You are now on your way to a better, more efficient, more green, more mobile, and more connected worklife in Dallas, TX. Workhaus Co-Working Lodge is a venture into the global trend away from the traditional office as we know it. Co-working is simple concept where independent professionals or even small companies work together under the same roof for the purpose of collaboration and the ability to focus on their work in inspiring spaces. Membership-based co-working also provides freelancers and contractors who may typically work from home with a "basecamp" to meet with clients in a professional environment, receive mail and deliveries, socialize and talk shop with other professionals, and frankly get out of the house. In short, we provide rental of office space and office amenities in the form of desk space, private workspace, and amenities businesses need to run efficiently. And we combine this with a dynamic culture of mentorship, incubation, leadership, networking and most importantly creating. 
 
 Rental of office space and office amenities
 
Don't take our word for it. Here are some great articles about the Co-working trend.
 
 
Workhaus co-working lodges are currently located in Dallas, TX and are the size of a large coffee house or restaurant and are available to approximately 50 - 100 members. Workhaus Co-Working Lodges combine the feel of a coffee house/diner/retail environment with creative workspace. Mix in a bit of ski lodge feel as well. 
Workhaus Co-Working Lodge was launched by Onefastbuffalo Corp ( A USA based Branding and Interactive Firm) in 2010 as a venture that expresses our strong belief in mobile work-life and the utilization of digital communications to efficiently run our businesses and improve our quality of life and experiences. Learn about some of OFB's mobile practices.  Workhaus Co-Working Lodge is operated by Ben Jenkins (CEO). The first Workhaus Lodge location was opened in collaboration with NIMMO AMERICAN (Dallas based Architecture & Interiors firm) who serves as our building feasibility consultant for Workhaus 3723.
 

The Workhaus brand concept developed out of the gradual virtualization (related content - great article here about the productivity gains, savings, environmental benefits and even increased safety of going virtual from Inc Mag) of our 12-year-old business and love of working in interesting places outside of our office. As our core staff and clients spread out around the country to live in places close to family or their favorite mountain or terrain, the idea of one central office was not only impractical but more importantly not needed. We have also always enjoyed and am a bit obsessive about creating workspaces. We are excited about creating collaborative workspaces for people who usually don't get to work in inspiring creative spaces. And we don't just mean people who work from home. We hope to attract people who want a more healthy environment to work in. Workhaus is also great for traveling independent professionals who want to avoid the coffee shop shuffle. Imagine your office away from the office.  Workhaus lodges are for people who really love their work. It's not a place to just socialize about work, but its is surely a place to get a lot of focus, collaborative support and business mentoring. We hope to attract members of all ages and backgrounds and from many industries. The idea is to create an environment where people are serious about their businesses and have the support and social life of working in an office environment without the boundaries of working with ONLY their company. It's not for everyone. It's for people who can conduct their business in a light, mobile, and paperless fashion. We have seen co-working work well for graphic and web designers, techies, writers, consultants, sales people, marketing gurus, and especially bootstrappers who are doing all they can to get a business idea off the ground. 
To become a member at Workhaus simply contact us using the contact form at the bottom of this page. We will email you a simple questionnaire about your current worklife, business status, industry, contact info, etc. We will review this information and let you know of your acceptance within 24 hours. Day passes are available to anyone unless privileges are revoked due to misconduct or abuse. Dweller and Mobile Memberships are granted based upon availability and on how your membership will positively effect our network of members.  Upon approval you will be sent a link to pay for your subscription, house rules and guidelines, access codes, and member number. 
  • No long-term contract, memberships are month to month.
  • No deposit required
  • Access to Workhaus Shop Talk Events
  • Networking with WH Members
  • Open Desk and lounge work seating
  • Comfortable work chairs, couches and patio seating
  • Walking distance to numerous restaurants and bars for client entertaining
  • Business mailing address (3723 Greenville Ave Suite 101)
  • WiFi
  • 24-hour access (via key code)
  • Access to magazine subscriptions and periodicals (i.e. Inc, Fast company, Success, etc)
  • Your company is listed on our member directory with link to your website
  •  Speaking events, happy hours, and networking functions
  • Ability to collaborate with other business owners and entrepreneurs
  • Coming Soon!  Fully furnished Conference/Presentation Room
  • Print/Fax/Copy...no not really. Get paperless brothers and sisters!
Workhaus Co-Working Lodge offers 2 membership plans:
 
