The new shared office center will take up more than half of the office space in West Plano Village.
“A mixed-use environment is well suited for a coworking concept like Spaces,” David Palmer, executive vice president of development for Weitzman, said in a statement. “Spaces’ first-story space is located in the midst of the restaurants at the center of the project, adding an urban synergy.
“West Plano Village offers a walkable, intimate setting where all of the uses, from retail to office to residential, are steps away from each other, and the configuration of the buildings is such that all of the uses are easily visible.”
West Plano village includes 90,000 square feet of retail space on the east side of the tollway and 60,000 square feet of offices.
A 264-unit apartment community built by Amli Residential is also part of the overall development.
Retail tenants in the project include EatZi’s Market & Bakery, Kona Grill, Princi Italia, Mi Dia From Scratch and The Royale. Salon Jose Eber, Nasr Bros Jewelers, Charles Schwab, AT&T and Pinkberry also have locations in the center.
Fults Commercial and Weitzman handled negotiations for the new Spaces coworking center CBRE.
Spaces already has North Texas locations in Uptown on McKinney Avenue and in Southlake. It’s an affiliate of executive suite firm Regus.
Spaces is one of a growing number of shared office companies that are quickly expanding their footprint in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The company is a unit of Amsterdam-based International Workplace Group.
WeWork, Common Desk, Venture X and other coworking firms also have locations in Plano.