New York-based Industrious is planning a $20 million expansion in North Texas.
According to the Dallas Business Journal’s Candace Carlisle, the coworking company’s growing footprint could bring up to eight new locations to the area.
Industrious CEO and Co-founder Jamie Hodari told the Business Journal that his goal is to have an Industrious in most major areas of Dallas. The coworking concept expects to offer business professionals wider flexibility with multiple office locations.
“Dallas isn’t just a tech startup community, but it’s got a diverse group of businesses with a healthy business scene.”
“A client can work in the Arts District location, but if you need to hold a meeting in Preston Center — we have you covered,” Hodari told the Business Journal . “Or if you need to work out of Fort Worth for the day and you don’t want to go back to the Arts District office — we have you covered. It is going to be totally transformative for people.”
The coworking company opened its first North Texas location within One Arts Plaza in the Dallas Arts District. That location exceeded the company’s initial expectations, according to the Business Journal.
“Dallas is beating our projections for the city, which is always really nice,” Hodari told the Business Journal.”Dallas isn’t just a tech startup community, but it’s got a diverse group of businesses with a healthy business scene.”
Photos courtesy of Industrious/Sommer Communications Group
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