Workhaus Mobile Membership  ($98 per month)
  • Access to any open desk at any Workhaus location
  • All services listed above
 
 Workhaus Dweller Membership  ($395 per month)
  • Set desk in specific Workhaus location
  • All services listed above
 
Workhaus Transit Day Pass ($25 per day)
  • Access to any open desk at any Workhaus location
  • All services listed above
 
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ALISON MILLER (WRITER) JENNIFER SIMMONS(FLORAL DESIGN)
BEN JENKINS(BRAND DESIGNER) LEA ELLERMEIER(NOT LISTED)
BLOC DS(ARCHITECTURE & INTERIORS) MEGAN BURTON(BRAND STRATEGY)
BRANDON CASTILLO(CREATIVE) MELLISSA TWOMEY(REAL ESTATE)
CHRISTINE EDGINGTON(INTERACTIVE) MIKE DE LIBERO(BRAND DESIGN)
DAVID FISHER(FILM & VIDEO PRODUCTION) ONEFASTBUFFALO(BRAND DESIGN)
DONALD PETERSON(ONLINE RETAIL) THE CASUAL GAME NETWORK (INTERACTIVE)
EXOTIC SUITCASE LLC(ONLINE RETAIL) TODD NEWSOM(CO-WORKING)
GINA POPP(CREATIVE) 1()
JACK WORTHY(NOT LISTED) 1()
JACLYN HALEY (CREATIVE) 1()
JASON THOMAS(REAL ESTATE) 1()
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Freedom to Work. Remote

Working Virtual  } Posted by admin | Nov/16/2010 | Comments (0)
I was thinking about FREEDOM today as I made my way around town visiting some old friends at their current places of work. I made three stops and later realized that none of these friends had any good reason to be working FROM the office.  Not just today but not on most days. Do you? Do your employees?   OFB loves freedom when it comes to worklife. We will fight you over this. No really, like physically fight. These beliefs come from our real experience. We suggest some real therapy when it comes to the corporate world's office addiction. So I am here to say if you can, set your employees free from the offi... More >>

Video Blog 1002: Why Workhaus

Working Virtual  } Posted by Ben Jenkins | Jun/20/2010 | Comments (0)
Workhaus founder Ben Jenkins discusses why he created Workhaus Co-Working Lodge.    More >>

Homebrew Happy hour at Workhaus Lodge!

Events  } Posted by admin | Oct/22/2010 | Comments (1)
Hello Workhaus members and friends! To celebrate fall we are excited to announce a happy hour with help from our friend Corey Reinaker. Corey has been working hard to prepare 2 flavors of beer....a Pumpkin Ale, and a Black Ipa. Word is it tastes GREAT. All current members will receive a 20oz Workhaus Pilsner glass at the happy hour. Any guest who signs up for a mobile membership at the happy hour will also receive a glass....so please bring a friend.  We will also have some food and regular ole beer in case the party gets BIG More >>

Video Blog 1001: Going Virtual.

Working Virtual  } Posted by Ben Jenkins | Jun/20/2010 | Comments (0)
OneFastBuffalo's Ben Jenkins discusses going virtual.      .    More >>

Talking Shop on thedailywheel.com

Working Virtual  Co-Working  } Posted by admin | Sep/13/2010 | Comments (0)
Ben Jenkins talks mobile working, starting a new business, why we work, and wearing T-Shirts.   Visit www.thedailywheel.com for more Videos More >>

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Use this form to contact the Workhaus staff with any questions you may have. To become a member at Workhaus simply let us know you are interested. We will email you a simple questionnaire about your current worklife, business status, industry, contact info, etc. We will review this information and let you know of your acceptance within 24 hours. Day passes are available to anyone unless privileges are revoked due to misconduct or abuse. Dweller and Mobile Memberships are granted based upon availability and on how your membership will positively effect our network of members.  Upon approval you will be sent a link to pay for your subscription, house rules & guidelines, access codes, and member number. 
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