Scott Plank’s War Horse offers first glimpse of new Hollins Market

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 nonprofit arm of developer Scott Plank's War Horse Cities. War Horse's preliminary timetable is to reopen the upgraded market in…

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