We're looking for inspiring people to join our coworking community.

If you need a peaceful space to work with like-minded people in Rockwall, Texas, schedule a time to get a one-on-tour, check out the space, and work free for the day.

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Our Locations

North Downtown

506 N Goliad Ste 200

Located within walking distance of downtown shops and restaurants, we are on the second floor above the Lakeside Florist. We offer open co-working, virtual offices, and conference space. Drop-in for a day or part of a day, or sign up and make us a part of your normal work week.

Mon - Fri: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Shared Desks
Dedicated Desks
Fast, Reliable Internet
Conference Room
Free Parking
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1650 John King Blvd

Co-located with the Sixteen50 Apt Leasing office, the 1650 John King Blvd location has 9 private offices 2 meeting rooms and 2 small common work areas.

Mon, Wed, Fri: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tues, Thurs: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Fast, Reliable Internet
Conference Room
Private Office
Shared Private Office
Free Parking
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John's Rockwall OpenSpace Story

I started OpenSpace after 16 years of working from home as a project manager with remote teams. Working across time-zones and oceans. So I already knew the power of working virtually.

As a father young with homeschool kids, I found myself struggling when working from home. I needed a place to work without interruption, but the company office, and the coworking spaces were at least an hour or more away in Dallas or North Plano. I didn't want to commute again, but I did want some coworkers. So my wife and I took some money we set aside for investing and used it as seed money to start OpenSpace.

I've found coworking to be super helpful and way more flexible than I had imagined or seen in the hundreds of coworking spaces that were poppin' up around the country. The benefits of coworking aren't limited by physical location either. From the beginning I had friends all over that would meet virtually, but it seemed like in person was the key

Covid-19 changed that big time. No-one could physically come in for over a year. The online relationships we had made became like a lifeline and developed into a strong community of friends who meet regularly to work and make progress on our goals or just check up on each other and keep each other company.  (check out the virtual-coworking community here)

Now that things are opening back up we haven't lost anything and we found new ways to stay connected. We are a collection of writers, web designers, programmers, entrepreneurs,  and students of various types banding together for support and encouragement.

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