After a 16-month hiatus, Willet and Diane Feng have reopened their fabulous burger joint.
Daddy’s Chicken Shack will open it’s flagship location in a standalone building at 1223 W. 11th St. on the northeast corner of North Shepherd Drive and West 11th.
The team behind Conservatory Galleria is ready to get the project moving. Courtesy of Conservatory Galleria
Houston-based Braun Enterprisesrecently launched an office productoffering that aims to meet the growing need for compact,amenitized workspaces where small businesses can set up shop - a need that company President Dan Braunsaid has only become more essentialin the wake of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
An ambitious new restaurant is coming to The Heights. Scheduled to open next spring, will feature two chefs who have worked at some of the most acclaimed restaurants in the world.
Chef Christina Ha's acclaimed Vietnamese gastropub the Blind Goat is coming to Spring Branch.
Popular South Korean coffee chain Tom N Toms is expanding throughout Texas. With coffee shops in Carrollton and Houston’s Chinatown neighborhood already, the international coffee franchise has its foot in the Lone Star State’s coffee scene door. Now, it’s getting fancy.
Kevin Floyd is back. Best known as Bobby Heugel’s business partner in opening Anvil and Chris Shepherd’s business partner at Underbelly and The Hay Merchant — working with both men, he opened 13 establishments in 11 years — Floyd has been laying low since he sold his shares in Underbelly Hospitality to MLB Capital Partners last year.
Fifteen feet from the curved, ultra-wide monitor where Dan Braun reviews land deals in his Fannin Street offices, the manual Royal typewriter his father Gabriel used when he typed the prospectus for his first deal sits encased on a glass shelf. An antique Voigtlander camera, one his grandfather Daniel carried in the single bag he carried when he left Bratislava for Israel in 1938, shares the space.
Hickory Hollow may have closed its location at 101 Heights Blvd., but the building that housed the beloved restaurant will continue to serve legendary chicken fried steaks. They’ll just be served by one of Houston’s most acclaimed chefs.
Houston-based Braun Enterprises has scooped up another shopping center for a major redevelopment project, and future tenants are already inking leases.
Houston-based Braun Enterprises purchased an office and retail complex on a prime parcel along West Alabama just west of the Galleria.
The deal was announced by HFF, which marketed the property for Wedge Properties Management Corp.
The 196,000-square-foot property at 5353 and 5373 West Alabama, presents an opportunity for Braun Enterprises to renovate, rebrand and restock with new tenants serving both the neighborhood and office occupants.