Is that even possible to find commercial property for rent at an inexpensive price? First of all, the words “commercial property” and “inexpensive” don’t belong in the same sentence, right? Secondly, in today’s real estate climate, it just isn’t possible, is it?
Yes it is, and if you call (817) 903-9435 you will find out that it is not only possible but it is waiting for you. Contact us immediately.
It is a sentence every small business owner should pay attention to.
Commercial property for lease is not cheap, or so we have always thought, but in the Fort Worth area of Texas, those thoughts are changing. Email RDS Real Estate at Jime@rdsinvestments.com if we now have your attention.
Commercial property which is affordable for small businesses.
In the Alliance area of North Fort Worth, Texas, a new business park, Box Office Warehouse Suites, has opened, and that business park is not only inexpensive but also offers great flexibility.
And it does these things because all of the suites there are made from shipping containers.
Shipping container construction offers flexibility.
Yes, shipping containers, the same things you’ve seen down by the docks, waiting to be loaded onto cargo ships, those shipping containers, except that the ones at Box Office Warehouse Suites have been painted in bright colors and have been professionally designed by Hue Architecture.
In other words, these aren’t your grandma’s shipping containers! These are shipping containers for small businesses.
So here’s where it gets interesting.
Shipping containers are inexpensive to build with. They require no lumber, and the framing is already there. That cuts down construction costs significantly; those lower construction costs are passed on to you, the small business owner. Rents for initial 320 square foot units are lower than most comparable units in other business parks, as low as $895 per month, but unlike those other commercial properties that are fixed and inflexible, when your business grows in a shipping container, and you need more room, you can simply add on another suite. This effectively doubles your business size in a matter of weeks. Shipping containers were originally designed to stack on top of each other, so the process of doubling your office space, becomes an easy, and inexpensive, one.
Take a look at Box Office Warehouse Suites and you’ll see the genius of this flexible thinking. Stairwells have been added to lower units, an entryway cut into the roofs of those units, and another unit is added above. They remain structurally sound. The upstairs unit now gives the business owner double the space, space enough for a relaxation room, a staff meeting room, or a room to entertain customers. Some of the units at Box Office Warehouse Suites even have grassy patios as a sort of “Shangrila” in the middle of a modern business park.
In other words, what appears to be strange to traditional thinkers is, in fact, genius!
But that’s not all when we’re talking about flexibility. Because the shipping container begins as an empty rectangle, it can effectively be anything the business owner wants it to be. In traditional business parks, most, if not all, of the businesses are the same i.e. a business park of warehouses, a business park of office spaces etc. But at Box Office Warehouse Suites, several types of businesses all share space in one business park, retail with warehouse, makerspace with workshops, and offices with artist studios.
It is a revolution in the “commercial space for lease” industry.
It is the shipping container revolution!
Check it out! You really can’t afford to wait.
About the developer: Box Office Warehouse Suites was developed by local entrepreneur Ron Sturgeon. Alliance commercial real estate for you!