Height-adjustable desk maker plans its own adaptable workspace
January 10, 2019 | 9:19 am CST

COPPELL, Texas – Varidesk has purchased the former Zales headquarters in the in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The 424,000-square-foot, three-story building is located at 901 W. Walnut Hill Lane on the southeast corner of W. John Carpenter Freeway and MacArthur Boulevard in the Las Colinas Office Center submarket.

The new office concept will open in summer 2019 as Varispace Las Colinas.

"At Varidesk, we help businesses reimagine the office and create adaptable, active workspaces," said Jason McCann, co-founder and CEO of Varidesk. "We see many possibilities for Varispace Las Colinas, as we explore how it could be repositioned."

The building, built in 1983, sits on 15.22 acres. It has a four-level parking garage as well as a full fitness center, a large cafeteria, and conference facilities. The floor plan configuration is easily adaptable for single or multi-tenant use.

Corgan is the architect and interior designer on the project to reposition the building. The design will activate the entry plaza, promote connectivity to the outdoors, and modernize the space with Class A amenities to support today's workforce.

Varidesk launched its trademark height-adjustable standing desk to promote a healthier and more productive workspace. The company has developed a full line of office furniture and accessories that add activity and movement to the space.

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