Ever heard the saying that everything is bigger in Texas? Well, it's true. Not only is Texas the biggest state (after Alaska of course), but the office space in Dallas, Texas feels bigger, too. Or maybe its just all the wide open spaces you can see from your office window. Whatever it is, locating your business in Dallas is definitely not a bad idea.
Here are some other reasons (besides just the sheer size) to consider relocating your office space in Dallas:
1. Major Transportation Hub
Dallas and nearby Fort Worth were developed due to the major railroad lines that were constructed in the area to allow access to cotton, cattle, and later on oil. The implementation of the Interstate Highway System was just another reason Dallas has continued to be a transportation giant, along with the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (or DFW) which is one of the largest and busiest airports in the world, larger than the island of Manhattan. Dallas is also the third most popular destination for business travel in the United States.
According to the 2013 estimation of Dallas' population by the United States Census Bureau, the city boasts a population of 1,257,676. Although Dallas' population has historically been predominately white, recent years have brought diversification and growth.
And while only half of Dallas' population was Texas born, the other half made it to Texas as fast as they could!
Farming and trade were a huge influence in Dallas' economy at first, but since then Dallas has been referred to as the Silicon Prairie because of the number of telecommunications companies in the area, specifically the Telecom Corridor in Richardson, a suburb of Dallas, which is home to more than 5,700 companies, including Texas Instruments, Nortel Networks, AT&T, Fujitsu, Cisco Systems, and so many more.
The area is full of retail establishments and fine dining, as well as a large performing arts presence. This includes the Winspear Opera House, the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater, and many more beautiful performing centers. Dallas is also home to a leading arts district, as well as many unique museums.
Whether you choose to locate your business in the heart of Downtown Dallas or a smaller suburb in the area, we can help you find the right Dallas office space. Contact us today to learn more about our flexible Dallas office space solutions.