In recent years, the tech industry has expanded out of Silicon Valley and into other American cities. One prominent urban area experiencing a huge tech boom is Dallas-Fort Worth. Dallas is now the third most populous city in Texas and the ninth in the United States. With the arrival of many innovative tech companies and start-ups, more companies and freelancers are choosing to work out of coworking spaces in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
The good news for these companies and freelancers is there are many coworking options to choose from in the DFW Metroplex. Depending on your needs and wants, you can choose to work at a coworking space that is best suited for you.
Below you will find the top five Dallas-Fort Worth coworking spaces.
With soon-to-be seven locations around Dallas-Fort Worth, Caddo is the best option for someone looking to work away from home, while staying close to home. Caddo locations are strategically located in neighborhoods, so you can save time and money on your commute. All Caddo locations feature ample conference rooms, building management, fast internet, 24/7 access and more.
Caddo offers coworking options that work for everyone. Caddo memberships include:
- Day Membership: A daily, pay-as-you-go option that gets you out of your home for the day.
- Social Membership: You can grab a desk at any Caddo location and get working. A monthly Social Membership gets you 24/7 access and all the other great Caddo perks.
- Office Membership: Get some space and privacy with a private, lockable office suite.
Caddo Office Reimagined is a great place to work from if you’re looking for 24/7 access to a space that has amenities and isn’t too far from home.
Common Desk Oak Cliff is a popular South Dallas location with a great atmosphere. It’s located near Bishop Arts and is surrounded by great art, popular restaurants and local shops. This coworking space is member-access only and smaller than others. This means, there is no building staff working there, which makes the building self-sufficient and priced lower than other coworking locations.
Common Desk Oak Cliff is a great coworking option if you’re not needing any additional amenities or an on-site building manager and just need a place to work. You can get all the perks of working in a vibrant neighborhood, without the same price-tag.
Good Coworking is a flexible and diverse coworking space near Deep Ellum. The space is large, bright, and great for creatives, freelancers and mid-size companies. Good Coworking holds an emphasis on indoor/outdoor work areas and is committed to green coworking. Being a member at Good Coworking gets you access to a lively atmosphere, monthly events, and more.
Good Coworking has seven membership options, so you’ll likely find an option that works for you and your team. Some of their memberships include a virtual mailbox, a 10-day Passbook, and Think Tank sessions.
WeWork 505 Main Street is located in the heart of FortWorth, a hub of business, culture and entertainment. It has an outdoor terrace, bike storage, and some other great amenities that come with most coworking spaces.
WeWork 505 Main Street is priced a bit higher than other coworking spaces, particularly for private offices, but being a member there grants you access to a large global network of WeWork locations. If you’re based in Fort Worth and travel often, WeWork 505 Main Street is a great option for you.
WeWork offers On Demand day passes, monthly All-Access passes and private offices.
Hatchways Workspace is a shared office located right by the Perot Museum of Nature and Science on the outskirts of downtown Dallas. This coworking space is different from others for a few reasons. First, it doesn’t offer private office suites, so memberships are four tiers of drop-in days, going from a day pass to an unlimited membership. Access for all membership types is from 8AM-7PM, Monday through Friday.
Hatchways Café is located inside Hatchways Workspace, and offers casual food to fuel up both Hatchways members and the public. Hatchways Workspace is a good coworking option if you want to work in an energizing atmosphere a few times a week, but don’t want to head to a regular coffee shop.
The bottom line
There are many great coworking spaces popping up all over Dallas-Fort Worth. If you’re interested in learning more about Caddo Office Reimagined, reach out here to book a tour at one of our locations that works best for you.