Apartments and houses for rent can be discouraging. There is a true statement if there ever was one. Let’s add another one: offices and small business spaces can be discouraging. True? You know it is. Here’s another one: warehouses and artist studios can be discouraging. You are all nodding your head, but why is that? Why do all of those statements make perfect sense to you, and what would you do if you could find an alternative that rocked your boat and was, in fact, not discouraging but rather exciting and encouraging?
Well we have one for you, so buckle your seatbelts and get ready for the ride of a lifetime, one that just might change the way you look at commercial industrial space for lease.
The answer is the shipping container revolution!
Allow us to explain.
Why is commercial space for lease usually discouraging? Well, it begins with price. For a small business owner, the bottom line is crucial. Holding costs down is usually the difference between success and abject failure. Finding affordable commercial space for lease might as well be labeled Mission Impossible because you know, and we know, that it is practically impossible to find.
But what if it was? What if you, the small business owner, could find industrial/commercial space for rent which fits into your budget? Would you be interested? Is he stuck forever as a work from home businessperson?
But cost isn’t the only reason so many business owners find this search discouraging. Far too often, a day spent looking at office space for lease is a day looking at multiple offices which all look the same and which all fall short of the appearance and amenities that you want in an office. The average office for rent has four walls, usually painted off-white, it is cramped for space, and it has the personality of a dried-up piece of fruit.
So the average small businessperson ends his/her search in dismay. Extra space is needed, a new location is needed, but none match the specific needs of that business.
Until now! Now we have the shipping container revolution and it is, truly, a revolution.
Shipping containers are inexpensive to rent, and they ARE inexpensive to rent because they are inexpensive to construct. Simple logic, my friends. Cut down construction costs and you cut down leasing costs, pure and simple!
But that’s not all! Shipping containers can be anything you want them to be. They are a blank slate. They can be an office, a warehouse, or an artist’s studio. They can be stacked on top of each other, or a wall can be removed and they can be increased in size horizontally. They can have partitions added or partitions/walls removed. They can have a business on the ground floor and a studio/office up above, the perfect solution for an owner who puts long hours at work and needs a place to relax after those long days.
See, not discouraging at all!
Container buildings are revolutionary and practical, and so are you for considering them.
Welcome to the future of commercial leasing. Welcome to the shipping container revolution. All that’s left to do is for you to think outside the box and envision your life in a box . . . a shipping container box . . . offices with attitude!
In the Fort Worth area, the solution can be found at Box Office Warehouse Suites, opening September, 2017, (817) 903-9438 for more information.