A 100 year old Miami Design District landmark gets reimagined as a private social club, public-facing restaurant, executive workplace and 13-suite hotel. Opening 2024.
Dallas’ premier private membership club in Highland Park Village. A home for creative and entrepreneurial individuals to meet, exchange ideas, dine, dance and participate in one-of-a-kind events in a design-driven environment that delivers extraordinary experiences. Opened 2018.
The second location from the Park House brand, a private membership club in the heart of Houston’s River Oaks neighborhood, where upscale dining, thoughtful design and tailored service combine for an unforgettable experience. Opening 2024.
Dallas’ 50-year-old legacy racquet club is being renovated, redesigned, and reintroduced as a modern day social club with racquet sports, wellness, fitness and hospitality at its core.
Bringing San Antonio’s vibrant music culture to the iconic Pearl District in a historic venue revived for a new era. The 100-year-old stable building turned music hall combines exceptional live music experience with authentic San Antonio culture. Opened 2024.
A boutique music festival in Franklin, Tennessee, Pilgrimage offers a diverse lineup of rock and roll, alt-country, bluegrass, jazz, indie, gospel and more. Past acts include Justin Timberlake, Eddie Vedder, Ryan Adams, Sheryl Crow, Leon Bridges, Willie Nelson, Keith Urban, The Killers and Kacey Musgraves. Founded in 2015.
José is an award-winning, regional Mexican restaurant celebrating the country’s culture, food, spirits and art, founded in Dallas, Texas, with a second location in Crested Butte, opened in 2023.. Helmed by award-winning Executive Chef Anastacia Quiñones-Pittman and named for renowned Guadalajara-based ceramicist José Noe Suro. Opened 2017.
Elastika is a contemporary restaurant set beneath Zaha Hadid’s installation, Elastika, on the first floor of The Moore building in the Miami Design District. Led by Executive Chef Joe Anthony and inspired by the city’s international community, Elastika offers a global approach to modern American cuisine.
The Cowboys Club is a private social club and restaurant set at The Star in Frisco, Texas, where the Dallas Cowboys train and work year round. The Club is designed as a space for members to socialize and share their passion for football alongside Cowboys’ players, coaches and executives.
Located at The Star in Frisco, Texas, Cowboys Fit offers a comprehensive fitness experience with over 60,000-square-feet of luxury gym amenities, including boutique-style classes, indoor and outdoor ride rooms, a health and nutrition bar, former NFL player and cheerleader training staff, and much more. A collaboration with the owners of the Dallas Cowboys, WoodHouse served as the real estate and development advisor on this project.
Serving as real estate and development advisor, WoodHouse worked with the owners of the Dallas Cowboys to create a world-class center for sports medicine at The Star in Frisco, Texas in partnership with Baylor Scott & White. The facility focuses on athletic performance, injury treatment and prevention, and overall wellness, providing the public access to the same physicians, treatments and therapies utilized by professional athletes.
INCAP Fund raised and deployed $250,000,000 from JP Morgan for innovative urban renewal projects. A pioneer in New Urbanism, INCAP purchased entire deteriorating neighborhoods and worked closely with municipalities and local stakeholders to create thoughtful and sustainable communities.
WoodHouse worked with Republic Property Group to develop and design the Market Café for the Light Farms Community, a 1,070-acre development in Celina, Texas. The Market Café is a neighborhood hub for Light Farms, offering a friendly, approachable environment with grab-and-go food and beverages, a restaurant led by acclaimed chef Graham Dodds, and a small bar where residents can gather, work, socialize and relax.
WoodHouse worked with the owner of the Hotel Saint Elm to rename, rebrand, and reimagine a historic hotel in the Tower Petroleum Building in the heart of Downtown Dallas. The collaboration included creating a full service restaurant and bar, Toussaint Downtown Brasserie.
WoodHouse worked with Billingsley Company to develop The Sound at Cypress Waters, a 1,000-acre, master-planned development centered around a serene lake outside of Dallas, Texas. This office, multi-family and retail waterfront development features restaurant and retail, a lakefront amphitheater, multiple greenspaces, and hiking and bike trails.