Two of Baltimore’s top developers have teamed up to continue efforts to redo the area surrounding historic Hollins Market. Scott Plank and Ernst Valery said Thursday they had formed a partnership to bring at least 12 new townhouses to the community by 2022. Plank’s War Horse Cities and the nonprofit War Horse Cities CDC have teamed up with Valery’s newly-formed Aequo Fund and local management firm Corus Property Intelligence for the project.
Prominent Baltimore developers team up for Hollins-Roundhouse project
July 6, 2021