The Post Houston is now open.
The former United States Postal Service (USPS) office in north downtown has been converted into a dazzling mixed media complex. This past November, Post Houston finally opened to the public with endless eateries, a live music venue, Skylawn rooftop and more!
Behold, the former USPS warehouse as a new a cutting-edge, multi-purpose, multi-layered facility with a complete technical re-design. Featuring multiple double-helix staircases, a trio of skylit atriums, and a FIVE-ACRE ROOFTOP PARK AND FARM, the complex will go down in history as one of Houston’s most innovative projects to date.
It’s roster of vendors includes: Ander Cafe, Sweets with L&L, Chop n Blok, Soupreme, Taco Fuego, Thai Kun, Soy Pinoy, Blendin Coffee Club, Arabella Mediterranean Cuisine, East Side King, Earth and Roots CBD, G’Raj Mahal, Roberta’s, Hawker 45, The Butcher’s Burger, Whisk Crepes Cafe, Flower and Cream, Salt and Time Butcher Shop, Gelu Italian Ice, and Lea Jane’s Hot Chicken.
Additionally, Post Houston has opened a massive concert venue. 713 Music Hall has a capacity of 5,000 people – larger than, say, the 3,200 capacity of White Oak Music Hall, but much smaller than Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion or the Toyota Center. Despite its size, designers hope to give the venue the feel of a small club.
Its Texas-sized rooftop park and farm – known as Skylawn – will in part serve as a wedding venue, with the Houston skyline as a breathtaking backdrop.
Post Houston regularly hosts a variety of live events and performances that include a farmers market, drone shows, silent disco parties, salsa nights, free zumba classes, and more.
For more information about Post Houston and upcoming events, visit their website here.