Scott Plank Plans to Develop Arts, Coworking Spaces at University of Maryland

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university-of-Maryland-onlineKevin Plank is a major reason the University of Maryland’s sports program are thriving. Now, his brother Scott Plank is looking to bring his development know-how earned during Baltimore projects like Belvedere Square Market to College Park.

According to Washington Business Journal, Scott Plank’s War Horse is proposing a pair of projects at the flagship campus. Under one plan, a former auto maintenance shop would be transformed into an arts and culture space. A second project has War Horse partnering to create a coworking space in the university’s innovation district.

Under the proposals, War Horse would lease property from the university.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Technical.ly Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.


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