Development set to resume at the Collective

Published Monday, February 5, 2018
by Steve Lackmeyer

Construction is set to resume this spring on The Collective, a food hall and bar that is designed to bring life to a longtime eyesore in the heart of Midtown.

Permit applications filed with the city call for a series of seven kitchens, a rooftop patio and bar that will be operated by Truong Le, who also operates Chicken and Beer in Uptown and Covell Park in Edmond.

“It's a collective of kitchens with different types of food,” Le said. “Once this goes public, we assume there will be a long line of people wanting to come in with this being a turnkey solution, just bring knives, pots and pans and go to work.”

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