The Cordish Companies and Texas Rangers have announced the opening of Spark Arlington, a two-level, 30,000-square-foot collaborative workspace located inside Choctaw Stadium, the Rangers’ former ballpark.
Dallas Innovates offered a first look at Spark Arlington in a story last June. The workspace offers dedicated and nondedicated workstations, 61 private offices, 17 suites, top-of-the-line services, and hospitality-focused amenities including workspace and balconies with views of Globe Life Field and Choctaw Stadium’s repurposed infield.
“The opening of Spark Arlington represents a major step in the growth of collaborative business enterprise in the Entertainment District,” Texas Rangers Managing Partner and Majority Owner Ray Davis said in a statement. “It’s also another example of how Choctaw Stadium has been successfully repurposed to be a vital part of the development in this area.”
The opening of Spark Arlington continues the momentum of nearly $1 billion of new development under construction in the Arlington Entertainment District, including the forthcoming Loews Arlington Hotel & Convention Center, the National Medal of Honor Museum, and One Rangers Way luxury residential building.
23 member companies joined Spark Arlington before its official launch
“When we opened the doors of our first Spark Coworking in the Baltimore ecosystem seven years ago, our mission was to be a catalyst for advancing entrepreneurship to support growing startups and businesses through creative space and community,” said Shervonne Cherry, director of partnerships and community for Spark Coworking. “Spark is more than just a place to sit down and plug in your laptop—we’re a community designed to spark innovation and provide a concierge-focus approach to our members with first-class amenities, network and resources.”
“It’s incredible to see how fast Spark Arlington has become a vital part of the Arlington entrepreneurial ecosystem, welcoming over 20 inaugural member companies before officially launching,” Cherry added.
Companies that have already become members of Spark Arlington include:
- ANKR Agency
- BGD Digital Marketing
- Done Staffing
- Drinks 2 Order
- Estrada Habatim Holdings
- Higgins & Thornton Consulting Services
- Hurtado BBQ
- Lone Star Drones
- McClelland Law
- Michael Dailey Companies
- National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation
- Office of Rep Roger Williams
- Office of Tony Tinderholt
- One Rangers Way
- Park Place Power
- Rodriguez & Associates Financial Services
- Scudder Storycraft
- VanDella Menifee
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