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“These spaces will reflect our new brand,” Worksuites CEO Flip Howard said in a statement. “The new look and feel, technological enhancements, and expanded menu of flexible office solutions have all been designed after listening to the needs of our entrepreneurs and corporate clients.
“The demand for all types of flexible workspace is growing exponentially, and we are excited to bring our brand of private, productive, professional offices to new locations,” Howard said. “These are not the boring executive suites of 10 years ago, nor are they the casual open spaces filled with beer kegs and pingpong tables from five years ago.”
Worksuites operates more than a dozen locations in North Texas plus facilities in the Houston area. The company provides private office space, coworking space and meeting facilities.
The company said it plans to open five more offices in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and Houston this year.
John Pelletier and Greg Burns of ESRP negotiated the new Plano lease with Ward Eastman and Trey Smith of Cushman & Wakefield.
John Pelletier and Greg Burns of ESRP negotiated the Uptown lease with Ahnie Sheehy of JLL.
North Texas is one of the fastest-growing shared office markets in the country, with more than 1.5 million square feet of coworking space in operation or announced by multiple firms.