You need a shop for rent. You have a shop for rent wish list, and you begin your search. There are literally dozens just in the one city where you live, and it takes about an hour for frustration to begin building. Is your wish list too long, are you being unreasonable, or is it that most shops for rent are terribly inadequate? What are your shop for lease options?
We have an answer to your commercial space dilemma! Are you interested?
So what’s on that wish list of yours? Chances are you’re looking for a shop for rent in a great location, right? I mean who isn’t? What business owner would look for a horrible location, am I correct? So yes, great location, a very reasonable request, you should keep it on the list.
Next on your list is flexibility. Your business changes, just like everything else in life. The needs of your customers change, the business volume changes, products change, and on and on we go, where it stops nobody knows, and you need a shop for rent that is capable of changing as the business landscape changes. Again, a very reasonable request, and you should keep it on the list.
Looking for a shop to rent can be frustrating, can’t it?
It just so happens that you are an environmentalist and you worry about the planet, so you also want a shop for rent that is eco-friendly. You want a shop that uses as few natural resources as possible and again, although this is not a widely-stated wish when shopping for a shop for rent, it is reasonable to you, so keep it on the list.
And you want a shop for rent that has a reasonable price tag. You have a small business and you can’t afford a high rent, and you certainly can’t afford a sudden increase in that rent five years down the line so again, keep it on the list, it is very reasonable.
Maybe your list has a few more odds and ends, personal wishes which you can take or leave; they aren’t deal-breakers in your search but they would be nice to find.
And like we said earlier, it takes you a couple hours to realize that maybe the “perfect shop” doesn’t exist.
But it does, and in the Fort Worth area, its name is Box Office Warehouse Suites, and BOWS is all about the shipping container revolution.
Shipping containers, inexpensive, eco-friendly, flexible, quirky, like giant Legos for adult kids, and in the Fort Worth area, BOWS is the first and only shipping container business park, plopped down in the Alliance commercial real estate area, one of the fastest-growing commercial areas not only in Texas but in the United States. Shipping containers, retrofitted to meet your specific needs, capable of stacking for more room, inexpensive because of how quickly they can be retrofitted . . . these are creative spaces for people who like to think into the future and see a successful world. This is office rental with an attitude, and doesn’t that sound just perfect?
And if you don’t live in the Fort Worth area, begin and end your search searching for a shipping container business park in your area and find the perfect retail space for lease. It will be the best thing you ever did for your shop.