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Dallas, Texas, has a growing economy, making it a great city for your business to have an office. We can save you both time and money with our services of finding and negotiating for your next office space in Dallas or the surrounding areas! There is no cost to you to be represented by a pro who really knows what they are doing.

Dallas Fort Worth is the largest metropolitan area in both Texas and the South, the fourth-largest in the US According U.S Census, combined with adjoining Fort Worth and smaller cities, including Denton, Plano, Irving, and Arlington population has increased to 7.2M from 2016’s 6.5M. DFW went up to the number to the number one spot in the nation year by year in population growth.  In 2016, the metropolitan exceeded Houston, Texas to become the fourth-largest in the nation. This growth brings more opportunity to create more jobs, services and products of every kind.  Year-to-date, employment growth has been widespread across the metros and all industries.

Dallas metro contains over 218 million square feet of office space and in excess of 273 million square feet of retail area as well as a large amount of light industrial and wholesale facilities, offering options for businesses of all types and sizes. The extensive network of freeways and interstate highways, public transit, railways and airports offer transportation to ship products to other regions and convenient business travel.

Experts say, Dallas-Fort Worth’s economy is evolving and growing. This is because of the many factors such as, no state income tax, the right-to-work policy and warm weather and pro-business environment. These factors combined with diverse population, quality work force, low housing costs brought huge growth in the Metroplex and continuously bringing new businesses. These made the investors to get attracted to put their money in Texas Real Estate. According to the survey conducted by CBRE, Dallas-Fort Worth got the second rank in the Americas for real estate investor interest, for both foreign and domestic investors. The economic expansion is highlighted with the rise of telecommunications and information technology companies.

The Dallas office market is divided into many sub-markets. Some of the more popular ones include Bryan Place, City Center District, Convention Center, Government District, LBJ Freeway, Main Street District, North, Preston Center, Stemmons Freeway, Uptown, Victory Park and the West End Historic District. We make sure to know about availabilities in all of these Dallas office space submarkets and more. You can count on our Local reps to locate the perfect office space in Dallas for you.

A little more about some of the more popular office submarkets:

Dallas – CBD office market
Dallas has a vibrant Central Business District that boasts nearly all of the building are connected with a pedestrian tunnel system where Tenants can grab lunch, coffee, dinner, shoe shine, sundries and dry cleaning. The area had seen a huge explosion of residential apartments and condos breathing life to the city center that used to be abandoned after 5:00. The many iconic buildings top the million square foot mark and can provide a spectacular image for tenants without the exorbitant price tag that Uptown will have.

Dallas - LBJ Freeway office market
This is Dallas’ 2nd oldest loop after loop 12 (Northwest Hwy) and stretches from I 30 to DFW airport. LBJ Freeway West is considered west of I35 and encompasses Freeport and Las Colinas. LBJ East hosts notable areas such as the Galleria and the High Five, between 75 and the Tollroad. LBJ has been under construction for the past decade and is shortly to open again boasting 5 lanes of traffic and an HOV lane.

Dallas – North office market
Located between 75 and the Tollroad, north of Loop 12 and South of George Bush Turnpike. This market slows down the pace a bit. Traveling on Preston Road rather than 75 or the Tollroad provides less congestion and more retail and restaurants than you can visit in a lifetime. Historical rates are lower due to the lack of major freeways.

Dallas - Preston Center office market
Located at the corner of Loop 12 (northwest Hwy) and the Tollroad this small market is between the Park Cities and Preston Hollow which are two of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Dallas. The surrounding retail and amenities are numerous and the rates reflect this prime spot being some of the highest in the city.

Dallas – Uptown office market
This area just north of the Central Business District boasts some of the most modern buildings in Dallas. With a public (free) trolly system to transport office tenants to lunch or to the trendiest of bars for happy hour this market is coveted by tenants looking to attract the young urban workers. Home to the Crescent Hotel and office building, the Ritz Carlton, Turtle Creek it remains the financial hub of Dallas.

Dallas - West End office market
Dallas’ West end is in West side of the Central Business District made up of the most active retail found in the CBD. The buildings are vintage warehouse converted into loft offices and the streets are vibrant with pedestrians visiting the JFK Memorial and the many restaurants.

Dallas - Stemmons Freeway office market
Leaving the CBD and Uptown along I35 you will find the Stemmons Corridor market before you arrive in Las Colinas. If you are looking for economical space with great access to both DFW Airport and Love Field and still service Uptown and The CBD this may be a great fit. The newly completed Dart Rail has several stops along the corridor providing Tenants with public transportation from The CBD now all the way to DFW Airport.

Dallas - Victory Center office market
Located just north of Dallas’ impressive skyline and to the west of uptown Victory Center is a redeveloped area that hold American Airlines Center (Home of the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars) as the center piece. With nearly 5 million square feet of office space, thousands of apartments and condos, retail and the Perot Museum of Natural Science this market has attracted some very notable Tenants.

