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Trying to find the ideal executive office suite or commercial office space in Dallas or Fort Worth is an exhausting and time consuming process. The Great Recession has made for even tougher economic times, weakening the economy and making it necessary for all companies (or individuals like finance firms, ad agencies and marketing firms, etc) to find the ideal commercial office spaces with the most value. Officespaceheaven.com offers a free service and has a proven track record to help any sized business be successful with their search for commercial office space. The third largest city in the Lone Star State has a population of 1.2 million people and is none other than Dallas. The city is a major economic center of the surrounding areas of Forth Worth and Arlington and has a metropolitan population of 6.3 million people. The city has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years and has been a major hub for high technology with many major companies in the area, as well as higher education centers dedicated to giving multimedia students a chance at growing in their vocation with relative ease. Other areas we service in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area are Keller, Mineral Wells, Mckinney, Metro, Mesquite, Preston and Grand Prairie. We also offer office space in San Antonio, Austin and Houston.

Office Space Rates

The greater Dallas area has a plethora of new commercial developments and many different office spaces in the area. Office space has been known to start at under $500 a month for furnished offces all over Dallas.  The business centers in our network offer spaces that start at 99 sq ft and can go up to 1000 sq ft for those larger team space(call center, sales teams) needs. These rental rates include those of executive suites, large temporary offices and full furnished office suites. Prices can vary depending on building size and type of floorplan. Because of the many landlords looking to fill their office buildings, tenants should negotiate their lease agreement prior to move in. See our office space articles for more info.  Some of the more popular Dallas office spaces for rent include locations on Cedar Springs, Pacific Avenue, Turtle Creek, North Haskell, and Mckinney Avenue just to name a few.  These professional (sometimes hi rise) office buildings are move in ready and provide a larger corporation, or private start up an opportunity to rent a classy office space on a short term lease.  Our network is updated daily with new office listings across the country and all over Texas.  If you need to find warehouse space in Dallas, retail units for lease in Dallas, or just a larger commercial office space we can help also.

When you are renting Dallas executive office suites you should be selective. There are a variety of floor plans and square footage so one should search for a suite that suits the needs of the company. One should negotiate lease agreements to the fullest benefit as well. Most of the executive suites are designed to cater to the business needs of their modern clients that come from all over the world.  Typical renters include lawyers, agents, mortgage, PR, finance, marketing, etc.

Office Amenities:

The basic amenities that these Dallas executive office suites offer are Broadband internet, ISDN services along with extra facilities like car parking, café, swimming pool, showers, fitness center, sundry shop, audio visual training room facilities, IT support, AC Rooms, 24 hour Access, Secretarial Video Conferencing, modern rooms Meeting Rooms, furnished office rooms, AV equipment, telephone services, transport facilities and other professional services that are tailor made to suit your business demands and requirements. These executive office suites are located in prominent areas in Fort Worth, Arlington, Park Cities, Downtown, North Plano Frisco Allen, Royal Oak, and the Addison or Farmers Branch.

Dallas Economy

Dallas is home to many Fortune 500 companies including AT&T, Dean Foods, Southwest Airlines, Tenet Healthcare, Centex, Atmos Energy, Celanese, Holly, Blockbuster, and Affiliated Computer Services are just a few of the major corporations that call this city home. The city has been touted as having the most concentrated area of Fortune companies in the United States. With so many big names calling the area home, it is no wonder that there are a myriad of opportunities to take advantage of. Whether you’re looking to climb the corporate ladder or work a blue-collar job you’ll find that there are many options to look at in the greater Dallas area. Dallas is not only home to large corporations but the city also boasts the most shopping centers per capita than any other city in the United States. This of course offers a wealth of resources for those looking to work in the retail sector. The city also has the third most popular destinations for business travel in the area and houses the largest and busiest convention centers in the world including the Dallas Convention Center which has over 1 Million square feet and is the world’s single largest column-free exhibit hall.

Commute / Airport:
The local airport in the Dallas area is the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and features a great wealth of options in terms of transportation, entertainment, shopping and more. Recent upgrades to the airport have created a good overall travel option for those going to the Dallas area for business and leisure. The airport is located near Highway 97 and ties together the greater Fort Worth area as well.  The major freeways for the Dallas area include the 20, 45, 30, 35 and the 635.

Crime Report:
In recent years the Dallas area has had a high overall crime rate and was ranked highest among cities with populations over 1 million people. Violent crimes in the area rose and peaked at certain times in the mid 2000’s. One of the most dangerous cities in the United States was none other than Dallas in a survey of the top ten largest cities in the U.S. Law enforcement has been ramped up and things are starting calm down but the area is still a dangerous city in comparison to others of relative size and commerce. Please see our webpage dedicated to office space in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.