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  1. Conservatory has leased (or is in negotiations to lease) a unit in Oxberry Group's Crossing at Midtown. This the food hall from Company Nomads. After the group's relocation plans to East Village in EaDo fell through (replacing Chapman & Kirby), I was directed to an entity filed soon after signaling a possible next move. Some time this spring, Conservatory Midtown LLC was formed. Conservatory will occupy a unit (or units) in building A, shown on the above site plan. I don't know if it will take up portions of the first and second floors. It's possible. Previous artic
  2. Website for East End development the Plant, 3401 Harrisburg Blvd. There's a brochure with a tentative site plan included if anyone wants to post to the forum. https://www.theplanthtx.com
  3. Popsicle cart Popston appears to be another tenant en route to the Plant, 3401 Harrisburg Blvd. This will be their first brick-and-mortar storefront.
  4. Since no one updated this thread regarding the upcoming renovations to this property, here is the latest: Common Bond is opening their second on-the-go concept on this property, 3210 N Shepherd Dr. This was reported by the Leader in late June. The portion related to Common Bond from the Leader article: Now Common Bond will bring the same kind of drive-thru concept to Garden Oaks at 3210 N. Shepherd Dr., previously Kim’s Service Station. The CEO of Common Bond, George Joseph, said the company signed its lease Monday and that the conc
  5. Signage for McIntyre's was installed in late July or early August at it's forthcoming downtown Houston location. This is the site of the former Spaghetti Warehouse at 901 Commerce. The photo was posted to its downtown Houston Facebook page in early August.
  6. Renderings of the upcoming dining concepts from the team behind Wicklow Heights & Kanaloa, landing next year at M-K-T Heights, 600 N Shepherd Dr in Houston. Coeval Studio is the architect, designer. Casa Nomad (Instagram: @casanomadhtx) Highline Park (Instagram: @highlineparkhtx)
  7. A few more dining tenants joining Da Gama, Mendocino Farms, La La Land, Honey Child's Sweet Cream, and Homestead at M-K-T Heights, 600 N Shepherd, Houston: * Sweetgreen * Highline Park (from the Wicklow Heights & Kanaloa team) * Casa Nomad (from the Wicklow Heights & Kanaloa team) * Another unnamed dining or bar concept from the Wicklow Heights & Kanaloa team) M-K-T Heights' website also lists meal prep service Elite Meals and a bar named Heights Ice House. https://themkt.com/re
  8. A rendering of Karne restaurant, 2805 White Oak Dr.
  9. The Kirby Group is building another beer garden and bar at 3905 Washington Avenue in addition to Emma Jane. A Bank of America drive-thru was previously located there. The beer garden is called Buffalo Heights Bier Garten. It's on Instagram as well at @buffaloheightsbiergarten. I don't know if Emma Jane will be an all day cafe, but it will house a coffee shop and bakery.
  10. McIntyre's released a new rendering of it's forthcoming downtown Houston location, the site of the former Spaghetti Warehouse at 901 Commerce. The rendering was posted to its downtown Houston Facebook page this evening. The new visual includes the bar's name on the signage and the Desel-Boettcher Building. https://facebook.com/McIntyres-Downtown-10359816441684
  11. CultureMap announced the news yesterday afternoon and has additional details. https://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/01-17-20-underground-new-food-hall-downtown-daut-elshani
  12. I shared the name two months ago a couple of posts above. I'm also the one who passed that along to Eater Houston after H-Town Restaurant Group was issued an allowance to trademark Urbe last month. I'm going to bet the name is Urbe. H-Town Restaurant Group isn't ready to divulge the name or anything else related to this new restaurant. So, of course their response would be "it's a working name". I highly doubt Ortega and Vaught would hire a trademark attorney and go through the entire process if it weren't the name.
  13. Another food hall is moving into the subterranean space vacated by Conservatory, 1010 Prairie St. I heard about this prior to Company of Nomads' big announcement, but didn't believe it. However, social media pages created this week cements the rumors. The food hall replacing Conservatory in the McCrory Building is Underground Hall. https://undergroundhall.com https://instagram.com/undergroundhalldowntown https://facebook.com/undergroundhall
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