Conscious Coworking: GoodWork Hosting Preview Week at 1808 Building in The Cedars

The soft opening is ahead of a reception scheduled for the evening of Thursday, Jan. 11, at the renovated warehouse building in The Cedars.

GoodWork

GoodWork is opening its new conscious coworking community to new members and guests beginning today for Preview Week at 1808 S. Good Latimer in Dallas.

That soft opening is ahead of a reception scheduled for the evening of Thursday, Jan. 11, GoodWork said in a release.

“I’m excited to launch a wellness-driven coworking concept that connects the dots between impact for people, planet, and profit for entrepreneurs,” GoodWork co-founder Amy King said in the release.

GoodWork is designed to “inspire individuals and organizations to integrate wellness and sustainability into their work for greater productivity and impact,” the release said.

“I’m excited to launch a wellness-driven coworking concept that connects the dots between impact for people, planet, and profit for entrepreneurs.”
Amy King

It’s the first coworking space to pursue WELL Building Certification, a rating systems that is aimed at improving focus, productivity, and wellbeing for its members. It is one of the first solar-powered coworking spaces in the world, GoodWork said in a statement.

The new space seeks to serve the needs of active entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives, and small business owners who are looking for 24/7 meeting and office space.

GoodWork said it welcomes women- and minority-owned businesses and freelancers via partnerships, programming, mentoring programs, and as a hub for education and inspiration.

The coworking space encompasses roughly 15,000 of the 60,000-square-foot 1808 building, with dozens of offices and conference space available.

GOODWORK IS IN RENOVATED HISTORIC WAREHOUSE

1808 S. Good Latimer Expressway is a newly renovated historic warehouse in the Cedars’ Produce District adjacent to downtown Dallas.

GoodWork is locally owned, and was founded by King, a conscious-company and brand strategist, and industrial designer and LOFTwall founder & CEO Steve Kinder.

Chelsea M’Lynn Miller is manager and lead catalyst.

The building’s owners are pursuing LEED Gold certification, and it was designed by environmental architect Gary Olp, FAIA, LEED Fellow.

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