Home rentals are plentiful in the 76148 zip code area, and for good reason: the 76148, 76244, 76179, and 76131 zip code areas, among others, are booming these days because the entire Fort Worth metro area is booming.
It’s a happening sort of place, and all indicators say it will continue to be a happening sort of place for years to come.
Why? There are a number of reasons, of course. Something of this scale is not the product of one simple reason. With regards to Fort Worth, several factors play into the booming economy. Fort Worth, in size, is larger than New York City, and yet has about 1/8th the people living in that area. That means there is a great area to build in, and people are able to live an urban lifestyle rather than a suburban.
Fort Worth, along with Dallas, has a very healthy manufacturing base. It is strong in aerospace and the tech industries, both leading industries in the 21st Century. It has a favorable tax code and business-friendly zoning laws. It is a city built for growth, and growth means jobs and jobs mean people . . . and people need homes for rent, and the wheel goes round and round.
So we see more home rentals, apartment rentals, condo rentals and townhome rentals, as well as a booming market for home buyers. In other words, rest assured that if you are moving to Fort Worth, there will be no shortage of home choices for you when you get there.
The same can be said about commercial real estate for rent and industrial property. If you are a businessperson looking for an office, warehouse, artist suite, work garage, or storage area, Fort Worth can accommodate you in every way. One commercial developer in particular, Ron Sturgeon, is the owner of over one-million square feet of small, multi-use commercial properties in Tarrant County.
“There are very few empty units,” Sturgeon says. “Fort Worth, and in particular the Alliance commercial real estate area, is a gold mine in real estate, and it shows no signs of letting up anytime soon.”
Mister Sturgeon feels so strongly about the future prospect of Fort Worth that he is opening the first, and only, business park in Fort Worth made entirely from shipping containers, a one-of-a-kind commercial property which, he believes, will be his defining moment in the commercial business.
“This is the wave of the future, the shipping container revolution,” Sturgeon says. “Container buildings are revolutionary and practical; they are inexpensive and eco-friendly; and they are flexible and just quirky enough to appeal to most businessmen.”
His latest project is called Box Office Warehouse Suites, thirty-eight commercial suites made from 100 shipping containers. It is a brightly-painted, funky village of commercial properties, inhabited by Happy Bank, Salon & Spa Galleria, and a collection of other retail and wholesale concerns. It is unlike anything you have ever seen.
For more information about Box Office Warehouse Suites, call (817) 903-9438, or visit at 1953 Golden Heights Road off Interstate 35 at the Golden Triangle Exit.