The Houston-based developer, which is known for buying older inner-Loop properties and developing them into viable mixed-use projects, is under contract to buy a 160,000-square-foot office building near the Galleria Mall, Dan Braun told the Houston Business Journal. There's a 30,000-square-foot vacancy in the property over four contiguous floors; Braun said the company will develop creative office space in that chunk of space and lease to small companies.Read More
When Braun Enterprises purchased the strip center at 1900 West 18th Street in the Timbergrove/Lazybrook area in the fall of 2016, they branded the center as Grove Heights. Braun’s Zach Wolf told The Leader at the time that it was an underserved retail area and they were in discussion with some new, potential tenants.Read More
The proprietor of a popular Washington Avenue late night spot has a plan to deliver a new twist on one of the city’s favorite dishes.
Ninja Ramen owner Christopher Huang has signed a lease to bring a new pho restaurant to the Braun Enterprises-owned Ella Plaza shopping center in Garden Oaks that's home to The Union Kitchen. Called Flying Pho, the restaurant will open in December in the space formerly occupied by shuttered bagel shop Toasted.Read More
Braun Enterprises is busy on yet another redevelopment project in the Heights.
The Houston-based real estate developer is working to reposition the property at 2518 Yale St. in the Heights. The property's sole tenant is Johnny's Gold Brick, a bar concept from Houston's Treadsack Restaurant Group.Read More
Over the next few years, Dallas’ based chain Shell Shack will bring its take on the Cajun seafood boil to Houston.
The restaurant will pair with a franchisee called Houston Shellfish Ventures to bring multiple locations of Shell Shack to Houston in the next few years. Shell Shack president and CEO Dallas Hale tells Eater that the first outpost, which will open at 2412 Washington Avenue, is already under construction. A second outpost is also expected to arrive soon in Katy, though no location has been selected yet.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises has several more properties to add to its growing Bayou City retail portfolio.
The development company, which has become well-known for acquiring older Heights-area properties and flipping them into viable retail developments, is building a 4,316-square-foot retail property at 311 West Gray Street near Midtown, Braun's Zach Wolf told the Houston Business Journal.Read More
The Heights' status as Houston's hottest destination for new restaurant openings shows no signs of slowing down. This year alone, new arrivals like Field & Tides, Helen in the Heights, Presidio, and Alice Blue have helped the neighborhood maintain its status as the city's richest source of new openings, and the pace looks to continue next year with more restaurants on the way.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises, the developer that acquired and plans to redevelop the historic three-building Heights waterworks site, is leasing the property with a cautious and specific approach.Read More
Houston-based Braun Enterprises is launching a new redevelopment project just west of T.C. Jester Boulevard in the Heights.
The developer, which often acquires older inner-Loop buildings and flips them into viable retail and restaurant developments, will break ground on Grove Heights this week. The retail development, at 1900 W. 18th St., has nabbed leases from Colorado-based Sola Salon Studios and New York-based I Love Kickboxing, Wolf said.Read More
The Union Kitchen - Ella is a significant addition to Houston’s restaurant scene for several reasons. The restaurant’s fourth location is housed in the Garden Oaks area...Read More
A popular BYOB Italian restaurant in Briargrove is moving inside the Loop.
CultureMap reports that La Vista will move into a former Pizza Hut that Braun Enterprises recently purchased on 18th Street in the Lazybrook/Timbergrove area.Read More
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene will move its inner-Loop office to a project redeveloped by Houston-based Braun Enterprises.Read More
Braun Enterprises, a developer known for acquiring older inner-Loop buildings and flipping them into viable retail and restaurant developments, bought two Heights properties this week.Read More
Braun Enterprises will transform the former Chippendale's Antiques store on 19th Street at Rutland in the Heights into a multitenant space. Proper Shoes has leased 1,963 square feet and Mary & Moss has leased 1,147 square feet for a women's clothing a gift boutique. Negotiations are under way to bring a dessert shop to the corner space.Read More