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When you need space to work in Dallas, you can find it on LiquidSpace. Use our handy guide to help you choose your favorite among Dallas neighborhoods.
Professionals converge upon Downtown every weekday to turn this cosmopolitan neighborhood into the epicenter of business in the Dallas–Fort Worth area. If you’re looking for a workspace with a metropolitan feel, check out Eighteen100 Dallas, which has plenty of options on varying terms.
With luxury amenities plus amazing views, you can’t go wrong with any of the workspaces at Eighteen100 Dallas. Downtown is more than just a skyline. There are plenty of attractions in the area, and it’s just as lively during nights and weekends as it is during the week. Lots of the offices here are in the Central Business District and Turtle Creek. With tons of dining, nightlife, and workspace options, this neighborhood is a great option for active teams. If your company wants to be among the top businesses in North Dallas you should start your search in Downtown.
There’s a fledgling urban spirit in uptown, which makes it a favorite for young and established companies alike. Uptown Dallas is an upscale alternative to Downtown, but that doesn’t mean it has to be out of reach for your company. In fact, there are plenty of affordable options in this neighborhood. A perfect space for your growing team is this altSpace in Dallas, which LiquidSpace will fit-out with predesigned kit-of-parts options according to your needs. Here’s what this altSpace could look like for your team:
If you choose Uptown as the neighborhood for your next office, you’ll join firms like Goldman Sachs, Boston Consulting Group, and Bain & Company. This beautifully diverse neighborhood has everything from antiques to boutiques, and is a thriving alternative to downtown.
Once a hotbed of jazz and blues music, Deep Ellum is the hipster central of Dallas today. The workspace options here reflect the diverse cultures in the neighborhood. Check out the Dallas GeniusDen to get a feel for the cool vibes in Deep Ellum.
Whether you’re a creative company seeking a neighborhood to suit your company culture, or a more traditional business that wants to be in one of the coolest parts of town, Deep Ellum is a great neighborhood to choose.
North Dallas has plenty of workspace, but most of it is concentrated in a few commercial areas. The Preston Center, the Platinum Corridor, and the Telecom Corridor are the three main commercial districts in this neighborhood. One of the coolest venues in the area is CUBExec, which has monthly and hourly options to suit professionals and small, growing teams.
Texas Instruments is perhaps the best known company in North Dallas. There are also plenty of arts and culture venues in this neighborhood. The Museum of Biblical Art offers a view into the history of religious art, with sculptures, paintings, and more. You’ll also find an interesting mix of food in this high class neighborhood. Get to know North Dallas and it might be the neighborhood for your next office.
Connecting the northern suburbs of Dallas to the city center, Far North Dallas is socially and economically tied to Richardson and Addison, inner suburbs nearby. A lively vibrant area, you can really sense the bright community of this neighborhood when working at Boxer on 13150 Coit Road. See their space:
Everyone from doctors and lawyers, to musicians and artists call Far North Dallas their home. There plenty of retailers in the neighborhood, but the area is somewhat suburban. This low-key neighborhood has some great deals and it’s close to plenty of homes, so it would be a fit for all kinds of teams.
The Park Cities include Highland Park and the city of University Park, creating an interesting mix of communities. At Foundry Club at Mockingbird Station you can enjoy this mix of cultures. This large space is home to many professionals and companies. Check it out:
Being one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Dallas-Fort Worth, office space prices are also some of the most expensive in the city – but it’s worth it. The architecture here consists of a gorgeous mix of estates, mansions, and boutiques in various tree-lined neighborhoods. You can find a truly unique property in Park Cities. Give this neighborhood a second look if you want an office space that you can call your own.
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