Founded by the Town of Addison and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (aka The DEC), the Addison Treehouse is a resource centered co-working space focused on providing aspiring entrepreneurs with education, programing/events, and mentorship, all of which are vital for the growth and sustainability of businesses. Born from a shared vision among small business and entrepreneurship advocates, the TreeHouse believes an investment in entrepreneurs is an investment in the community.



The Addison Treehouse serves entrepreneurs in the North Dallas area, providing an innovative space that combines the benefits of a vibrant coworking space and the resources of the Addison Economic Development and Tourism Department. Our aim is to encourage and equip the entrepreneurial community to start, build, and grow their businesses, as well as offer training, education, mentorship, promotion, and community. With regular events and speakers, access to mentors and advisors, and a clean energetic workspace, the Addison Treehouse is the perfect place for you to grow.

Addison Treehouse Director named 2019 DFW Startup Evangelist of the Year

The DEC has Built a Business Support Structure Focused on Stimulating Job Growth & Driving the North Texas Economy


Addison is a bustling town alive with an entrepreneurial spirit where small start-ups to major corporations are headquartered including Mary Kay Cosmetics, Bottle Rocket Studios, Concentra, Cinepolis USA, and Hitachi Consulting just to name a few. Over 2,000 businesses call Addison home. They have discovered that the community’s desired central location makes it easy to find a highly educated workforce and that the business climate has the right ingredients to be successful. The community is truly a destination where it all comes together!


The North Texas Small Business Development Center (SBDC) conducts research, counsels and trains business people in managing, financing and operating small businesses, providing comprehensive information services and access to experts in a variety of fields. The SBDC encourages unique local efforts to meet small business needs in its area. SBDCs develop and maintain partnerships among community organizations and agencies: ( local, state and federal ) to provide a focal point for broad networks of public and private resources at the community level.

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