People looking for condos for rent for business purposes are more plentiful than you might have thought. Having a place separate from your home, or even separate from your primary business address, for entertaining and quiet negotiations, is a good business tactic and a solid tax deduction.
The main drawback to this business practice, of course, is the cost of the condo. Many small-and-medium-sized businesses simply can’t afford the rent on a condo simply for special meetings. It is an expense that cannot be justified . . . unless . . .
What if you could find a condo-like residence which serves the same purpose and yet does not cost the proverbial arm and leg? The concept is an excellent one for all businesses, so the trick is to find a separate location that can be afforded by those small businesses with a small operating budget.
We think we’ve found the solution!
You may, or may not know, about the recent shipping container revolution. It is a fairly new construction avenue which is growing in popularity. It consists of taking a used shipping container, cleaning it up, re-furbishing it, retrofitting it, making it into a modern office, and leasing it for an inexpensive amount because of the low construction costs of that container. Containers are revolutionary and practical, and an increasing number of businesses are looking at shipping containers as the answer to many of their prayers. An added bonus of shipping containers is the fact that they are eco-friendly, not requiring a great amount of new lumber to make them serviceable . . . and they are flexible in design, easily added onto if space becomes an issue.
But don’t take our word for it. Let’s take a look at one business park in the Fort Worth area where shipping containers are the sole means of construction. That business park is called Box Office Warehouse Suites, located right off Interstate 35 at the Golden Triangle Exit in North Fort Worth. Box Office Warehouse Suites is the first, and only, business park made entirely from used shipping containers in the Fort Worth area, right smack dab in the middle of the Alliance commercial real estate boom, one of the fastest growing real estate markets in the entire state of Texas. It is the idea of Ron Sturgeon, commercial real estate genius, owner of over one-million square feet of small commercial units, and it is the face of the new container revolution in Texas.
320 square feet of commercial space starting at $875 per month, shipping containers retrofitted into a professional structure which can be that special business meeting location, or an extra office, warehouse, artist suite, makerspace, or flex space. The flexibility of container design makes them the perfect solution for small businesses as well as large businesses.
Commercial property for rent with an attitude . . . offices with attitude . . . that’s what Ron Sturgeon calls his new business park, and judging from the fast leasing activity, it is apparent that many businesses are taking notice of Box Office Warehouse Suites.