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Small Biz Insider: Finn Hall's Program Win-Win For Entrepreneurs, Health Care Workers

Published Nov 11, 2020 by Maggie Martin

Finn Hall Houston

Finn Hall food hall in downtown Houston. Photo courtesy of Finn Hall.

Finn Hall

David Buehrer, Finn Hall’s Culinary Director. Photo courtesy of Finn Hall.

Lionstone Investments

Hunain Dada, Director of Real Estate Portfolio Management for Lionstone Investments

If you've been to Downtown Houston, you've probably stopped by Finn Hall for a coffee or lunch - or drinks and dinner. The food hall - located within the JPMorgan Chase & Company Building - is home to several eateries. Amid the pandemic, Finn Hall's owner, Lionstone Investments, partnered with a few other organizations and launched an initiative to support Houston health care workers and entrepreneurs within the food industry at the same time. It's called Finn Hall Feeds the Frontlines.

On this episode, we talk with Hunain Dada, Director of Real Estate Portfolio Management for Lionstone Investments, and David Buehrer, Finn Hall’s Culinary Director.

Key topics include: 

  • Why Lionstone Investments launched the initiative with other organizations 
  • How the pandemic’s impacted Finn Hall’s tenants, downtown Houston
  • The value of Finn Hall as a downtown hub for small businesses, community
  • Changes within Houston’s hospitality industry 

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