Unorthodox Office Leases | Millenial Office Space

For the next generation of workers, an office space is much more of a destination location than it was in the past. Businesses that hire Millennials have likely found that if they design an office lease that is conducive to collaboration, they are better able to attract and retain these younger workers.

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Dallas Office Space

Do you have a great idea for a new company? If so, you may be able to work from your home temporarily as you work out your business plan and figure out how many people you will initially employ, what kind of audience you are targeting with your goods or services, and what your supply chain or other logistical requirements will be. As you become more certain about your plans and the requirements to reach your goals, it will be time to get some Dallas office space.

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Startup Office Space Dallas

Finding a startup office space in Dallas, TX can be difficult for new business owners that aren’t sure what exactly they are looking for. Whether it’s a low budget tech firm or a headquarters for a new local eatery, one of the best places to look for a startup office space is Dallas, TX.

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High-end bowling alley rolls into Dallas retail space

The Shops at Park Lane in Dallas, Texas contains dozens of stores and restaurants in an outdoor mall setting, allowing shoppers to spend hours outside if they so desire. The shops sit on a 33.5 acre space, so there is always room for additional development. With this in mind, two Southern Methodist University graduates want to bring an American pastime - with a contemporary twist - to the area.

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Dallas begins rebuilding after devastating tornadoes

Tenants of Dallas office space received a scare earlier this week when a series of violent tornadoes swept through Northeast Texas, destroying homes, upsetting flight patterns out of Dallas/Fort Worth National Airport and sending tractor trailors into the air.

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Lending for commercial real estate increases in Q4 2011

For the first time since 2010, U.S. banks committed more in lending to commercial real estate projects than they did in the previous quarter, according to a national report. With improved access to financing, more businesses may have the financial backing needed to consider securing office space for rent in top metros such as Dallas, Houston or New York City.

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