Real-estate company Fifth Corner has signed new leases for a restaurant and nightclub at its Plazas at Midtown II property in Midtown in Houston, Texas.

These include lease agreements with two tenants – Dough Zone Dumpling House and Clover.

Along with a lease agreement entered with a third tenant, the property will have 100% occupancy.

Dough Zone Dumpling House will occupy 4,503ft² of space at the Plazas at Midtown II and will also be the first location for the restaurant chain in Texas.

The restaurant serves traditional homemade Chinese food for customers in a modern setting.

Its menu includes soup dumplings, potstickers, pan-fried buns and regional noodle dishes.

The restaurant was originally set up in 2014 in Bellevue, Washington, and currently operates 14 locations across the states of Washington, California, Oregon, and now Texas.

Several more locations are being planned across the US in the near future.

Clover is a nightclub owned by nightlife entrepreneur Nigel King.

As a new Midtown Houston club, Clover features a spacious dance floor, which serves craft cocktails.

Clover occupies 1,848ft² and is already operating within the property.

Fifth Corner managing partner and co-founder Tenel Tayar said: “The strong fundamentals and active population in Midtown have proved to be a major draw for retail Tenants looking to grow and secure their presence in Houston.

“We are very excited about this success and look forward to drawing more new retailers and restaurants to our other Irreplaceable Corners in Midtown.”