As the U.S. remote workforce has grown steadily larger, there has been an increasing demand for sustainable remote workspaces. While plenty of folks still opt for working from home or the neighborhood coffee shop, there are many reasons why these spaces may not provide a healthy, productive work environment.
Coworking organizations like WeWork have filled the need for dedicated remote workspaces by creating beautiful offices across the country (and around the globe). These spaces, which are currently being leveraged by companies like Facebook and Microsoft, also create opportunities for remote workers to network and foster community with other like-minded individuals.
In this guide, we’ll go over the top 7 coworking spaces in Dallas-Fort Worth, including each organization’s pricing model, coworking locations, and more.
WeWork is perhaps the fastest-growing coworking network in existence today. Their competitive prices, beautiful office spaces, and generous amenities make them our top choice for coworking in Dallas-Fort Worth.
WeWork advertises fast internet, daily cleaning, IT support, 24/7 building access, office supplies, craft beer on draft, bike storage, business-class printers, micro-roasted coffee, private phone booths, and mail and package handling.
WeWork’s pricing is divided into three categories: hot desks, dedicated desks and private offices. Below is the price range for each (depending on location). Note that not all categories are available in each location:
Common Desk has multiple locations across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, with several available coworking membership options. Members are permitted to work out of any location.
Common Desk advertises amenities such as high-speed WiFi, access to conference rooms, unlimited coffee, beer on tap, free parking, and treadmill desks.
Serendipity Labs operates out of a single location in Dallas’ Arts District, with space on the first and seventeenth floors of the building.
The space features 24/7 building access, high-speed internet, complimentary coffee, printing services, and access to meeting rooms.
Industrious, a company with a national coworking footprint, has one location in Dallas and another in nearby Plano.
They advertise high-speed internet, unlimited printing, access to conference rooms, a coffee bar and lounge, and relaxation rooms.
GoodWork emphasizes a commitment to “sustainability and wellness” and operates out of a single location in Dallas — a renovated building seeking LEED Gold Certification.
There are multiple membership options, and GoodWork advertises 24/7 building access, conference room facilities, bike share access, and wellness classes.
Another coworking company with a national presence, Novel Coworking has one location in Dallas — the Katy Building, which overlooks the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza.
Novel advertises 24/7 building access, direct fiber internet, conference rooms, beer on tap, an espresso bar, and company logos displayed at reception and on private office doors.
The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC) is a nonprofit organization that offers coworking space and acts as a hub for education, advocacy, and community events.
The DEC advertises printing services, conference room access, coffee and beer, parking, free notary services, and a discount on DART rail service passes.
Whether you work in graphic design, software development, or any other field that calls for a remote workspace, we trust that WeWork will have an office in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that suits your needs.
That said, if you’re looking for the least expensive coworking space possible, or perhaps an office in a specific part of town, there are many other worthwhile options on this list. We encourage you to compare prices, locations, amenities and other important factors before deciding which coworking space is right for you.