WeWork Bringing its Coworking Concept to Plano

The New York-based coworking company will open its third DFW space this summer.


WeWork will open another coworking space this summer in Plano. 

It will be the third Dallas-Fort Worth area space for the New York-based coworking company. Other locations include one in Uptown and a soon-to-be opened office in downtown Dallas’ Thanksgiving Tower. 

The Plano space will be at 7400 Windrose Ave. in the Legacy West complex and have room for more than 500 members. WeWork will join Common Desk, which announced plans in January for its Plano location in the Granite Park development. 

“At this location, members will be at the center of Plano’s vibrant culture and have easy access to the numerous restaurants, shops, and businesses that are within walking distance of WeWork Plano,” said Adam Wacenske, WeWork general manager for the southern region. 

To learn more about the space, visit the WeWork website.

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