Saltbox recently celebrated its grand opening event in the North Dallas Corridor! This purpose-built, flexible co-warehousing space is designed for entrepreneurs and startups that work with physical goods. The 66,000 square-foot facility offers 100 private co-warehousing suites and 15 office spaces in addition to an array of modern office amenities and conveniences. Saltbox held a ribbon cutting event on March 25.
“Saltbox offers the right blend of coworking and flexible warehouse space to support growing e-commerce businesses, and we’re excited to have opened our second location in Dallas earlier this month,” said Tyler Scriven, co-founder and CEO. “We’ve turned a 66,000 square-foot industrial warehouse into a workspace that expanding businesses will be proud to call home, and where they will have a multitude of resources at their fingertips to thrive. Saltbox is looking forward to supporting these companies along the way!”
In 2019, Saltbox opened its first 27,000 square-foot facility in Atlanta, Georgia, to offer entrepreneurs and small businesses that work with physical goods a flexible space to manage and grow their companies. As previous e-commerce and retail business owners, Saltbox’s founders understand the growing pains these types of companies face, which is why they built a custom space with them in mind.
Not all businesses are the same, which is why Saltbox offers several month-to-month memberships, along with other turn-key amenities to help members successfully run their businesses according to their needs. All members have access to logistics enablement, secure inventory storage, photography studio, conference rooms and more.
Logistics enablement includes daily carrier pickups, loading docks, freight receiving, in-house fulfillment, on-site cargo vehicles and warehouse equipment. Plus, all members have access to high-speed Wi-Fi, an air-conditioned warehouse, photography studio, conference rooms, fresh-brewed coffee and common spaces. Saltbox’s security measures include 24/7 access control, video surveillance, enterprise security system and nightly security patrol. These various services and conveniences are available to help entrepreneurs and startups integrate time and money-saving processes to help grow their businesses.
“I have always known the Dallas area for its growth, and I appreciate that even more now,” said Paul D’Arrigo, co-founder of Saltbox. “During the construction of Saltbox Farmers Branch, my interactions with local officials, contractors, and vendors were all positive and full of optimism. It’s exciting for Saltbox to be a part of this energy around Dallas.”
Saltbox COO Zubin Canteenwalla added, “We’re very excited to bring Saltbox to Dallas. Our goal is to support local entrepreneurship, empowering small ecommerce businesses with the workspace and logistical services they need to be successful. Given the early demand we’ve seen at Saltbox Farmers Branch, we’re already looking for a second location in Dallas.”
Whether you are a small-business owner in the Corridor with warehousing needs, or you just love supporting local businesses and are excited to see this development in the Corridor, Saltbox moving to the area is exciting for everybody. We can’t wait to see how our community utilizes this unique space. Welcome to the Corridor, Saltbox!