'Why not make it great?' "The one thing I'll tell you is I just want to do great things. I just want to be involved in projects that are great and build things that have people go 'wow.' One of my passions in life is I love blowing people's minds."
"We tell stories for a living — we tell great stories and we build products to support those stories," "When [visitors] come here, I want them to have a proper hotel to stay at. When they come and visit, I want them to see a proper campus. I want them to see unique things we have like the distillery."
"It will be one of the most incredible places to work, to live and to play," "It would feel like an old port city, and the ability for us to go from the ground up to do that will be just incredible. So whether it's things like having the distillery that gives it a little bit of charm — it should be charming."
He acknowledged the land encompasses more than the 128 acres
"I never want to be beholden to a vote of some board or politics or anyone else."We have the means and we don't have to ask anybody permission," [we] need more space and we tried building here and got voted down. People basically said we don't think you should keep growing here. And we said, 'Why are we allowing you to say that.'"
|One of the many previous dreams for Port Covington, Baltimore. Plank doesn't have a masterplan yet.|