Plank's War Horse Cities Developing Hollins Market Space (BBJ Story)
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, said Amy Larkin, a War Horse spokeswoman, on Thursday. The three-story, 43,371-square-foot industrial space was built in 1925 and once housed a Montgomery Wards shirt factory and later the Baltimore Envelope Factory. The redevelopment is part of an ongoing push by Plank to upgrade parts of Southwest Baltimore.