It’s being built in the block-size vacant lot bordered by W. Dallas, Allen Pkwy, and Montrose, right across from the beautiful sculptures for tolerance on Buffalo Bayou. The Rosemont Bridge is behind the statues. Both of these places are spots that I take my out-of-town visitors to when they’re in town.
They face Allen Parkway at Montrose. Find a place to park (not too easy) along the south side and take a walk in that area. Another parking option is on the North side at Fonde Recreation Center across from the Cistern and skate park. It’s a beautiful part of the city. From downtown to Dunlevy there’s a lot of see and enjoy on both sides of the Bayou. The Rosemont bridge is a photographer’s dream in my opinion. There is parking available you just have to find it. BTW, anyone who hasn’t been to the Cistern it’s a must see. The website is Houston Parks and Recreation Department.
A couple of light artists (artists using light?) from around the world (not US) have used the Cistern for their shows, which were spectacular. Great photo TimmyChan. For those who don’t know, there are seven of these sculptures.