Coworking Spaces on the Rise in DFW

Entrepreneurs, startups, and freelancers have a multitude of options to choose from across North Texas.


Coworking spaces are popping up fast as more entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small startups look for laid-back office spaces.

CultureMap Dallas made a comprehensive list of all the coworking spaces from The Werx in McKinney to Stoke in Denton, the coLAB Workspace in Fort Worth and The Dallas Entrepreneur Center in downtown Dallas.

Many of the coworking spaces have mentors who can help a small company navigate challenges and grow.

Rates vary by location, but some offer daily rates at low as $20 and monthly rates start at $75 for open seating space. The list includes pricing and other information for each space.

Heather Gregory leads a morning huddle with the coworkers and entrepreneurs that use the space in Stoke to run their business.

Heather Gregory leads a morning huddle with the coworkers and entrepreneurs that use the Denton coworking space in Stoke to run their business. [ Photo: Sarah Bradbury ]

Daron Babcock of Bonton Farms speaking at The Grove

Daron Babcock of Bonton Farms speaking at The Grove in October. [ Photo: Rache Photography ]

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