Quick lease for Bad Chicken

A restaurant called Bad Chicken is set to open in Dallas but the wild twist is that it will close after a while according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,

 

New restaurateur Bobby Shuey had been testing his chicken wing recipes with friends in the Park Cities area of Dallas, hoping someday to open a casual restaurant serving one of his favorite foods. Then he learned that he could get a short-term lease — nine months — at a storefront on Luther Lane, near the southwest corner of Preston Road and Northwest Highway. He’d have to move in and open almost immediately, a baptism-by-fire kind of thing.

 

After the lease expires, the building will be flattened and replaced by two new high-rises. The spokeswoman for Rosebriar Holdings says she couldn’t share a timeline for the project. But Shuey knows he won’t be able to stay on Luther Lane in Dallas, even if Bad Chicken takes off.

 

“My wife told me, ‘If you’re going to chase a dream, do it now,’” Shuey says.

 

The two high-rises that will be replacing the building will be developed by Rosebriar Holdings and Burk Interests according to a Dallas Morning News article which says, 

 

“Rosebriar Holdings and Burk Interests announced the high-rises earlier this year on almost 1.5 acres they own along Westchester Drive just east of the Dallas North Tollway.

 

The developers are seeking zoning to build the two towers with residential, retail and hotel space on the site near Preston Road.

 

It’s one of the largest developments in the works for Preston Center — an area where previous new construction plans have drawn the ire of North Dallas homeowners.”

Rosebriar Holdings and Burk Interests are planning to have the first tower as a residential tower with 255 apartments and the other building will have 240 hotel rooms as well as 90 condo units. 

 

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