25 years of experience ensures every second counts
Brady K Wood
With over twenty-five years of restaurant, entertainment and real estate development experience, Brady has founded a wide variety of start-up and institutional investment ventures. At twenty years old, he purchased a local dive-bar while attending Southern Methodist University. That investment yielded five more restaurants, three live music venues, three drive-ins, three music festivals, a record label and a retail store. Proceeds from entertainment concepts were parlayed into a love for real estate and resulted in many impactful projects and historic restorations. In 2005, he founded INCAP Fund, a private equity real estate fund that invested and developed over $250 million in urban residential and mixed-use infill projects.
In 2013, Brady created WoodHouse, a food & beverage, hospitality, sports advisory and investment firm that leverages decades of entertainment experience with a lifetime of real estate investing to create provocative and culturally significant solutions. Current assignments include The Star, Dallas Cowboys’ new $1.5B world headquarters, numerous hotel turnarounds along the East Coast and two master-planned communities in the DFW area. He has current ownerships stakes in José restaurant (Dallas), Bare Knuckle Brewery (Chicago), Pilgrimage Music Festival (Nashville) and private social club Park House (coming to Highland Park).
Brady graduated from Southern Methodist University, has current and past leadership roles in the Young Presidents Organization, Booker T. Washington High School, Preservation Dallas and has helped create and/or served on a variety of community and neighborhood boards.
W Brandt Wood
Brandt has over twenty-five years of experience in creating, developing and operating sixteen entertainment and hospitality ventures, including the iconic venues Trees, The Green Room, Gypsy Team Room in Dallas and Coyote Drive-In. He also developed a groundbreaking national live music program at Harrah’s Entertainment with C3 Presents and has festival production credits that include Trees Outdoor Music Festival, Dallas 2000 and 2001 New Years’ Events, and Live at the Drive-In with Jimmy Buffett in 2014. In September of 2015, Brandt co-developed the Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival that takes place each year in Franklin, Tennessee featuring a 50-band, 5-stage production which has become the signature boutique festival for the Nashville/Franklin area.As a principal at WoodHouse, he is developing entertainment and hospitality projects for notable clients including Republic Property Group, Highgate Hotels and Crossroads Brewing Company.
Brandt graduated from Washington and Lee University and currently is raising a family in Dallas, Texas. Brandt has served on the Booker T Washington Arts Magnet Board, National Restaurant Association Board, Young Entrepreneurs Organization Board, and has collected numerous awards for both business and charitable efforts over the years.
DIRECTOR OF FOOD + BEVERAGE OPERATIONS
With more than 18 years of experience in the restaurant, hospitality and event industry, Daniel displays his passion and drive as WoodHouse’s director of food & beverage operations. In 1998, Daniel started his restaurant career with the Hillstone Restaurant Group. He worked in locations such as Los Angeles, Sacramento, Scottsdale and Dallas. During his 10 years at Hillstone, he received some of the industry’s most admired training and F&B education. After Hillstone, he became General Manager and Operating Partner at RadioMilano within LGO Hospitality from 2008-2010. In 2010, he joined Neighborhood Services where he and the owner rebranded an existing business, streamlined and maintained Dallas’ most successful VIP program and was awarded D Magazine’s Best New Restaurant in 2010. In 2012, Daniel joined Todd Events as Director of Production where he was responsible for nationwide large-scale events in locations such as Napa Valley, New York, Aspen, San Miguel and many more.
Daniel attended Arizona State University where he studied Architecture.