A senior home and community center burned in a dramatic three-alarm fire in Baltimore on Monday night. The 60-unit affordable housing project reportedly cost $16 million and was due to be completed in December. It was being sponsored by the Southern Baptist Church, according to a Baltimore Sun reporter on the scene. "This fire is going to spark a revival," the reverend said. The fire was so large that four firefighting units turned up to battle the blaze, which spread to nearby buildings. Baltimore Fire Department spokesman Samuel Johnson said there were 94 firefighters at the scene. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said the blaze is under investigation and it is unclear if it's related to the riots.