Dallas is one of the largest entrepreneur cities in the world.
Businesses tend to thrive in the bustling city. Due to the massive population, the opportunities are endless.
In general, companies prefer to position themselves geographically within, or near to their industry niche.
While the Dallas office market growth is currently in a slower phase, the upcoming development of the new Toyota plant is expected to dramatically increase population and demand for various resources.
Some of the biggest tenants that currently reside in Dallas include AT&T, Ericsson, Nokia, American Airlines, RadioShack. JCPenney, Mary Kay Cosmetics and Fossil.
Dallas is also home to a great number of advertising and marketing companies.
There is only a small variation in pricing as far as office space in Dallas goes.
The city does not boast one primary “hot spot” in terms of office location, but rather multiple different niche locations for certain types of businesses.
As a result, different companies will be drawn to many different areas, creating a somewhat geographically even demand for office space.
In general, office space ranges from about $800 to $1200 per person per month.
The average single office in Dallas can comfortably accommodate two-to-three people.
However, as per usual, the office sizes in general are determined by the type of businesses and industries they support.
People are also opting to use serviced offices these days over regular offices as they tend to be more cost-effective and flexible in terms of lease commitments.
Instant Offices are able to accommodate people in an individual capacity right through to large groups, depending on the specifics.
Why choose Dallas?
Dallas is a well-established business hub hosting a diverse range of thriving industries.
As a result, businesses are presented with a rich array of opportunity and potential.
With everything one could need only 30 minutes away or less, the city provides locals with an attractively convenient place to live and work.
Five things you probably didn't know about Dallas:
- Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest in the world and is larger in size than Manhattan Island
- Spanning 68 acres, the Dallas Arts District is the largest continuous arts district in the country
- The microchip was invented in Dallas in 1958 by Jack S. Kilby and helped pave the way for mobile phones and PCs
- Dallas is home to 18 Fortune 500 companies
- Most importantly, our U.S. headquarters are located here!