Commercial Real Estate

WorkSuites Opens Largest Dallas Location

The new 30,000 square-foot location holds over 140 offices and spans two full floors

Coworking company WorkSuites is opening another Dallas location at 4131 North Central Expressway–the largest yet for the companies Dallas-Forth Worth portfolio.

Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the country’s fastest-growing shared office markets, with more than 3 million square feet of coworking space. The new location will be the fifth WorkSuites has opened within the last year; its nineteenth location in Dallas-Fort Worth; and ninth location in Dallas.

“It is no secret that Uptown has been hot forever, and Central Expressway from about Mockingbird Lane to Walnut Hill has been hot for a very long time as well,” says WorkSuites Founder and CEO Flip Howard. “We have multiple locations in both submarkets that have been top performers for us for well over a decade, but we are really excited about what is happening along the Central Expressway corridor between downtown and SMU.”

WorkSuites is opening its ninth Dallas location at 4131 North Central Expressway.

The tower stands just north of the Knox/Henderson area. Howard said the location and combination of amenities and walkability are why they decided to make it their largest Dallas location.

The new location will occupy two full floors encompassing more than 140 offices over roughly 30,000 square feet in the office tower.

Some highlights of the building, Howard said, are “downtown views; executive suites; a board room; multiple conference rooms and team rooms; a variety of coworking spaces; a full-service coffee lounge; cafe; a fitness center, as well as the latest IT infrastructure.”

The last two locations WorkSuites opened both required expansions within six months of launching to accommodate demand.

A grand opening will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. March 4 at the office.

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