Shipping container studio conversions are so very easy to do, and that, really, is the beauty of shipping container buildings in general. They offer the flexibility any small business owner could ever want.
Yes, we said shipping containers, those rectangular items you see by the hundreds in any port city, sitting on the docks awaiting the next cargo ship. Some genius along the way, some architect with a surplus of imagination, took a look at a shipping container and saw potential others never saw, and from that one architect came the shipping container revolution.
There are over seven million unused shipping containers in the world today, containers not needed for shipping, just sitting on docks with no particular purpose, and construction companies today see the potential and they are acting on it. Today we see a rapid increase container offices, container warehouses, container studios and container shops. Small business owners, tired of the “work from home” syndrome and all the problems associated with working from home, are turning to shipping containers for the answers to their problems.
Why shipping containers?
Their flexibility is the first reason. Shipping container office plans offer flexibility. Shipping containers can easily be retrofitted and become anything you need them to be. Add partitions, take out walls, add windows, door, paneling, overhead lighting . . . heck, add a stairwell and stack containers on top of each other . . . the possibilities are endless with shipping container construction. If your business grows you simply add on another shipping container. If your business drops in sales, you always have the option to remove one of the containers. It truly is that easy.
Shipping container construction is less expensive than traditional construction. The reason for this is apparent: the framing and shell of the container building is already constructed, meaning less construction costs, meaning less rental cost. For a small business owner this is a very attractive financial alternative.
And in a world that is increasingly aware of the environment and the waste inherent in a growing population, shipping containers provide an eco-friendly alternative to construction, saving natural resources and leaving a “green” stamp on container commercial enterprises.
A shipping container studio, then, can become a shipping container office, shop, warehouse, or artist suite, with a minimal amount of retrofitting, and that means a minimal amount of extra cost.
How attractive is that for a small business owner? Wouldn’t you like to lease office space for the future?
Where can you see one of these shipping container studios? In the Fort Worth area, the one and only shipping container business park is Box Office Warehouse Suites, located in the heart of the Alliance commercial real estate area, just off of Interstate 35 near the Alliance Airport. Serving the greater Fort Worth area, Box Office Warehouse Suites offers thirty-eight container suites designed by a noted architect and available for any small business owner with creativity and a vision. Work spaces downstairs, meeting rooms and patios upstairs, Box Office Warehouse Suites offers a vision of the future at yesterday’s leasing cost, and how attractive is that for a small business owner? Shipping container office space for lease at a great value.
The answer is “VERY!”
For more information about Box Office Warehouse Suites, call the leasing agent at (817) 903-9438.