Opening of the downtown sports bar at GreenStreet
HOUSTON– (Realty News Report) – Tom’s Watch Bar, a sports viewing and entertainment venue, opens in the mixed-use GreenStreet Center in downtown Houston.
Tom’s Watch Bar has leased 6,149 square feet to GreenStreet, a project owned by Lionstone Investments in a joint venture with institutional investors and Houston-based Midway.
Located across from House of Blues at the corner of Polk Street and Caroline Street, this will be Tom’s Watch Bar’s first in Houston and its eighth location nationally.
“Tom’s Watch Bar is thrilled to bring our premier viewing experience with personalized sound options, great drinks and great food to Houston sports fans,” said Tom Ryan, co-founder of Tom’s Watch Bar.
The sports entertainment experience features college, professional and international sports, major events, award-winning fights, on an oversized central stadium screen paired with hundreds of additional screens.
Chris Seckinger, Vice President, Investment and Development at Midway, said, “Their unique and immersive sports viewing experience will be the perfect place for Houston sports fans to watch their favorite teams. We’re confident Tom’s Watch Bar will feel right at home on GreenStreet, just steps from the Houston Sports Walk of Fame and within walking distance of Minute Maid Park and the Toyota Center.
GreenStreet With its flagship tower and four-block span, GreenStreet is a mixed-use neighborhood unlike any other downtown. GreenStreet’s 420,000 square feet of diamond-level office space, Life Time Athletic and Life Time Work, and the AT&T SportsNet broadcast studio are complemented by world-class hospitality with a 223-key luxury boutique hotel, live entertainment at House of Blues, a collection of and fine dining restaurants, art installations and free events on The Lawn.
Recently, AES Corporation, a Fortune 500 global energy company, opened a 12,500 square foot office in GreenStreet, a mixed-use development spanning several blocks in downtown Houston. AES’ lease is a positive sign for the downtown Houston office market.
The downtown office market has a vacancy rate of 27.6%, according to a 2022 first quarter report from Avison Young. The company said Downtown had negative absorption of 134,813 square feet in the first quarter.
GreenStreet, covers four blocks near the intersection of Fannin and Lamar, extending east to Main Street,
June 6, 2022 Realty News Report Copyright 2022
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