Tyler Station, the new coworking village in Oak Cliff, offers its first open house on January 7, 2017. The event is free and takes place from 2 to 3:30 pm. Attendees will meet founder Monte Anderson and tour the property.
Aerial photo of Tyler Station Courtesy of Stash Design.
Tyler Station is located at 1300 S. Polk Street. The building is easily reached by DART train. Just step off the train at the Tyler/Vernon stop.
To sign up for door prizes, visit Brown Paper Tickets . Prizes include: a piece of furniture from Stash Design; handmade soy candles from Basse Candles; a copy of Mass Psychology of Fittism from Dallas Movement Lab; a Leatherman Micra from Pizel & Associates.
Early tenants for Tyler Station include Stash Design, Oak Cliff Brewing Company, and Dallas Movement Lab. Space remains for uses such as light manufacturing, creative, and office in the 110,000 square-foot building.
STASH Design is a sustainable, commercial design firm based in Dallas. Founded in 2011, STASH is dedicated to utilizing found and salvaged objects to create one-of-a-kind spaces for businesses, restaurants, and ventures both big and small.
Opening in summer 2017, Oak Cliff Brewing Company will be a brewery and tap room.
Founded by Angela Alston of Dallas Feldenkrais, Dallas Movement Lab will be a space to learn and practice whole-body movement modalities and build strength, agility, and grace intelligently. DML’s first event will be a two-day workshop in April, “Anti-Fragile Walking Step by Step” taught by Andrew Gibbons.
About the Property
Tyler Station is located in the historic Dixie Wax Paper Company building. Eventually renamed Dixico, the company patented and produced waxed paper and during the 1970s controlled 20 percent of the flexible packaging market. Later Delta Industries owned the building. They rebuilt automotive air conditioners. Monte Anderson and partners purchased the property in 2016.
About Monte Anderson
Pioneering developer Monte Anderson reinvented the Belmont Hotel almost 10 years ago. He went on to re-develop large portions of downtown Duncanville. Anderson focuses his work on Oak Cliff and southern suburbs. He’s a life-long Dallas resident who’s becoming known nationally for responsible development. Anderson is a founding president of the North Texas chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
For more information, contact Angela Alston at angela at tylerstation.com or 214-924-5078.