Friday, February 20, 2015

Crow Holdings starting Maple Avenue restaurant park

Steve Brown
Crow Holdings has built one Maple Avenue restaurant styled after an historic home and three more are coming.
Crow Holdings is ready to start work on its Oak Lawn restaurant park.

The development will include three restaurant buildings – one of which is already completed at the corner of Throckmorton Street.
The new project is located on Maple Avenue just across the street from Crow Holding’s Old Parkland office campus.
Buildings in the $3.5 million project will resemble craftsman style and Victorian homes from the early 20th century.
“The idea of trying to have everything over there look like Old Parkland is crazy,” said Crow Holdings CEO Harlan Crow. “But we are trying to do it in a nice way.”
Two of the restaurant buildings have already been leased to 18th & Vine, a Kansas City-style barbeque eatery and a Roman tavern.
Architexas designed the buildings. And The Shop Cos. Is handling the leasing.
Crow Holdings
Three restaurant buildings are planned in the project on Maple Avenue north of Oak Lawn Avenue.