locust Point is located in Baltimore City's 10th District, with the current district representative Edward Reisinger. Locust Point is part of Maryland's 46th Legislative and State Senate District, with the current state senator Bill Ferguson (politician) and current delegates Peter A. Hammen, Carolyn J. Krysiak and Brian K. McHale. Locust Point is located in Maryland's 3rd congressional district, with John P. Sarbanes, the current congressman. Locust Point is home to the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Fort McHenry and Latrobe Park. The neighboorhood's restaurants and bars include City Limits Sports Bar, The Himalayan House, Hull Street Blues Cafe, J. Patrick's Irish Pub, L.P. Steamers, Rallo's Restaurant, The Wine Market, Pazza Luna, and Miguel's Cocina y Cantina. Also located in Locust Point are the Locust Point Recreation Center, a Baltimore Water Taxi stop, South Locust Point Cruise Terminal, SoBo Doggie Daycare and Spa and Francis Scott Key Elementary and Middle Grades School. References ^ a b "Locust Point neighborhood in Baltimore". Retrieved April 11,2011.  ^ a b Scott Sheads (2006). "Locust Point - Celebrating 300 Years of a Historic Community" Locust Point Civic Association. Retrieved 2010-12-22. ^ a b Brennen Jensen (November 12, 2003). "The Last Neighborhood". Baltimore City Paper. 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