In Dallas, the company may open a new office and expand to 3,000 employees in Deep Ellum, according to city and county documents. It would initially open the office in an existing tower at The Epic, an 8-acre mixed-use development, and later move into a 450,000-square-foot space in another tower that would go up there.
If Uber expands to Dallas, it is unclear which office would be the company’s second-largest in headcount after the company’s San Francisco headquarters — Chicago or Dallas.
The Dallas City Council approved up to $9.3 million of economic incentives for the Uber last week. Dallas County commissioners will vote Tuesday on an incentive package that could give the company $2.6 million in tax breaks over a 10-year period.