Houston House Sublease

Our practice has expanded! While we continue to offer the same accessible, evidence-based psychotherapy in the Clear Lake area, our practice is now headquartered in Central Houston — conveniently nestled in Montrose near Spur 527 and easily accessible from all directions of Greater Houston.

Sublease options include range from full-time office sublease for $1200/month (e.g. Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to hourly rates of $30-$50/hour. Flexible, customized options available upon request.

The Space

Built in 1910, our office is a nearly-4000 square foot on an almost-10,000 square foot lot a block from Montrose. We have a backyard garden area with a fountain, off-street parking, and more character and history than we know what to do with (and we don’t just mean our team!).

Houston Guest House advertisement from 1982. Source: Houston LGBT History

Some of our amenities include:

  • Bottomless coffee and kitchen available
  • Collaboration area/conference room
  • Dedicated waiting areas upstairs and downstairs
  • Multiple restrooms and dedicated parking
  • Group/play therapy space

Our primary goal (aside from providing the best services we can to clients) is to not only maintain but honor the history of our building while ensuring we are providing modern, high quality comfort to both our team and our clients.

The Mood Board

Our office is still under construction with our grand opening in early November 2023. In the meantime, check out our mood boards that are driving the remodel and design process and make sure to follow us on Instagram for updates.

More About the Neighborhood

Montrose is a unique and colorful part of Houston. It’s like a piece of a puzzle that stands out with its lively and exciting character. In just four square miles, you can discover new places to eat, fancy places to have drinks, and art galleries. It’s also a place where you’ll find tattoo shops, fortune tellers, and shops selling old-fashioned clothes.

People have been talking about Montrose since the early twentieth century. It’s been called the heart of Houston, the weirdest neighborhood east of the Pecos River, and Houston own San Francisco.

Today, Montrose is still full of creativity and talent. You can see it in the fantastic art museums like the Menil Collection and Rothko Chapel. You’ll find it in the comfort of commercial favorites like Whole Foods or in local favorites like Jus’ Mac.

See what SquareFoot has to say about renting office space in Montrose.

Houston Guest House advertisement from 1985. Source: Houston LGBT History

If you are looking for an office to lease, a space for small groups, or a location to provide concierge wellness services, contact us today!

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