It's a Grand Opening

Dallas celebrants break in Common Desk's new Oak Cliff coworking space

Dallas celebrants break in Common Desk's new Oak Cliff coworking space

Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk recently celebrated its grand opening in Oak Cliff. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
An art installation by Kyle Sneed. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Celebrants at the Common Desk Oak Cliff grand opening. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
The Oak Cliff outpost is Common Desk's second. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff is about half the size of Deep Ellum. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Face painting was also part of the fun. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
The party included some live entertainment. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
In case you can't tell, Red Bull was a sponsor. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Guests snacked on goodies from Bolsa Mercado and Oak Cliff Creperie. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Reilly’s Whiskey provided some libations. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
The new coworking space in Oak Cliff is meant to be a more personal space than the one in Deep Ellum. Photo by Lindsey Miller
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening
Common Desk Oak Cliff Grand Opening

What: Common Desk grand opening celebration

Where: Common Desk Oak Cliff

The 411: Dallas coworking pioneer Common Desk has opened a second, more intimate outpost in hip Oak Cliff. The space is 6,000 square feet, so it’s meant to be a more personal working environment compared to its Deep Ellum counterpart, which is double the size. During the the recent grand opening celebration, guests dug into delicious treats by Bolsa Mercado and Oak Cliff Creperie and washed them down with drinks by Reilly’s Whiskey and the Manhattan Project Brewing. Games, face painting, and and art installation by Kyle Sneed encouraged guests to mingle and get familiar with the space.