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Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities plans to redevelop Hollins Market site at the center of future Sowebo festivals, giving the space a modern design with community areas for movies, concerts and a farmer’s market. Read the full storyRead More
Scott Plank‘s War Horse Cities LLC, which acquired a swath of the nearby waterfront for more than $22.5 million, is promoting the opening of an urban resort that promises luxe private cabanas and a carefully curated menu, all against the backdrop of the glittering waterfront. Read the full storyRead More
The Business Journals’ Influencers: Commercial Real Estate spotlights 100 executives who are influencing real estate and development in their respective communities around the country. This year, Scott Plank, CEO of War Horse Cities was named to the list. See the full listRead More
Coming to Bethesda, Maryland on April 26, the Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Mid-Atlantic 2018 will bring together developers, investors, owners and operators who seek market intelligence, new opportunities and new business relationships in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland and the surrounding areas. Now in its 7th successful year, Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Forum: Mid-Atlantic 2018…Read More
Scott Plank’s War Horse Cities is planning a three- to five-year, multi-phase housing development in Hollins Market called Hollins Square Homes. War Horse is now rolling out Phase One which will include 11 new-construction townhomes and five renovated rowhomes. All of the homes in Hollins Square Homes are within a block of the Hollins Market.…Read More
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The first glimpse of the redeveloped Hollins Market was revealed Wednesday and it showed a bright, modern design that has new community space outdoors for movies, concerts and even a farmers market. The designs were presented during a community meeting in Southwest Baltimore’s Poppleton neighborhood by representatives of War Horse Cities Community Development Corp., the…Read More
Scott Plank of Warhorse Development has bet a lot of chips on the Southwest with his agreement with Baltimore City to operate the Hollins Market for 15 years and with his investments in the surrounding area. Scott Plank is on the long journey of building trust in disenfranchised communities. Last year he finished the remodeling of…Read More
War Horse Cities made its way to San Francisco as an early WeWork investor helping the company launch its Tenderloin location. This evolved into us purchasing a vacant billiards building at 1028 Market that eventually transformed into The Hall – San Francisco’s first community pop-up food hall. Since opening The Hall in 2014, we have…Read More