We might be biased, but we think EaDo is a pretty special place within the city of Houston. It’s a big reason why our civic vision includes keeping the character endemic to the neighborhood while also making it a better place to be.
Anyone who’s spent some time exploring the neighborhood will notice the street art dotting the walls of local businesses; not only are these Instagram-worthy spots, these public works of art serve as part of a larger effort in community development and placemaking, showcasing EaDo’s unique character.
Check out these spots below, then take a trip (or bike ride) to see them for yourself.
EaDo Art Wall, 2704 Polk Street
Intersection of Polk and Delano streets
Intersection of Lamar and Palmer streets
(Please note that the crab mural is fenced off and not accessible to the public)