Common Desk Opening Third Houston Coworking Spot – Leases 24,000 SF in West Houston

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) –  Common Desk, a Dallas-based company offering coworking memberships to businesses and professionals, signed a 24,140-SF lease at the 2500 CityWest office building in Houston’s Westchase District.

Common Desk will occupy part of the first and second floors of the 25-story, 578-284-SF Class A office tower. This is the company’s third Houston-area location.

In Houston, Common Desk has a coworking facilities in the East End at 2339 Commerce Street and at 3040 Post Oak in the Uptown/Galleria area. In addition, there are a number of Common Desk locations in Dallas and Austin.

Expanding During the Pandemic

“In a time where many companies are closing or laboring as a result of the pandemic, it’s encouraging to see a young, innovative company successfully expand its platform,” said Dennis Tarro, Executive Managing Director of Patrinely Group. “We are thrilled Common Desk has selected 2500 CityWest as its next location and we look forward to the energy it will bring to the project.”

Win Haggard Jr. and Vince Strake of Cushman & Wakefield (formerly Colvill  Office Properties), led by Dennis Tarro of Patrinely Group, represented the property ownership in the lease negotiations.

In 2011, Patrinely Group purchased 2500 CityWest in a joint venture with USAA Real Estate. In 2014, Patrinely Group announced plans to build a 266-unit multifamily project adjacent to 2500 CityWest on an adjacent parcel acquired when the office building was purchased.

Over the years, Patrinely Group and USAA Real Estate have completed numerous capital projects and physical enhancements to 2500 CityWest  in order to improve the building.

Reflective jet-black aluminum

Patrinely Group also provides property management services at 2500 CityWest, which is described as a “sleek building features including a stepped curtain wall of reflective jet-black aluminum and glass.”

Common Desk recently announced it was moving its headquarters from Dallas’ Deep Ellum to Downtown Dallas in the historic Factory Six03 building on Market Street in the West End District.

Common Desk office spaces consist of a community of freelancers, small businesses, fast-growing tech companies, and enterprise businesses. Common Desk’s workday brand portfolio also includes coffee, technology, and cocktail brands, offering its members and guests additional customized amenities that enhance the workday.

Oct. 7, 2020 Realty News Report Copyright 2020

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