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Current Conditions in the Dallas Office Market

If you're looking to lease, rent or purchase office space in the Dallas, Texas area, you're moving into a vibrant part of Texas that continues to do well economically. Here at OfficeFinder LLC, we can help you find the office space you need without major hassles. As a leader in office space referrals, and as an information network, we strive to find the right offices for all business types.

Before moving to an office, though, you'll want to know what the office market in Dallas is like lately. Many categories in the office rental market have had ups and downs, but it's important to know about them to see reality.

You'll also want to know about the submarkets around Dallas to give you an idea of where the best places are to rent.

Here is information on everything from vacancy rates, rent rates, and the above Dallas submarkets you should consider when relocating your office space in Dallas.

What Are the Dallas Vacancy Rates?

CBRE’s Office MarketView, vacancy rates have risen a little in the quarter, closing at 20.9%. Increase was brought by corporate consolidations and speculative development.

Apparently, Colliers International stated from their Quarter 2 2018 Office Market Report, the metro is growing at a rate faster than Texas as a whole. This is due to DFW job growth. The economy in Dallas-Fort Worth are being projected to unceasingly grow if population and employment continue, making it the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Overall, Dallas market is still seeing a good balance of corporate relocation activity and organic growth from existing company expansions.

What Are Office Rental Rates Doing in Dallas?

Currently, DFW-wide average is at $24.25 per square foot. Rents are expected to increase 5%-7% over the coming year. It's not to say you still can't find bargains, especially with our easy search capabilities at OfficeFinder.

The median office size is now about 430 sq. ft., giving you increasingly larger space available to help with your growing pains. 

As per, Cushman & Wakefield on their MarketBeat Year 2018 Quarter 2 Market Report, they can see that landlords will continue to update older buildings and improve amenities to keep up with tenant demands and competition with newer ones. 

Despite rising rents, you can possibly find lower rates in some of the more popular submarkets

The Central Business District

We've noted how important the CBD is in Dallas as one of the most essential submarkets available. One major plus with this district is how every building connects with a pedestrian tunnel system.

Those of you looking for office space here are going to appreciate being able to go from one place to the other without even having to go outside. Plus, prices are generally lower compared to Uptown.

You can find many quality office buildings available for lease in the CBD. The Chase Tower and 1807 Ross are some of the most popular and could give your office space a more professional image.

The LBJ Freeway Office Market

Another popular submarket is the LBJ Freeway, which we've noted is the second oldest loop other than Loop 12 along the Northwest Highway.

Many point out the LBJ Freeway area has become a burgeoning area for commercial real estate ever since a major construction project completed two years ago. Lease rates are also lower here compared to Uptown or Preston Center.

Thanks to the recent revitalization of the area during construction, traffic has increased, giving your business more potential visitations. Being near notable areas like the Galleria and High Five can also increase your clout.

Uptown Office Market

Despite being a little more expensive on rents here, you should still think about renting office space in Uptown. It's located just north of CBD, so you're centered in a major area with steady activity. They also have some of the most modern buildings in Dallas, opening a lot of doors for more professional office space.

Median rent rates in Uptown are at $34 per sq. ft., so expect to pay a little more. Nevertheless, it can become worth it if you're looking to create a more upscale look for yourself.

The West End of the CBD

This is usually considered a separate submarket from the CBD with an extremely active retail district. You'll find a lot of loft offices here built into old warehouses, providing another opportunity for an executive office aesthetic.

Office listings here are a little sparser for month to month, yet the rent is slightly cheaper than Uptown. We see that  the median rent in the West End is now hovering around $33 per sq. ft.

OfficeFinder can help you find the office space for lease, rent or purchase you need in these Dallas submarkets and many others.

Contact us to learn more about what's going on in Dallas office rentals, so we can find exactly what you need for success.


Useful Statistics for businesses looking for office space in Dallas
  Dallas TX State
2016 Estimated Population 1,278,433 26,956,435
Median Age 32.5 34.2
Housing Units 543,275 10,441,643
Occupied 487,855 9,289,554
Owned 204,302 5,747,458
Rented 283,553 3,542,096
Average Household Size 2.58 2.84
Rental Vacancy Rate 7.8% 7.6%
Homeowner Vacancy Rate 1.6% 1.6%
Median Home Value $142,600 $142,700
Median Monthly Rental Cost $888 $911
Estimated Mean Income $86,902 $88,231
Median Household Income $45,215 $54,727
Percent of Individuals below poverty level 22.9% 16.7%
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate or higher 75.3% 82.3%
Educational Attainment: Percent high school graduate 21.5% 25.1%
Educational Attainment: Percent with some College 18.3% 22.4%
Educational Attainment: Percent bachelor degree or higher 31% 28.1%
Average Commute time in minutes 26.3 25.9
Commute 612,193 12,237,558
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Drive Alone 467,374 9,830,530
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Carpool 68,476 1,297,571
Use Public Transportation 26,304 188,919
Work from Home 27,210 520,981
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