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November 2, 2016

Deep Ellum Restoration Project with C1S and Westdale Wraps Up With Addition of Four New Bars/Restaurants

Media Invited to Ribbon Cutting Friday, November 11th

The Deep Ellum restoration project in one of Dallas’s most vibrant communities continues as a combination of four unique bars and restaurants are set to move into properties where large-scale restoration projects were completed earlier this month by C1S, a Dallas-based construction, and engineering firm.

On Friday, November 11th at 10 a.m., members of the media are invited to a ribbon cutting and walk through event at the 2800 block of Deep Ellum to see the results of nearly a year of work.

“Some of our best work has come out of our most challenging projects, and this is a perfect example of that,” said Dustin White, construction project manager for C1S Group, which also restored nearby Reel FX, The Bomb Factory, and Pecan Lodge. “We are pleased to see our years of industrial design-build experience aide in the Deep Ellum restoration.”

Westdale, a property management company in Dallas owns the buildings that are expected to be moved into over the next several months. Droese Raney, an architecture firm in Dallas, completed the design work.

The four tenants, who will all bring something new and exciting to the Deep Ellum bar and restaurant scene are as follows.

Hide Bar: Expected to open by the end of 2016, Hide will use technology like centrifuges and vaporizers to create clear, clean cocktails and will feature a menu of fresh fare, including small plates, salads, and sandwiches.

The Table: With a location in Flower Mound, this restaurant offers American cuisine with global influences in a refined, yet rustic setting. It will also feature innovative and classic craft and pre-prohibition style cocktails, as well as new and old world wines and quality beers on tap.

Harlowe MXM: Also expected to open by the end of the year, this concept of the Bread Winners team will be a brunch goer’s favorite. This bar-restaurant will feature both a ground level patio, as well as a rooftop patio.

*Fourth property is confirmed to be a “wine bistro” owned by Jean-Michel Sakouhi, who currently owns a similar bar/restaurant called “Bouchon 1314” in Oak Cliff neighborhood. Additional details to be announced.

“Deep Ellum is full of culture, live music, entertainment, and some of the finest cuisine you can find in this city,” said Chuck Hixson, commercial division vice president of Westdale. “I believe all our tenants have an opportunity to be successful as they all bring something unique to the neighborhood.”

About C1S Group C1S Group is an engineering, construction and sustainability consulting firm specializing in the design and installation of projects for existing facilities. As experts in providing solutions for critical and manufacturing environments, C1S drives energy efficiency, maintainability and value in every project. The C1S client list varies from global Fortune 500 organizations to highly specialized entities with one facility. The C1S business model calls for the agility to work on multiple projects across geographic locations with varying complexities. For more information, visit www.c1sinc.com.

About Westdale Westdale Real Estate Investment & Management is a fully integrated multifamily real estate operating company focused on strategic acquisitions and the proactive management of multifamily residential communities in the Western, Southwestern, Midwestern and Southeastern United States.

About Droese Raney Droese Raney Architecture, Inc. is a full service architecture firm, specializing in the design of commercial, hospitality, specialized retail, and residential projects around the country. Formed in 1998, principal and designer David Droese, AIA, and Lance Raney bring several years of well-honed experience and an individualized approach to each client relationship.