Renovations Turn Buffalo Bayou Park into Good Time Destination
Buffalo Bayou Park is a $58 million project to revitalize the area into a major destination for Houston. Page is excited to be a part of the transformation, which includes the construction of two buildings and two large pavilions.
The Lost Lake building features a visitor center, private event and dining space, along with canoe and kayak rentals. The Water Works Building frames an important plaza that acts as a gateway to the park. It also offers a visitor center, recreational activities and outdoor event space for music and dancing.
One of the most interesting features is the recently re-discovered "Cistern,” a reservoir which had been unused for decades. This space will be used for future art installations.
The 160 acre park also offers hike and bike trails, a dog park, play area, outdoor venues, and visitor areas. The grand opening for the Buffalo Bayou Park is Saturday, October 3.
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