The Post Oak at Uptown Houston is the first vertical mixed-use, master-planned project in Houston combining hotel, office, residential, retail and restaurant offerings all in one tower. The luxurious Post Oak is Houston’s new premier destination for fashion, fine dining, luxury hotels, prominent office addresses and elegant high-rise living all in one tower. This 38 story tower will also feature an adjacent, elegant and expansive ballroom, the largest in the Uptown area. Upon entering The Post Oak, guests will be captivated by an impressive open plaza, with outdoor dining patios, and lushly landscaped pedestrian areas filled with beautiful oak trees. The complex will include walkable streets shaded by mature oak trees and have access to the surrounding neighborhoods at several points. The 650,000 square-foot tower will showcase over 250 luxury hotel rooms, more than 140,000 square feet of boutique office space, 22 residential apartment units, all with dramatic interior finishes and unobstructed views of the surrounding neighborhoods and Downtown. In addition to The Post Oak tower eateries, two highly celebrated restaurants will enhance the development and will be premiering early in the spring of 2017. Mastro’s Steakhouse will make its Texas debut in Houston with a 10,000-square-foot restaurant and spectacular outdoor dining. A favorite restaurant among celebrities, Mastro’s is a chic steakhouse that offers ‘an unparalleled dining experience’ praised for world-class service, highly acclaimed cuisine, and live entertainment in an elegant yet entertaining atmosphere. Mastro’s is revered in Beverly Hills, Chicago, Las Vegas, Malibu, Newport Beach, Manhattan, and Scottsdale. Willie G’s Seafood & Steaks, a Houston institution and favorite seafood restaurant for more than 35-years, will relocate to The Post Oak development. This 10,000-square-foot restaurant will offer both indoor seating and expansive outdoor patio dining among lush oak trees and will continue to be a preferred watering hole for top athletes, entertainers, travelers, and Houstonians.