At the request of the city of Houston, the Brays Oaks Management District is developing a master plan for the property the city bought from Shell adjacent to the Willow Waterhole Greenspace.

A portion of the property will be the home of the Levitt Pavilion Houston, a community performing arts venue. The design team preparing the master plan is led by Lionheart Places in association with Natalye Appel & Associates Architects.

The Lionheart team seeks your input on the future of the site. On Saturday, Feb. 12, 2022, neighbors and other interested members of the public are invited to an “open house” to learn about the site and project goals, as well as share their ideas about the future! 

Because of the nature of the industrial complex and research equipment that Shell left on the property, access must be limited for now. So, the public sessions will take place along the Dryad Driveway (enter from Chimney Rock Road) with open views of the property.

Attendees are asked to sign up for one of four open house sessions that day. They start at 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Each session is limited to 50 people. 

Parking will be available at the end of Dryad next to the Willow Waterhole Gazebo. We encourage individuals to carpool because parking there is limited. Overflow parking will be available at Westbury High School, a 10-minute walk away.

Click here to sign up for a session.

For more information, go online here or call (210) 889-5815.