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Foundry Club is a champion of free enterprise, liberty, and entrepreneurship. We are a flexible office space providing best community workspace in Dallas, TX, for entrepreneurs, startups, and freelancers. We offer services, resources and community that help business innovators grow, connect, and create. By providing a unique community workplace center, we hope to form a culture and workplace community with a soul that strengthens small businesses and business innovation.

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Phone: (214) 379-7405

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Deep Ellum, Central Dallas

Life In Deep In Ellum

Foundry Club At Deep Ellum

Life in Deep Ellum

Pentecostal Churches, Churches & Places of Worship
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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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A Church and a Cultural Center

Via the website: "Life in Deep Ellum is a cultural center built for the artistic, social, economic, and spiritual benefit of Deep Ellum and urban Dallas. Through its four pillars of Art, Music, Commerce, and Community, it strives to promote life and growth in our city through creative initiatives and strategic partnerships. Life in Deep Ellum is about a way of life, cultivating purpose, and guiding people into relationship with God."

There is an incredible family feel and these people genuinely believe in serving their community. There's an art gallery, a coffee bar, live music events, a yoga studio, counseling services, and much, much more. In addition to the Cultural Center, a faith community meets there on Sundays at 11AM. A non-traditional and relaxed feel, the faith community also meet during the week at each other's homes and help energize the mission of the cultural center. It's certainly a unique place that is hard to put a label on!

See what I mean here: