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Work smarter at one of these Dallas-Fort Worth coworking spaces

Work smarter at one of these Dallas-Fort Worth coworking spaces

Common Desk Deep Ellum
The original Deep Ellum location of Common Desk was so popular, the brand quickly expanded. Photo courtesy of Common Desk
Stoke Denton
Stoke members receive access to events, mentorships, high-speed internet, snacks, and printing services. Photo courtesy of Stoke
WELD
Photographers and graphic designers flock to Weld in the Dallas Design District. Photo courtesy of Weld
Level Office
Level Office has meeting rooms equipped for video conferencing, as well as beer on tap. Photo courtesy of Level Office
Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC)
The DEC's main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. Photo courtesy of The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
HeadSpace
HeadSpace has 24/7 access in Carrollton. Photo courtesy of HeadSpace
Nod Classroom
Nōd has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs and graphic designers to angel investors. Photo courtesy of Nōd
Spaces McKinney Avenue
Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Photo courtesy of Spaces McKinney Avenue
Common Desk Deep Ellum
Stoke Denton
WELD
Level Office
Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC)
HeadSpace
Nod Classroom
Spaces McKinney Avenue

As they say, "teamwork makes the dream work.” To wit: Coworking spaces are on the rise, providing refuge for startups and freelancers looking to break from the ubiquitous coffee shop.

More popping up across North Texas all the time means there are a slew of options that cater to every need. Rely on this comprehensive list of North Texas spaces, featuring establishments from Dallas to Fort Worth to Denton and everywhere in between, to find your next communal office space.

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events for the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a more established startup. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks, too. The building has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Common Desk
Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff, and Plano
What: A shared office experience providing professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community, and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful that the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were added within the past year.
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox-only)  

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Ensemble Coworking
Where: Fort Worth
What: Not sure coworking is for you? Ensemble offers a free trial day and multiple memberships to suit every professional’s unique needs. (There’s even a standing desk option for the health conscious.) Free, gated parking, state-of-the-art conference rooms and a fully stocked kitchen come standard.
Cost: $20/day drop-in rate, $150/month for part-time membership, $200/month for full-time membership, $300/month for dedicated desk, $400/month for dedicated sit/stand desk, $650/month for private office
Hours: 24/7 for all full-time members, 8:30 am-5:30 pm Monday-Friday for drop-ins and part-time members

Fort Work
Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area (with capacity for 250 seated), five conference rooms, an art gallery, and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speaker series, hackathons, and other events. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you.
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Foundry Club
Where: Mockingbird Station
What: Foundry Club offers upscale office amenities for small businesses and startups looking for a polished space among like-minded members. All plans include valet and garage parking, Wi-Fi and — wait for it — craft beer and wine.
Cost: $250/month for flex space and five hours of conference room time, $400/month for dedicated individual work space and five hours of conference room time, $1,200+ for dedicated office space
Hours: 7 am- 6 pm Monday-Friday and 7 am-1 pm Saturday for flex, 24/7 for everything else

GeniusDen Dallas
Where: Deep Ellum
What: It's a 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, but GeniusDen offers much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen, and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars, and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7

The Grove
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms, and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the just-north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art, and entertainment, and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices, and meeting spaces, plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing, and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

LIFT Office
Where: Grapevine
What: Just five minutes from DFW International Airport, LIFT is an energetic space that encourages collaboration. From private phone rooms to a kitchen stocked with bottomless coffee, amenities are plentiful. For those looking to network, there are monthly events such as the LIFT book review, LIFTing Leaders, and Monday morning LIFT Off, where a member shares one big business idea.
Cost: $25/day for day pass, $75/month for meeting package, $75/month for virtual membership, $200+/month for shared membership, $365+/month for dedicated desk, private offices coming soon 
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: In case you were wondering, it's pronounced "node," and it's for small businesses, individuals, and startups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks, or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nōd has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs and graphic designers to angel investors, and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building it's located in fool you; the interior is 100-percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts, and barista coffee to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs, and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier, and scanner services.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of four desks
Hours: 8 am-5 pm, 24/7 access for dedicated members

Weld
Where: Dallas Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, and one-person startups, you'll like Weld in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, Weld has studios for photography and equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600/month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. It primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for a dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk

Addison TreeHouse
Where: Addison
What: The TreeHouse was founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC). It’s a 501(c)3 focused on providing entrepreneurs and startups with the resources they need to grow their business. Look for monthly members-only events, along with special events open to the public.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $200/month for coworking space, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for coworking day passes, 7 am-8 pm for coworking members, 24/7 for dedicated members working spaces

coLAB Workspace
Where: Fort Worth
What: For the business that needs its own office, coLAB has 28 dedicated suites that offer enough room for a startup that’s a little more established. Of course, there’s a coworking space where you can rent desks. The building also has a conference room for up to 12 people and a courtyard for when you need to recharge under the sun. Look for a Downtown Dallas location to open this summer. (Members will have access to both locations at no additional charge.)
Cost: $150/month for coworking desk, $775/month for suite, $850/month for large suite
Hours: 5:30 am-7:30 pm Monday-Sunday for coworking, 24/7 for suites

Where: Deep Ellum, Oak Cliff and Plano
What: A shared office experience that provides professionals with a workspace conducive to productivity, community and good times. Common Desk Deep Ellum is the original location, and was so successful, the Oak Cliff and Plano locations were later added. 
Cost: $50/month for mailbox membership, $110/month for nights and weekends membership, $225/month for shared desk, $450+/month for dedicated desk, $900+/month for office
Hours: 5 pm-midnight Monday-Friday and 7 am-midnight Saturday-Sunday for nights and weekends membership, 7 am-midnight daily for everything else (excluding mailbox only)

