Shipping container homes and buildings in Fort Worth are increasing in number, and for good reason: they just may be the most practical innovation to come along in a very long time.
And if you are a businessman, you should be paying attention to shipping container homes an alternatives.
Welcome to the shipping container revolution!
Container buildings are revolutionary and practical, and that makes them attractive to any developer with half a brain. They are inexpensive to build, which means they can be rented at a lower price, and they are eco-friendly, which means they will appeal to environmentalists.
They appeal to the minimalists out there, and there is a growing number of them in this country.
They are, in fact, the hottest thing to hit the real estate market in a very long time.
They are so hot that they have grabbed the attention of the most productive developer in the Fort Worth area, Ron Sturgeon, self-made serial entrepreneur millionaire and owner of over a million square feet of small, multi-use commercial property. They are so hot that Ron Sturgeon has built a new business park, Box Office Warehouse Suites, made entirely from shipping containers.
It goes something like this:
Ron bought up some property in the Alliance commercial real estate area, the hottest real estate area in North Fort Worth. On that property he brought in one-hundred shipping containers finished out by Container King of Denton, Texas. He had those containers designed by Hue Grant of Hue Architecture. He painted them bright color, he had quality interior work done to them, and he added a boatload of amenities, amenities that any small businessperson would drool over. He gave them a high level of finish, did additional work on the foundations, insulated, added higher seer HVACs, added more parking than was necessary, added sidewalks, added Wi-Fi access points throughout the suites, added outside pole lighting for better security, added larger windows with blinds throughout, grass on the upstairs patios, added electric car charging stations and bike racks, and contact doors and windows.
And then he offered his suites at an inexpensive price so they would appeal to all small business owners.
He wrapped it up in nice ribbon, put a bow on it, and called it Box Office Warehouse Suites, and now it is available to rent. When the hottest developer in the area offers up the most revolutionary commercial space to be seen in years, people notice.
Take the Golden Triangle Exit off Interstate 35 and drive to 1953 Golden Heights Road. Park in the spacious parking lot and look around. What you are going to see is the future. But don’t take our word for it. Salon & Spa Galleria thought so much of the idea that they became an anchor tenant for the business park, as did Happy Bank, two of the leading businesses in the Fort Worth area.
It’s like betting on a sure thing at the racetrack. How can you possibly lose?
Box Office Warehouse Suites, commercial property for rent with an attitude!