Woods Capital Announces WeWork Signs Lease at Thanksgiving Tower
Updated: 5 days ago
Woods Capital is pleased to announce that WeWork, the platform for creators that provides space, community and services, has committed to opening its second Dallas location in Thanksgiving Tower. New York-based WeWork has leased three floors in the newly renovated office tower and expects to open the 84,000-square-foot office in spring of 2017.
WeWork offers beautiful, collaborative spaces for teams of any size. WeWork’s space within Thanksgiving Tower will take advantage of the buildings’ completely transformed aesthetic, which includes striking glass, abundant light and dramatic views in the heart of Downtown Dallas vibrant Main Street district.
“WeWork provides a redefined model of office space geared toward creative and collaborative individuals and business of all shapes and sizes,” said Jonas Woods of Woods Capital. “They fit perfectly in the new, modern Thanksgiving Tower and our completely redefined downtown.”
Dallas-based Woods Capital acquired Thanksgiving Tower in 2013 and has spent more than $35 million on significant curb-to-core renovations on the property over the last 24 months.
Founded in 2010, WeWork is helping to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living. With more than 100 locations in more than 30 cities around the world, WeWork offers beautifully designed work spaces, a vibrant community that allows members to collaborate in-person and digitally and access to important services like healthcare, payment processing, IT support, payroll and legal.
Woods Capital is an integrated real estate investment firm focused on opportunistic equity and debt investments on behalf of investors with a specific focus on identifying, pricing and mitigating risk throughout the investment process.