The Dallas Entrepreneur Center
Where: West End
What: The DEC is a nonprofit organization offering open coworking and dedicated workspace, but its main draw is as an incubator for startups in pre- and post-revenue stages looking to accelerate. More than 100 mentors and advisors work with the DEC and startups, with the goal to build up Dallas’ small-business community. All levels are given 24/7 access.
Cost: $200/month for coworking, $300/month for dedicated desk, $750/month for dedicated office, $1,100/month for dedicated desk pod of four. Incubator prices are the same for all levels of dedicated, but there is a more stringent application process.
Hours: 24/7

Where: Downtown Dallas (wait, what?)
What: Fort Work is a two-story coworking space within Alto 211 downtown. It has 20,000 square feet, including the largest tech event space in the area, with capacity for 250 seated, five conference rooms, an art gallery and “the fastest Wi-Fi in Dallas.” Fort Work also offers seminars and conference venue management for workshops, speakers series, hackathons, et al. Take advantage of their free one-day trial to see if it’s for you. 
Cost: $125/month for flex desk, $200/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: Deep Ellum
What: A 10,000-square-foot incubator with executive offices and coworking space for fast-growth companies and local startups, GeniusDen distinguishes itself by providing much more than mere office space. It also matches early-stage founders with seasoned mentors and industry experts to promote growth, and provides capital resources. Amenities include high-speed Internet, wireless printing, a stocked kitchen and a bevy of nearby restaurants, bars and childcare options.
Cost: $50/month for remote membership, $200+/month for open seating, $400+/month for dedicated desk, $1,000+/month for small private office (seats 3-4), $1,500+/month for medium team office (seats 6-8), $2,000+/month for large team office (seats 8-10)
Hours: 24/7
 
Where: West End
What: For the social entrepreneur, The Grove offers more than 7,500 square feet that includes six private offices, six meeting rooms and common workspace. Memberships range from five days per month up to dedicated office space.
Cost: $95/month for part time, $175/month for full-time coworking, $200/month for 24/7 access, $350+/month for dedicated desk, $600+/month for private office
Hours: 8 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for part and full time, 24/7 for everything else

HeadSpace
Where: Carrollton
What: HeadSpace is for the north-of-Dallas creative who is looking to get a little structure without feeling cramped by bustling coffee shops. It offers 24/7 access for people in advertising, design, tech, art and entertainment and has open desk seating, dedicated desks, dedicated offices and meeting spaces plus a Skype lounge.
Cost: $199/month for open desk seating, $299/month for dedicated desk, $999 for private office, $1,500/month for HeadSpace Plus (accommodating 6-7)
Hours: 24/7

Level Office
Where: Downtown Dallas
What: Located in a building that was once home to the Missouri-Kansas-Texas railroad, Level Office is in the heart of the Historic District, walking distance from DART and the Dallas Courthouse. The space accommodates individuals in need of a desk up to 50+ person teams and everything in between. Whichever workspace you choose, you’ll be privy to 24-hour access and a bevy of amenities including on-site storage, meeting rooms equipped with video conferencing and a cocktail bar with local beer on tap.
Cost: $199/month for coworking space, $250/month for dedicated desk, $349+/month for private office, $2,999+/month for office suite
Hours: 24/7

Nōd
Where: Far North Dallas
What: First of all, it's pronounced Node, and it's for small businesses, individuals and start ups. There's the lounge, dedicated desks or offices and event spaces for large-group training sessions. Nod has mentors and advisors ranging from entrepreneurs to graphic designers to angel investors and recently added coding classes for kids and adults.
Cost: $175/month for coworking space, $275/month for dedicated desk, $625/month for private offices
Hours: 24/7

Spaces McKinney Avenue
Where: Uptown
What: Hailing from Amsterdam, Spaces is built on the idea that “success breeds more success.” Don’t let the historic building its located in fool you; the interior is 100 percent contemporary. Book a meeting room through the Spaces app or duck into a phone booth to field private calls — Spaces boasts a bevy of amenities, flexible contracts and barista coffee, to boot.
Cost: $200/month for half-day meeting rooms, $219/month for shared work spaces, $569/month for dedicated desk, $819/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

Stoke
Where: Denton
What: Located in the heart of Denton off of East Hickory Street, Stoke offers coworking and private office spaces for area freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups. Members receive access to Stoke-coordinated events, mentorship, conference rooms for group meetings, high-speed internet, coffee and snacks, and printer, copier and scanner services.  Stoke members also have access to working along side a diverse community of entrepreneurs and access to excellent member benefits.
Cost: $75/month for virtual membership, $150/month for coworking space ($20/day for drop-in), $250/month for dedicated desk, $550/month for dedicated office, $900/month for pod of 4 desks
Hours: 8am-5pm, dedicated members get 24/7 access.

WELD
Where: The Design District
What: If you're a shutterbug looking for a physical space where you'll be surrounded by other photographers, graphic designers, one-person start ups and the like, you'll like WELD down in the Design District. In addition to the desks and offices, WELD has studios for photography as well as equipment to supplement any gear you might be missing for your shoot.
Cost: $400/month for basic membership (access to coworking space), $600’month for private desk, $900+/month for private office
Hours: 24/7

The Werx
Where: McKinney
What: Located in McKinney's historic Cotton Mill, The Werx looks like a giant loft apartment. The Werx primarily caters to tech startups and works closely with the McKinney Economic Development Corporation and its Emerging Technology Program. Dedicated desk members also have access to the space's mentors.
Cost: $75/month for open seating, $150/month for dedicated desk. Private offices are also available.
Hours: 9 am-5 pm Monday-Friday for open seating, 6 am-midnight Monday-Sunday for dedicated desk