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After the park. Before the Theater. Discover Downtown.
Urban explorers welcome! Discover world-class theaters, funky hotspots, movies in the park, and find yourself in the new Houston.
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Total Project

550,000+

Sq. Ft.

Parking

900+

Surface Spaces

Rooftop Greenspace

240,000+

Sq. Ft.

Avg Household Income

$134,519

Within 1 Mile

Traffic Count

13,000+

Vehicles

Walk Score

80

Very Walkable

POST is surrounded by some of the city’s top cultural, recreational and civic amenities. As part of the Houston Theater District — the nation’s second largest after Broadway —, POST offers easy access to performances by Houston’s world class theater, opera and dance companies. Moreover, the Theater District is undergoing major upgrades with the renovation of the Lynn Wyatt Square for the Performing Arts and the Bagby Street Improvement Project which will include better pedestrian and bike access.
Located at the intersection of multiple neighborhoods
Houston’s Theater District is the second largest theater district in the country
At our front door is Buffalo Bayou Park, a 160 acre green network that includes a skate park, picnic areas, a children’s play area, dog park and miles of bike and hiking trails. The hundreds of thousands of visitors that enjoy the park each year can also kayak on the waterway or visit art installations at the Bayou’s iconic Cistern. Enter the Park through Sesquicentennial Park or the George H.W. Bush Monument directly across the street from POST.
Buffalo Bayou Park has miles and miles of hike and bike trails
Embark on a waterway journey by kayaking on the Bayou
Carlos Cruz Diez installation at the Buffalo Bayou Cistern
Lastly, POST is connected to the city’s civic monuments and buildings through Bagby Street. Bagby acts as a civic trail that connects the city’s most important historical and public spaces: The Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park, Houston Public Library, Julia Ideson Library, City Hall, and Tranquility Park. The Heritage Society painstakingly documents the history and evolution of Houston from the 1800s to the mid-1900s. Explore authentically restored houses from the 19th century or visit an exhibit celebrating Texas suffragists struggle to gain the right for women to vote. Step back in time at the Julia Ideson Library, a Spanish Revival style library opened in 1926 and elegantly restored in 2011 or take a quick lunch break at the Hermann Square plaza in front of City Hall, which hosts food trucks serving everything from tacos to halal kababs.
The Heritage Society hosts elaborate historic reenactment events that transport you to a different era
Hermann Square in front of City Hall lights up with colors for special events
With a wide variety of amenities in its immediate surrounds and ample parking, POST is the perfect place to begin your downtown adventure. Learn more about the history of POST here.