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Take a Look Inside The Hall in College Park

War Horse Cities Founder and CEO, Scott Plank, was featured on NBC Washington’s The Scene with anchor Tommy McFly to talk about The Hall CP. The segment showcases The Hall CP’s offerings and the inspiration behind the innovative space. The Hall is a collaborative place for students and Prince George’s County community members to eat, hang…

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The Hall CP, a New Arts and Entertainment Venue at the University of Maryland, Opens in College Park

UMD alumnus and developer Scott Plank’s new concept — more than 20,000 square feet — soft opens January 7 in the Discovery District, the university’s innovation gateway and research park College Park, Md. (January 6, 2020) — The Hall CP (4656 Hotel Drive), the new food hall and music venue from War Horse Cities CEO,…

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Scott Plank, Founder of War Horse Cities Invests in Levin Eyecare

BALTIMORE (Oct. 24, 2019) – Levin Eyecare and War Horse Cities today announced an innovative partnership that will leverage the companies’ respective specialties to expand access to world-class eyecare while providing an unmatched patient experience and exceptional workplace environment. The agreement is designed to increase the practice’s network of office locations at the same time it…

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WAR HORSE TO CONVERT FORMER MONTGOMERY WARD BUILDING IN HOLLINS MARKET INTO OFFICES

Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities is continuing its investment in Hollins Market as it will take on the redevelopment of a 46,710 sq. ft. former Montgomery Ward shirt factory at 1020 W. Pratt St. The three-story brick building dating back to 1925 was also the former home to Baltimore Envelope Factory. Read the full story.

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Old city factory in Baltimore that will be converted to a tech space by Scott Plank of War Horse Cities.

Scott Plank’s War Horse converting old city factory to tech space

Scott Plank‘s War Horse Cities is redeveloping a vacant, former clothing factory near Hollins Market to office and tech space. The project at 1020 W. Pratt St. is expected to open next year. Plank does not own the building, but is leasing it with an option to buy. Read the full story.

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scott plank war horse cities reston national golf course

Reston National Golf Course sold to pair of Baltimore developers

Weller Development Co. and War Horse Cities, both of Baltimore, have closed on the 168-acre Sunrise Valley Drive property, Weller said in a statement. RN Golf LLC, a partnership of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Billy Casper Golf, was the seller. The LLC put the course on the market in 2017. War Horse is led by Scott Plank, the former Under Armour (NYSE:…

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Honoree: WeWork at UMD Discovery District

The 18,750-square-foot space now serves as an incubator of university entrepreneurship resources and private sector companies. The university leased the site, a former mechanical shop building, to developer Chesapeake Realty Partners and War Horse LLC, an investment company founded by former Under Armour executive Scott Plank. Chesapeake and War Horse landed the WeWork deal. Read the…

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Belvedere Square in North Baltimore hits the market

Belvedere Square, a popular shopping center and food market in North Baltimore, hit the market this week six years after developer Scott Plank invested millions to boost and rebrand the property. Read the full story.

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Boathouse space in Canton may get new restaurant

The restaurant is adjacent to the Tindeco Wharf apartments, a 238-unit residential development located in a former factory. It’s also near a marina, helipad and retail properties that developer Scott Plank purchased for $22.5 million in October 2017. Read the full story.

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Broadway Market’s North Half To Reopen This Month

A renewal of Cross Street Market by Caves Valley Partners is underway and it is expected to reopen later this year. Plans are also in motion to raise funds to redevelop Lexington Market and a redevelopment of Hollins Market in West Baltimore is also in the works by the city and developer Scott Plank. Read the full story.

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