Chevy Chase, MD


Celebrated Steakhouse to Open Fifth Location in Downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District


Kane Realty Corporation, FCPSM and The Indigo Road Hospitality Group are excited to announce that Oak Steakhouse, a modern take on a classic American steakhouse, is expected to open at The Dillon in downtown Raleigh in early 2019. Raleigh is the fifth Oak Steakhouse location and the second in North Carolina with a location opened in Charlotte in May 2017. Oak Steakhouse is the second concept from The Indigo Road to call The Dillon home with O-Ku Sushi slated to open later this year.

“We are excited to welcome Oak Steakhouse to The Dillon,” said John Kane, CEO of Kane Realty Corporation. “We are delighted to now have two great restaurants with the Indigo Group at The Dillon.”

Oak Steakhouse Raleigh is different from a traditional steakhouse, featuring a chef-driven menu that will change seasonally, inspired by fresh produce that complements a variety of Certified Angus Beef® Prime classic cuts and dry-aged selections. While the menu is still being finalized, guests can expect to find dishes that celebrate Raleigh’s local purveyors.

“Over the years, I have appreciated Raleigh’s vibrant culinary scene and I am excited to continue our expansion into this market with Oak Steakhouse,” says Steve Palmer, managing partner of The Indigo Road Hospitality Group. “The Dillon embraces the best of what downtown Raleigh has to offer and we look forward to bringing the hospitality that The Indigo Road is known for to both residents and visitors of the Warehouse District.”

The original Oak Steakhouse is located in Charleston, South Carolina, with sister locations in Atlanta, Charlotte and Nashville. For more information, visit



The Dillon is the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s rapidly expanding, vibrant Warehouse District. The 18-story project includes 221,300 square feet of Class A office space, two seven-story apartment buildings with an adjoining parking deck, and dynamic street- and sky-level retail space. With a nod to its 100-year-old history, parts of the original Dillon Supply warehouse building have been preserved and reused in its new life. Learn more about The Dillon at



Kane Realty Corporation (KRC) is a full service real estate development and management company focused on office, retail, multi-family and mixed-use properties of the highest quality. Based in Raleigh, NC since 1978, KRC is dedicated to the goal of creating irresistible places where people will naturally want to gather. Through meticulous attention to detail in every aspect of the property from design and construction management to leasing and property management, Kane’s mission is to build places that improve the quality of life of their businesses, their employees, residents and visitors. For more information, please visit



FCP is a privately held real estate investment company that has invested in or financed more than $6 billion in assets since its founding in 1999. FCP invests directly and with operating partners in commercial and residential assets. The firm makes equity and mezzanine investments in income producing and development properties. Based in Chevy Chase, MD, FCP invests both its commingled, discretionary funds and separate accounts targeted at major real estate markets in the United States. For further information on FCP, please visit



Founded by managing partner Steve Palmer in 2009 in Charleston, SC, The Indigo Road Hospitality group owns and operates more than 18 concepts throughout the southeast. These properties include O-Ku (Charleston, Charlotte, Atlanta, Washington DC), The Cocktail Club (Charleston), The Macintosh (Charleston), Indaco (Charleston), Oak Steakhouse (Charleston, Alpharetta, Ga., Nashville, Charlotte), Colletta (Alpharetta, Ga.), Mercantile and Mash (Charleston), Bar Mash (Charleston), The Cedar Room (Charleston), Town Hall (Florence, S.C.), Donetto (Atlanta) and Tiny Lou’s (Atlanta). Several projects are also in the works including Oak in Raleigh, O-Ku in Raleigh and Nashville, and Sukoshi in Charlotte.