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Houston Sports Walk of Fame
50th Anniversary Apollo 11 Mural
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GreenStreet has commissioned local artist, Robert Hodge, to create a unique art installation comprised of thousands of Post-it® notes featuring names of local heroes submitted by the public. The focus is to bring the Houston community together with each “sticky note”, amplifying the work of local heroes, as well as loved ones lost during this pandemic, and in the continued fight for social equity. Eye-catching words and symbols of encouragement “Resilient” and “HOU” along with a giant heart will be spelled out in brightly colored sticky notes. For the wall of resilience at GreenStreet to be unveiled, Hodge needs more submissions from the public.

Submit your resilient hero here!

Follow @greenstreethou for updates on when this installation will launch.

*Photo credit: @the.odiwams


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Stretching from the House of Blues through the Promenade and featuring 8-foot paintings of Hakeem Olajuwon, Earl Campbell and Nolan Ryan by artist Opie Otterstad.

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During a time of uncertainty, GreenStreet has launched a mural to keep everyone hopeful of the bright future ahead of us. Stop by for a selfie and tell us what you’re hopeful for, and be sure to tag @greenstreethou and #Hope4HOU!

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In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, GreenStreet commissioned local artist, Donkeeboy, to create a one-of-a-kind, out of this world astronaut mural on the second level skybridge connected to the parking garage.


October 8

8:00p - 10:30p

GreenStreet Cinema: Dirty Dancing

Join us on The Lawn for a socially distanced movie, featuring Dirty Dancing, on Thursday, October 8 at 8 PM. Come early to grab your square on The Lawn or a table near The Lawn, on the second level walkway, or at the McCormick & Schmicks patio! GreenStreet Cinema previews will begin at 8 PM, […]