Workhaus Lodge Relaunching as SpryRocket to Re-invigorate Dallas Coworking Scene

Remember Workhaus Lodge? Well, you may not… It was a small coworking space in the Lower Greenville area of Dallas that was opened by Ben Jenkins, Joshua Nimmo, and Brant McFarlain in 2010, but it never took off like they wanted to.

Now, Nimmo and McFarlain have partnered with Dallas entrepreneur and investor David Thach to re-launch the space with the time, effort and money needed to make it successful.

The trio has spent a significant amount of resources to remodel and re-brand the space, now known as SpryRocket, and they want you to come check it out. They will be holding a grand opening party complete with beer and margaritas this Thursday. You can RSVP HERE.

Some of the new additions to the facility include a conference room and telephone booths for private phone calls. For a full list of amenities you can check out their website.

SpryRocket is currently offering a specially discounted launch membership for only $98/month for 12 months if you join before March 22.


3723 Greenville Ave., Dallas

Rates : Membership of $98 a month for a spot, use of mailboxes, Wi-Fi, a printer/fax, a conference room and a kitchen. Lockers cost $12.50 a month.

Access: 24/7 with door key code.


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