Coworking Companies Team Up to Reboot Oak Cliff Location

Dallas-based coworking firm Common Desk is teaming up with another shared office provider that will take over its Oak Cliff location.Common Desk said it has invested in Her.HQ, "a female-focused coworking community and experiential workspace."Her.HQ now operates in a temporary location in downtown Dallas' Arts District.But starting in October the flexible workspace company will take over Common Desk's 4-year-old location on Davis Street in Oak Cliff."We're excited to open our first, permanent space and call Oak Cliff home," Cassi Oesterling, co-founder of Her.HQ, said in a statement. "The building offered so much of what we were looking for - a flood of natural light, plenty of open-air room, and good character."We can't wait to welcome our community and provide them with a comfortable place of empowerment. A space to work, unwind, network and grow."Common Desk - which now has several locations in North Texas - said it has out grown the Oak Cliff location. The X-year-old share office firm has locations in the West End, Deep Ellum, Richardson, Plano, Fort Worth and one opening in downtown Dallas' Trammell Crow Center.Her.HQ's new Oak Cliff center is being described as the company's flagship location."The women-focused coworking companies across the US are reimagining the way a coworking operator activates space, markets and engages members," Common Desk founder Nick Clark said in a statement. "We've been very impressed with Her.HQ's founders and are excited to both learn from them and assist in their growth across Texas."Common Desk recently announced a new investor - Coppell-based Varidesk - is providing funding for the 7-year-old company to expand its footprint.Coworking companies are one of the fastest growing segments of the North Texas office market, with more than 3 million square feet of space.  Continue reading...

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