“Work from home” means about twenty percent of you reading this article. That’s the percentage of adults who have a home-based business, so we’re talking tens of millions, and yet, in that huge number, the number one problem is pretty easy to predict: a lack of space! If you are one of the twenty percent, you know this is true. There is never enough room at home for your business, and because of your business there is never enough room for your home life.
You are facing the classic commercial suite dilemma: you need more space but your income isn’t sufficient enough to afford commercial space because, let’s face it, commercial space is expensive.
So what to do? It is the classic dilemma, one that every single small business owner faces. Well fortunately for you, this article is about to solve that dilemma.
How about a home office away from home?
In a perfect world, what do you need for space for that home business of yours? 200 square feet of extra space? 300? Enough room for what, a small office? A small warehouse? A small artist suite? Perhaps you work with several others and you need about 300 square feet of makerspace. Maybe flex space is what you need. How can you afford any of that if your business is young? After all, Bill Gates started out in his garage, and what was good enough for Bill Gates will just have to be good enough for you, right?
Wrong! The problem with that kind of thinking is the fact that Bill Gates didn’t have shipping containers available to him when he was first starting out. If he had, he probably would have opened his first makerspace in one such shipping container.
The point is this: shipping containers as commercial space is inexpensive. Don’t assume you can’t afford commercial property until you’ve checked out a business park made from shipping containers, and one such business park can be found in the Alliance commercial real estate area of North Fort Worth, Texas, and it is called Box Office Warehouse Suites. Now, Box Office Warehouse Suites is the first, and only, business park made from shipping containers. Considering the fact that North Fort Worth is “on fire” right now with economic growth, the fact that Box Office Warehouse Suites is the only container business park might scare off some people, that is until they realize that Box Office Warehouse Suites is owned and operated by the largest and most successful real estate developer in North Fort Worth, Ron Sturgeon. Mister Sturgeon is somewhat of a legend in North Fort Worth, a true rags-to-riches entrepreneur who went from homeless to multi-millionaire, a guy who seems to touch something and it turns to gold, that sort of guy.
So if Mister Sturgeon thinks a business park made from shipping containers is a good idea, you might want to sit up and pay close attention.
Offices with attitude! Commercial property for rent with an attitude! That’s what Sturgeon calls Box Office Warehouse Suites. So what do you think? Inexpensive and with attitude . . . perfect for your “work from home” business?