Interplan LLC, a growing national full-service architecture and engineering firm, recently opened its newest office location in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The office is being led by architect Truman Gee, a Fort Worth native and a principal of Interplan who has been with the company for over 18 years.
Selling a long-standing restaurant is no easy task. Take Merle Borenstein, who opened Armadillo’s Bar & Grill, a Southwestern eatery, in the then edgy Rondout area of Kingston, New York, in 1988, about 90 miles north of New York City.
Mark McKee often travels from his Orlando office to his home in Kansas City. The CEO of Ace North America LLC, the Central Florida franchisee of Oklahoma Joe’s, wasn’t intending to conduct business at 20,000 feet.
International award-winning firm KTGY Architecture + Planning announced a new three-story, 10,000-square-foot mixed-use building located in the heart of downtown Morgan Hill, California, was unanimously approved by the city’s planning commission.
Try telling someone in the restaurant industry, “It’s not personal, it’s just business.” That’s like saying, “It’s not you, it’s me,” during a breakup or consoling a football player, “You tried your best,” after losing the Super Bowl.
At Zazu Kitchen + Farm, one of the restaurant tenants in The Barlow—a foodie-focused neighborhood respite in Sebastopol, California, which opened in 2013—owners Duskie Estes and John Stewart source most of the products on the menu from their own farm, MacBryde Farm in nearby Forestville.
Along 12th Street in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, the upscale Hotel Phillips rises 20 stories into the Midwestern air, a distinguished, stately presence in an area teeming with new development and fresh energy.
SVN Alliance Commercial Real Estate Advisors principals Carl Lentz IV, CCIM, and John Trost, CCIM, are collaborating on the sale of Vince Carter’s, one of the largest and most expensive restaurants built in Central Florida.
Stone Brewing, the 10th largest craft brewery in the U.S., and San Diego-based hospitality collective, Untitled Hospitality, announced their partnership to develop Stone Hotel—the companies’ first-ever brewery hotel.
LBG Real Estate Companies, LLC, a Southern California-based investor in retail real estate, announced that plans have been finalized for the redevelopment of Medford Center, a 420,000-square-foot regional entertainment and lifestyle shopping center in Medford, Oregon, which serves Medford, Grants Pass, and Ashland area residents as well as the Rogue Valley’s 3.
Falcon Realty Advisors, a Dallas-based commercial real estate company specializing exclusively in representation of retail, restaurant, and entertainment tenants for real estate strategy, construction and development, has expanded into Central Texas with the opening of an office in Austin.
Multiple times each day, Shane Covey exits Upstate Craft Beer and Oyster Bar, his intimate, 28-seat restaurant in New York City’s East Village neighborhood, and steps onto 1st Avenue. Amid the stream of taxis, bicyclists, and pedestrians, Covey strides to the intersection of 1st Avenue and 6th Street.
WDI Group, the acclaimed restaurant and hospitality group that has opened around 200 restaurants around the world since 1972, signed a long-term lease to bring Hong Kong-based Michelin-starred restaurant Tim Ho Wan to New York City for the first time.
Commercial real estate developers should pay attention to the trend toward urban food halls packed with local restaurants, bars and cafés, urges Anthony Deen, creative director, branded environments, for CBX.