The Crossing at Midtown will be the new home of Conservatory.

Oxberry Group announced on Thursday that The Crossing at Midtown, its retail project of 19,000 square feet at 610 Dennis St, is fully leased and will include the return of Conservatory food hall and a Houston newcomer, California-based eatery Dave's Hot Chicken.

Conservatory, Houston's long-running underground food hall at 1010 Prairie St in Downtown Houston, ended operation in late 2019. Since then Underground Hall has opened in the space, and Company of Nomads, which operates Conservatory, has talked about re-opening the concept in another part of the city.

At The Crossing at Midtown, Conservatory will be a 17,250-square-foot space with a 4,000-square-foot garden patio. 

Dave's Hot Chicken, which specializes in Nashville hot chicken tenders and sliders, will occupy a 2,500-square-foot space at The Crossing at Midtown. 

In 2018 Dave's was born in East Hollywood, California, and now has about a dozen locations throughout California and in Toronto, Ontario. Late in 2020, it was reported that the fast-casual restaurant will be opening more than two-dozen units in Texas, with most coming to Houston. 

Oxberry Group says to expect the businesses to open either in spring or summer; we've reached out to Company of Nomads for more information about Conservatory's opening and will update with more information.

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