A New York-based shared office concept is bringing its first upscale coworking concept to the Dallas Arts District with the help of Dallas developer Craig Hall, who recently invested an undisclosed sum in the company.
Along with being an investor, Hall will be the landlord for Serendipity Labs Coworking, which plans to open its 29,000-square-foot Texas hub on the 17th floor and ground floor of KPMG Plaza at Hall Arts…
This kind of workplace helps spur innovation, support worker mobility and recruit top talent, Hall said, adding that Serendipity’s high-level of hospitality helped seal the deal.
The hub-like office in the Dallas Arts District will serve as a launching pad for other Serendipity Labs Coworking offices in North Texas. Last year, the company announced plans to open nine locations in the region.
“We think there is enough pent-up demand in Dallas-Fort Worth to justify eight really good locations,” said Doug Denman, president of Worth Coworking. “We have begun looking at the markets we will want to be in.”
Source: Candace Carlisle, “New York-based shared office concept to put Texas hub in Arts District,” Dallas Business Journal