Dallas Morning News
By Steve Brown
Caddo Office Reimagined is growing with its first location in Tarrant County.
A Plano-based flexible office space firm is working on a new project in North Richland Hills.
Caddo Office Reimagined has built a series of coworking and flexible office centers in the Dallas area. The company, which got its start in 2019 in Dallas’ Lakewood neighborhood, has since opened seven more locations in the suburbs. The Caddo facilities offer memberships and rent everything from coworking spaces to private offices.
The company most recently opened a new office near Bush Turnpike in Plano.
Caddo is now working on a large office in North Richland Hills. The more than 40,000-square-foot flexible office space will be on Davis Boulevard, according to planning documents filed with the state. The two-story office space is set to open later this year.
It’s one of several flexible office companies growing their footprints in North Texas.
Lucid Private Offices just announced plans for a new coworking office at International Business Park at 6275 W. Plano Parkway in Plano. Dallas’ Common Desk is building a new location in the Hill shopping center on North Central Expressway at Walnut Hill Lane.
Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the country’s fastest-growing coworking markets, with more than 121 office centers.
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