Scott Plank is extremely selective with his private equity investments. He is focused exclusively on the mission of the company, the potential social and economic impact of the industry, a personal relationship with the founder and executive team, and mutually shared values of building economically, environmentally, and socially sustainable businesses. Scott leverages his many experiences in business combined with innovative technology to help grow business' demand and reach.


Lifetime Angel Investments


War Horse Cities

War Horse Cities was born out of Scott’s vision for strengthening communities, connecting people and enacting positive change. The team at real estate development and…

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Under Armour

Scott’s brother, Kevin Plank, started making stretchy t-shirts for his football teammates at the University of Maryland in 1996. Scott’s years of experience working in…

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WeWork opened its first location in the Meatpacking district in 2011, with the mission to provide creative co-working spaces for entrepreneurs, small business owners and…

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Transportation of organs by Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) not only drastically cuts down on transport time, but meets the need of on-demand organ access while…

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Lift Aircraft

Lift Aircraft

Scott was introduced to the Lift Aircraft concept in 2019 and was immediately on board. Lift was created to bring the incredible experience and thrill…

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AlarisPro Unmanned Systems

A partner of MissionGO, Alaris is a Maryland-based startup founded in 2014 and staffed by law enforcement and aviation professionals which provides training, support and…

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MediGO uses real-time monitoring of organ transportation including location, temperature and other environmental factors that impact logistics. It also transmits customizable notifications directly to transplant…

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Levin Eye Care

Scott saw the uniqueness and potential of the father-son duo, Dr. Howard and Dr. Richard Levin, and knew there was something different about their eye…

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Interior shot of the hall cp cafe and eating area

The Hall CP

Scott Plank saw immense potential in his alma mater, the University of Maryland College Park, and all that it could offer to local innovators, creatives,…

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Communal dining space located inside The Hall SF from Scott Plank.

The Hall SF & 1028 Market Street

After the WeWork co-working model for freelancers and entrepreneurs began making a home in San Francisco thanks to Scott Plank’s innovative concept, he saw the…

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People enjoying a sunny day shopping in Belvedere Square.

Belvedere Square

Previously, Belvedere Square was mostly known as a seasonal Baltimore family gathering place for local live music performances and restaurants. As a patron of Belvedere…

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EverFi’s mission is to turn today’s learners into tomorrow’s leaders through innovative educational opportunities. It is a platform for creating community impact that is customizable,…

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Fundrise was launched in early 2012 with the goal of giving all people, independent of wealth, status or schooling, access to invest in real estate…

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Tessemae’s provides sauces, condiments and dressings made from fresh ingredients, making them healthy and delicious. Their all-natural recipes contain no artificial ingredients to allow all…

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People enjoying a sunny day at Swim Club Baltimore in Canton.

Swim Club

Located at Lighthouse Point in Canton, Swim Club is an urban oasis and resort where members can soak up the sun, listen to live music…

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Boatel racks located in MarineMax Baltimore as one of Scott Plank's new investments.

Boatel at MarineMax Baltimore

The boatel, located at 1800 South Clinton St. is a secure, fully enclosed facility for 55 boats, managed by MarineMax Baltimore. This boatel is located…

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Helicopter landing during sunset in Baltimore City.

Pier 7

Continuing his initiative to invest in Baltimore’s waterfront, Scott Plank saw an incredible chance to revive the Baltimore community through the purchase of the Pier…

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Community Partners