The Black Sheep Agency

611 West 22nd Street, Houston, TX 77008, USA


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The Black Sheep office is open, sunny and full of places to collaborate. It’s a historic building in the heart of the Houston Heights—it was once a textile mill and is now suites of unique offices. From the living room that greets you as you walk through the doors to the three giant standing-desk tables located throughout the office, there is ample space for private events, film and photo shoots and meetings. Vibrant, modern, creative and comfortable spaces for everyone to do their best work. We have a lot of plants to make it homey and both a record player and Sonos speaker system to pump up the jams to keep the workday groovin’.

The Black Sheep Agency office can be rented in its entirety at a day rate of $2,500 for use of the space between 7am and 11pm.  SpotSeekers are required to provide their own catering, and are responsible for clean-up of the space after use. We allow cause-driven organizations and nonprofits to use the space free of charge because we enthusiastically support anyone working to make our community stronger!

Requests for after hours bookings will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. If you’re interested in an after hours booking, please let us know on your booking form.

Spot Information



  • Wi-Fi
  • Restrooms
  • ADA Accessible
  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Projector
  • Kitchenette
  • Whiteboard
  • Copier

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  1. reda

    I have hosted a number of events at John Palmer Art gallery, including a launch party for a new venture, and class days for a local leadership development organization. Whether it’s a classroom or a party, my experience has always been positive here! The staff are very professional and easy to work with, and the space is fantastic. I will definitely use this space again.

    October 9, 2018 at 9:58 am Reply

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