It has been said that a makerspace is a community center with tools, a place where makers can come together, share ideas, work on ideas, and collaborate on ideas. It is a fairly new term . . . makerspace . . . but not a new concept. Makerspaces have actually been in existence for quite some time; we just haven’t given them a name until recently.
With that explanation out of the way, let’s get down to the nitty-gritty of this article: how difficult it is to find inexpensive, flexible makerspace among today’s industrial properties for lease.
If you find this to be true, and you happen to live in the Fort Worth, Texas area, or for that matter in the Greater DFW Metroplex, then we have news for you:
Box Office Warehouse Suites, the newest, trendiest, funkiest business park in North Fort Worth, has makerspace available for rent and . . . wait for this . . . it is inexpensive!
What makes Box Office Warehouse Suites the trendiest and funkiest business park in North Fort Worth?
It’s made completely from shipping containers!
Thirty-eight business suites made from 100 shipping containers, all designed by Hue Architecture, all with the latest modern amenities, bright painting on the exterior, some street art/graffiti, for expression, and catering to the trendsetters among the business population . . . that’s what you’ll find at Box Office Warehouse Suites . . . and more!
Does it all sound too good to be true? Well there’s more, so suspend belief for a few more sentences.
Imagine you begin with 320 square feet of makerspace, very reasonably priced, but then decide you need more room for that community center with tools . . . at Box Office Warehouse Suites that simply means adding on another shipping container, doing the stack job, like kids with building blocks, one on top of another. Heck, you can even have a grass patio on top of the bottom one, a place to relax after a long day of creating. You can drive your electric car to Box Office Warehouse Suites, use the electric car charging stations, or ride your bike and lock your bike up at the bike racks available there. Spend your lunch hour admiring the modern art on the containers . . . and then get back to work creating with like-minded creators.
It is not too good to be true. It actually does exist, and it exists right off the Golden Triangle exit off Interstate 35, close by Alliance Airport, a spit-and-a-holler from DFW International, in the heart of the Alliance Area, only the hottest commercial real estate in the whole DFW Metroplex.
Box Office Warehouse Suites, offering makerspace for the dreamers out there, inexpensive, accessible, and available to you. Get in touch with them today; it will be the best phone call you’ve made in quite some time.