December 10, 2018

FORT WORTH (December 10, 2018) – WeWork, a global provider of innovative workspaces, will be coming to Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth next year with space in two buildings including the Commerce Building and at the corner of 4th and Main. Both buildings have direct views overlooking Sundance Square Plaza.

“With Sundance Square as the hub of downtown Fort Worth, it is a great intersection of business and makes it an ideal location for WeWork’s members,” said Johnny Campbell, President and CEO of Sundance Square. “With more than 1,500 businesses in downtown Fort Worth employing upwards of 45,000 people, opening space in Sundance Square allows entrepreneurs, freelancers, consultants, and small businesses to tap into the resources of all the talent currently in the city.”

Founded in New York City in 2010 by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey, WeWork currently has more than 335 physical locations in 83 cities and 24 countries around the world. WeWork provides more than 320,000 members around the world with space, community, and services through both physical and digital offerings.

“Sundance Square will be the premier location in Fort Worth for WeWork,” commented Campbell. “There isn’t any other area of our city that offers an abundance of businesses, retail, entertainment, hotels, and restaurants for WeWork members to utilize.”

WeWork is known for their amenities that include super-fast internet connection with ethernet connections as well as Wi Fi access, printers, work stations, complimentary refreshments, onsite staff,  and private phone booths.

Sundance Square offers more than four million square feet of office, retail, and residential leasing in 45 buildings with renewable energy provided by Green Mountain Energy. The 36-block development is estimated to avoid approximately 8.4 billion pounds of carbon dioxide (CO2) through 2023, which is the equivalent of planting more than seven million trees.

SUNDANCE SQUARE
Sundance Square is a vibrant, award-winning business, retail and entertainment district spanning 36 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. The multi-use development attracts more than 10 million visitors each year for dining, shopping, events, and performances. For more information visit sundancesquare.com or follow the business and entertainment development on Facebook.com/sundancesquare or Twitter @sundancesquare.