Rent a shop options in the Fort Worth area are so numerous as to cause a migraine of historical proportions.
Is that what you want? A migraine?
Put the aspirin away. We can make this fairly painless for you if you’re willing to read on.
The Fort Worth area is a large and ever-growing area. The DFW Metroplex is one of the largest in the nation. It is one of the fastest-growing in the nation. It is booming, and with that boom comes a boom in commercial property construction, so when you say you want rent a shop options, you are opening up Pandora’s box and you are suddenly facing literally hundreds of shops to rent.
Do you have time to look at hundreds of shops?
Of course you don’t! No one does, and quite frankly, no one really wants to. Let’s narrow down the search a bit.
Where are the best of the best in locations within the Fort Worth area?
Okay, we have the location taken care of; that narrows your search list down a bit. Now, what about price? What is the absolute limit you will spend on a shop for rent? Eight-hundred? Nine-hundred? One-thousand?
How about space and size? If you are a small business owner, you don’t need a large shop for rent, right? But still you want the ability to expand in the future if your business sees great success . . . so you need flexibility and yet you’d still like to keep a low cost!
How about personality? Do you really want a drab shop for rent, one of those cookie-cutter shops which look just like thousands of other commercial properties across the country, the only thing distinguishing one from the other being the address? Wouldn’t you prefer to have a commercial property with some personality, something which reflects you as an individual?
We’ve now narrowed the search down to some manageable parameters. We want it in the Alliance area, we want it inexpensive, we want it unique, and we want it flexible to handle future growth.
Does that property even exist?
Yes, it does, and it exists at Box Office Warehouse Suites, the latest commercial real estate venture for Ron Sturgeon, local commercial real estate developer and somewhat of a local legend in the Fort Worth area. Sturgeon has taken over 100 shipping containers and made thirty-eight commercial suites for lease. Each suite is 320 square feet in size, and if extra space is needed, another container is added to double the size of the property.
Box Office Warehouse Suites has been professionally designed by Hue Architecture. It is brightly-painted, has all of the latest amenities, is located in the Alliance area, and has to strong anchor tenants in Happy Bank ATM Center and Salon & Spa Galleria. It is, quite frankly, a success waiting to happen.
If you are a small business owner looking for a unique retail lease property, unique, perfect for a small business, then Box Office Warehouse Suites is the only location worth looking at.