Venture X to open 30,000-square-foot coworking space in Offices at The Realm in Castle Hills area

Venture X is set to open a coworking space in Offices at The Realm in 2020.

Venture X is set to open a coworking space in Offices at The Realm in 2020.

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Bright Realty announced July 23 that Venture X will open a coworking space on the entirety of the third floor of the Offices at The Realm early next year.

Offices at The Realm is a nine-story, 235,000-square-foot office space with an additional 16,000 square feet of first-floor restaurant and retail space projected to be complete this fall. It is located at SH 121/Sam Rayburn Tollway and Josey Lane in Lewisville. 

Venture X’s member-based coworking space will span 30,000 square feet, according to a press release. The business will offer professional workspace, including community work areas, shared desks, private offices and access to conference rooms. 

 “Offices at The Realm is attractive to us for several reasons,” said Ese Aihie, Venture X franchisee, in the release. “We appreciate its mixed-use design, with first-floor restaurant and retail; its location near DFW International Airport; the building’s advanced technology; and its proximity to employment hubs in nearby areas. We are excited to be here and look forward to everything The Realm community has to offer.”

 Members of the coworking space will have access to a cafe, event space, networking events and more, according to the release. 

 Offices at The Realm will also offer amenities to all of its tenants, including—in part—a fitness center, rooftop deck seating, event space and more. 

 Bright Realty also announced its plans to relocate its headquarters to Offices at The Realm in October. According to the release, the relocation will also include all of the Bright Industries companies, such as American Legend Homes, Belclaire Homes, Avanti Custom Homes, Bright Equities, golf operations for The Lakes at Castle Hills, corporate hospitality operations for Tres Mil Ranch and Infinity Lawnscape. 
By Anna Herod
Anna Herod covers local government, education, business and the environment as the editor of Community Impact Newspaper's Lewisville/Flower Mound/Highland Village edition. In the past, Anna served as the reporter for Community Impact's San Marcos/Buda/Kyle paper. Her bylines have appeared in the Austin American-Statesman, Hays Free Press and The Burleson Star. She is a graduate of Texas State University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


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