June 12, 2019– Stream Realty Partners (Stream) – a national real estate development, services and investment firm, is representing Common Desk in its latest expansion – Trammell Crow Center – an iconic Class AA office tower and mixed-use development located in Dallas’s Arts District.
Common Desk is working with Stream’s leasing and management team to feature new workspace options that accentuate the building’s traditional office space. Common Desk and Stream are partnering to attract users to the new enterprise suites.
“We’re excited to expand our offerings downtown to provide what we believe to be the best in the current coworking market,” said Dawson Williams, head of growth and real estate for Common Desk. “We’ve put an incredible amount of time and effort into creating spaces that are exceptional and upscale.”
Common Desk has recognized the global trend in using coworking models to attract and retain talent, while reducing overhead cost. Enterprise Coworking is the use of a highly-serviced, flexible working environment by a wide range of diverse companies and enterprises who share resources and ideas as one community.
Pre-leasing is now available at Common Desk – Trammell Crow Center (TCC), which will encompass 52,000 square feet of on the seventh and eight floors of the building. The majority of the eighth floor will be dedicated to enterprise users, where teams of 15-100 employees can enjoy turn-key suites at a highly-competitive price point. The cutting-edge space will offer all-inclusive amenities including a coffee bar, golf simulator, speak-easy-style bar, game lounge, mail services and conference rooms.
Stream’s Senior Vice President, Sara Terry and Vice President, Scott Sowanick, are representing Common Desk in the leasing and management of the available coworking space.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Common Desk on this incredible opportunity to meet the growing coworking demand,” said Terry. “This is one of the finest, most amenity-rich coworking spaces in Dallas. More enterprise businesses will want to have the opportunity to office in this trophy asset.”