30 Aug Co-Working Space Extends a Branch to Dallas
Dallas welcomes its newest member to the co-working community: The Grove.
Hailing originally from New Haven, Connecticut, the new locale can be found in 501 Elm, a historical building of Dallas (1902). The 3600 square-foot collaborative space will launch with a soft open on September 3rd and an anticipated grand opening on September 14th.
A variety of memberships are available ranging from a standard offer of a dedicated desk to a private office. All provide access to amenities like mentorship. Additionally, The Grove also has more benefit for businesses in mind.
“We will give you the resources you need to build your business but we’re also engaging in the conversation of social mission. How do we take all of this and do good for the city?” asks owner Justin Nygren.
The Grove anticipates the launch of their first project, Dream Dallas which will be born on September 20, as their members invite the community into the issue of public space on National Parking Day.
Utilizing social media to inquire public interest in solving local issues, Dream Dallas will host varying groups dedicated to making progress in the city.
Housing a wide variety of start-ups, The Grove community is already forming, promising an eclectic work environment for entrepreneurs and active leaders alike.
“We are a mix of the whole gambit of everybody who’s in co-working,” said Nygren. “We do start-ups, for profits, non-profits, creatives. The central idea is to create an ecosystem that allows all of them to thrive.”
For their inaugural month, The Grove offers a discount on their private office rate of over 300 dollars. This includes 2 full access memberships, private office space, and 30 meeting room hours per month.
For more information or inquiries, visit grovedallas.com.