Tin Hall (the building itself, anyway) is now back in the hands of pre-2014 ownerÂ Fred Stockton, reportÂ Shawn Arrajj and Emily Donaldson. The Tin Hall property was bought by MarkÂ Martinez in 2014, who sold the land to MHI McGuyer Homebuilders later that year; Martinez was allowed timeÂ after the Hall’s closing toÂ relocateÂ the structure, and made plans to move it down to a spot off Spring Cypress Rd. just east of Dry Creek — a process slowed down byÂ issues with finding water for the venue and its planned nextdoor retail development.
The homebuilders reportedlyÂ got tired of waiting last month and gave rights to the building to next-on-the-waiting-list Stockton, who is now looking for a newÂ place to set it up. StocktonÂ and Cypress restaurateurÂ JoeÂ DuongÂ will be reopening the structure wherever it lands, but the next iteration of the venue won’t be a dance hallÂ — “they are fun to talk about,” StocktonÂ tells Community Impact, “but no one goes to them.â€
- Tin Hall Changes Ownership Back to Fred Stockton, Joe Duong [Community Impact]
- Previously on Swamplot:Â Tin Hall To Reopen after Two-Stepping Down Spring Cypress Rd.;Â Cypress’s Tin Hall To Be Boot-Scooted Up the Road or Into Oblivion
Photo of Tin Hall in original location at 14800 Tin Hall Rd.:Â Tin Hall