It's a piano in the sky. To appear as a normal-size instrument from 110 feet in the air, this "baby" grand actually needs to be 25 feet long and 15 feet tall. The piano has been nestled among the other Greenway Plaza skyscrapers since 1972, when it was erected at the behest of the Holcombe-Lindquist, who cleaned up when everyone wanted a Hammond or Wurlitzer during the '60s and '70s. Today it belongs to the Fort Bend Music Center, which opened its second location above Noel Furniture Clearance in 2013 and restored the sign to the tune of $100,000. If that sounds like a lot of money for a giant piano, you can't put a price on the countless Elton John fantasies it's inspired during Houstonians' daily commutes.