What do you look for when searching for the perfect lease for your business? Our bet is that the Alliance area of Fort Worth meets most, if not all, criteria, but let’s go through it step by step and find out if our claim is accurate.
We begin, then, with a list of crucial criteria which all businesses should look for. And we begin with location.
The Alliance area is the fastest-growing commercial area in one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the United States. Not just Texas, folks, but the United States. It is surrounded by continued growth, shows an annual growth which is the envy of any metro area, and is located near all major transportation sources. The Golden Triangle Exit off Interstate 35 drops you off in the middle of the Alliance area. The commercial center is a stone’s throw away from Alliance Airport, and less than twenty miles from DFW International. Growth is evident in every direction, industrial lease space, commercial growth, and residential growth.
It is, for businesses, Nirvana!
Next let’s talk about options for businesses.
The more options a business owner has when looking for rental space, the better the chance that owner will find exactly what he/she needs, and the Alliance area is overflowing with options, rental space for warehouses, rental space for retail businesses, rental space for makerspace, office lease space, and artist studios. There are large spaces for highly-successful businesses, and there are small spaces for small businesses.
It has everything!
But is it supported by government?
This is such an important point, one overlooked by many when looking for new lease space. Is the local government onboard in supporting the business community? This can be a make-or-break point of interest. Supportive zoning, supportive business taxes, and supportive infrastructure, all of these are crucial for the business community, and those behind the scenes in the Alliance area understand that. They welcome businesses to their area and they support them with favorable legislation so that they have a fighting chance of surviving.
And with growth, with support, and with competition within an area comes competitive pricing so that no matter the size of your business and the size of your budget, there will be commercial space for lease in the Alliance area for you.
But don’t take our word for it! Listen to Ron Sturgeon, local Fort Worth entrepreneur and the owner of over one-million square feet of multi-use small commercial properties in the Fort Worth area:
“This Alliance area is home for me,” Sturgeon recently stated. “I find it has everything my real estate business needs, and I find it has, quite frankly, everything any business would need. You could do much worse than moving your business to the Alliance area.”
One thing about Sturgeon: he puts his money where his mouth is. He recently opened a new business park in the Alliance area, Box Office Warehouse Suites, the first and only business park made entirely from shipping containers, so he’s obviously a huge believer in the Alliance area of North Fort Worth.
And you should be too!