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War Horse Cities to open new Swim Club pool and nightspot on Canton waterfront

Developer Scott Plank of War Horse Cities stands outside Belvedere Square Market in north Baltimore, which War Horse owns.
Developer Scott Plank of War Horse Cities stands outside Belvedere Square Market in north Baltimore, which War Horse owns. (Jaclyn Borowski / Handout)

War Horse Cities said Tuesday that it will open a new swimming pool-based entertainment venue on the Canton waterfront that will serve as a private club during the day and a nightlife destination at night.

Swim Club will open Memorial Day on the site formerly known as the Baltimore Marine Center Pool at Lighthouse Point East.

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War Horse spent $500,000 on renovations to the site, which will offer a pool, cocktails and locally sourced food. It includes improvements to an adjacent restaurant previously known as Canners Row that is slated to open in July. It also will include a dog park.

A Baltimore developer has bought 15 entities along the city's Inner Harbor waterfront, including the Bo Brooks Restaurant, hundreds of boat slips and the Clinton Street heliport.

War Horse Cities, the developement company run by Scott Plank, brother of Under Armour founder Kevin Plank, bought the entire property from the Baltimore Marine Center last year. It also includes boat slips and retail and office space, a heliport and a maintenance area.

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War Horse also has been involved with the apartment building Anthem House, the retail center Belvedere Square and the Sagamore Pendry Hotel.

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