Dallas gets a new coworking space this October, and its size and perks suit the Uptown address. The super modern and highly social Spaces Dallas opens at 1919 McKinney Ave. on October 17.
Founded in Amsterdam, Spaces Dallas offers more than just a location to hold meetings or send emails. The company’s culture focuses on creating a community of movers and shakers. This is its first foray into Texas.
“Spaces Dallas will provide an inspiring and flexible environment for the region’s most innovative business leaders to work productively and connect with one another,” says Stephen Farley, Regus CEO, North America, the corporation behind the Dallas debut.
Entrepreneurs and freelancers can snag coworking spaces via memberships tailored to their needs at the new 15,000-square-foot space that also includes flexible common areas and 5,000 square feet of outdoor workspace. Over 200 private offices and three meeting rooms outfitted with the latest in communication and presentation tech mean the sky’s the limit for collaborative meetings.
And the atmosphere is pretty sweet too: hardwood floors, rustic brick walls, modern furnishings, and light-flooded work areas merge professionalism with the relaxed feel of your favorite coffee shop. But unlike coffee shops, the focus is on mingling with other Dallasites ready to share ideas and make friends.
“As the largest coworking space in the Dallas market, Spaces Dallas is redefining the way work is done, providing a contemporary, social, and inspiring environment with a real focus on community,” says Martijn Roordink, co-founder of Spaces.
Part of that community includes services like dry cleaning, floral arrangements, unlimited access to the Wi-Fi system, and an on-site coffee shop. Members can also take advantage of the 24/7 access to the building, as well as access to other Regus and Spaces locations across the globe. Memberships start at $270 per month and office rentals start at $669 per month.