Executive Suites and Office Space for Lease Dallas, TX

Want to grow your small business amidst full amenities — without breaking the bank? You’re in luck: Workstyle has a host of executive suites for rent in Dallas, TX! You’ll feel productive and at ease in any of our flexible office environments, whether you choose a simple desk space, a private office, or a multi-office configuration. That’s because you’ll be surrounded by Workstyle amenities like conference space, break areas, a lounge, a coffee bar, and more.


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In addition, we set a professional tone for you and your visitors with modern design elements and upscale finishes. Best of all, Workstyle suites come with an affordable rent, and are available throughout Dallas. Check out our locations and book a free tour before you rent office space!


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Looking for an executive suite location? Workstyle has flexible space and small offices for rent in Dallas, TX. Call our friendly staff for immediate rates, tours and availability!

Commercial Real Estate in Dallas

“The Big D” gets a solid “A” for its resilient economy, anchored by a high concentration of Fortune 500 companies, abundant tourist attractions, and a larger-than-life retail presence. But one key factor has kept it going strong in the past few years: its ability to cushion the blow of (and quickly bounce back from) the Great Recession.


The 1980s saw a boom in the Dallas real estate market, and included the construction of several of Downtown’s skyline structures. Between the late 1980s and the early 2000s, though, the market steadied. Texas managed to avoid the housing bubble that rocked the rest of the nation, thanks in part to less mortgage distress, and was thus spared much of the hardship of the Great Recession. In recent years, Dallas has emerged as a major force in the global real estate economy. CBRE’s Global Investor Intentions Survey 2015 ranked the city #7 on its list of top ten cities internationally for commercial real estate investment.


That may come as a surprise to those whose only exposure to Dallas comes from the decades-old television series of the same name. But for residents, it’s simply the logical culmination of the city’s numerous competitive advantages.


First and foremost, Dallas offers a convenient, centralized location. Its position in the Central Time Zone can be helpful in maximizing communication opportunities on both coasts. In addition, it’s less than a four-hour flight to all of North America’s major cities. DFW International Airport, the second largest airport in the U.S. and the sixth busiest airport in the world, leads the city’s stellar transportation infrastructure. Dallas also links to the global community via two Class I railroads, five interstate highways, a regional transit rail system (DART), and a second major airport at Dallas Love Field.


The growing number of residents in the Dallas – Fort Worth – Arlington (DFW) metro area signifies an upturn in the economy here. In fact, one-fifth of all Texans live in this region, making it the third most populous metro area in the nation. Small businesses make up nearly 80% of the 60,000+ companies in Dallas, while 100 corporate headquarters also call the city home. Fortune 500 companies in the area include AT&T, American Airlines, ExxonMobil, Frito-Lay, and Southwest Airlines.


Businesses reap the benefits of the 44 million visitors that flock to the DFW area annually. An abundance of retail shopping centers — more per capita than in any other U.S. city — draws in customers from near and far. The State Fair of Texas brings in approximately $350 million to the city each year, while professional sporting events and the 2,000,000-square-foot Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas attract visitors and residents all year ‘round.

Dallas at a Glance


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Dallas rank 3rd in the nation for tech talent and has been growing since 2010.

Commercial Growth

As an innovative and thriving global city, Dallas boasts a bevy of diverse industries including computer technology, telecommunication, energy, banking, healthcare and medical research, and transportation and logistics. Often called “Silicon Prairie,” the city has seen a 16.5 percent growth rate in tech talent since 2010 and ranks third in the nation for the largest tech talent pool. Additionally, the Telecom Corridor (just outside of Dallas in Richardson, TX) has become nationally known as a destination for telecom manufacturing employment.


Dallas yields industry growth in part by making itself financially attractive to business owners and investors. Texas does not impose personal or corporate income tax, and ranks as the 10th lowest among states in total state tax burden. A Dallas suite also has the lowest cost of living index among the ten largest U.S. cities. All things considered, many deem Dallas to have one of the best professional climates in the nation.




Dallas Office Space Considerations

While you search for office space in Dallas, keep a few things in mind. First, though Dallas has very mild winters, six months out of the year its average high temperature reaches at least 80°. You’ll want to choose an office building with a well-maintained heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. An efficient office layout can also help offset the cost of frequently running the air conditioning in hotter months. Our Dallas executive suites come serviced with on-site management and quick response. You can view a complete list of available office space for rent in Dallas on Boxer Property’s website.


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Workstyle flexible space at 1910 Pacific Avenue in Dallas, TX.

Also, consider the pros and cons of each potential location. Dallas has more than 4.6 million residents, as well as 340 square feet of land — a size larger than New York City and twice the size of New Orleans. This population and sprawl could mean dizzying commutes depending on where you choose to office. To lessen the stress of commuting and business travel, look into an office with easy access to one of the city’s five major interstates (I-20, I-30, I-35E, I-45, and I-635) or two major airports.


The three main business districts to consider when leasing commercial real estate in Dallas are Downtown, North Dallas, and the Telecom Corridor. Downtown contains the central business district, home to the metro area’s largest employment center with 134,000 jobs. Over the years, this district has expanded into surrounding neighborhoods and brought in more business opportunities to those communities. North Dallas features Fortune 500 companies like Frito-Lay, Dr Pepper, Neiman Marcus, JC Penney, and KFC/Pizza Hut, and has also become a mecca for upscale shopping. Meanwhile, Richardson’s Telecom Corridor is home to strong tech performers like Texas Instruments, Nokia, Cisco Systems, Sprint, Verizon, and Alcatel Lucent.


Due diligence into these and other factors — such as the availability of parking, flexibility of office space, and proximity to local businesses — can help you enjoy your new executive suite while you grow your business.