WeWork Lassoes First Fort Worth Spot, Will Open in 2018

The new coworking space will have room for 850 members and private office space for up to 36 employees. 

Clockwise from left: WeWork unique coworking spaces in Seattle, DC, LA, Varsovia (Mexico), Boston, and Soho.

WeWork is officially setting up shop in Cowtown. 

The New York-based coworking company announced Thursday it plans to open its first Fort Worth location in 2018.

The coworking space will be in the Offices at Clearfork at 5049 Edwards Ranch Road. It will have room for 850 members and private office space for up to 36 employees. 

As part of the 270-acre Clearfork development, Fort Worth members will have access to restaurants, medical facilities, apartments, green space, and retail shops nearby. 

“We’re encouraged by the interest and growth we’ve seen in the metroplex, and we’re excited to bring our community to Fort Worth.” 
Adam Wacenske

It will be WeWork’s fourth location in Dallas-Fort Worth. It currently operates offices in Uptown and Thanksgiving Tower in Dallas. Its newest area space in Plano’s Legacy West development is the company’s first suburban location.

The growing demand for WeWork Legacy West has led the company to double its space there, which will add room for an additional 560 members in 2018.

Pricing hasn’t been set for Fort Worth, but dedicated desks at other North Texas locations range from $350-$500 a month.

“WeWork builds more than just beautiful work spaces, we aim to build communities that help people collaborate and thrive,” said Adam Wacenske, WeWork’s general manager for the South, in a release. “We’re encouraged by the interest and growth we’ve seen in the metroplex, and we’re excited to bring our community to Fort Worth.”

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Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Miguel McKelvey set the design aesthetics in its early days and helped build out WeWork’s interior design brand, according to FastCoDesign. The company's common spaces have a distinct aesthetic and vibe unique to each community.

Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Miguel McKelvey set the design aesthetics in its early days and helped build out WeWork’s interior design brand, according to FastCoDesign. The company’s common spaces have a distinct aesthetic and vibe unique to each community.

Here’s a look at other WeWork locations, in the U.S. and beyond.

WeWork in Seattle

Seattle

WeWork in Boston

Boston

WeWork in Philadelphia

Philadelphia

Soho

Berlin

New York City

Los Angeles

Varsovia, Mexico


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