We recently had someone call our office at Box Office Warehouse Suites asking for advice in finding Ft Worth townhomes for rent. Actually they first asked us if we rented townhomes. We had to tell her no, no, we rent offices, warehouses, makerspaces, and artist studios, but we don’t rent townhomes. Then she asked us if we had any advice where she should look for a suitable apartment for rent.
And the answer to her, and the answer to you, is yes, we do have some advice for that search.
The problem she is facing, and the problem so many people face once they get to Fort Worth and start looking for suitable rental homes in Ft. Worth, is the fact that the Fort Worth area encompasses so much space. Hey, all the old jokes are true . . . TEXAS IS BIG! Just a partial list of cities within the Fort Worth metropolitan area would include the following:
- Lake Dallas
- Hickory Creek
- Corral City
- Fort Worth, of course
- Flower Mound
- Eagle Mound
- Blue Mound
- North Richland Hills
- Haltom City
- Melody Hills
Are you beginning to see the problem? That is a whole lot of apartment hunting, or a warehouse for rent around Fort Worth, a whole lot of gasoline used in the search, and a whole lot of time, effort, and fret expended. And if you are a person moving into the Fort Worth area, and you don’t know the area, this daunting task turns into Mission Impossible.
Luckily, for the woman who called our office, and for all of you reading this article, we are here to help with her apartment for rent in Fort Worth. We have one suggestion, and one suggestion only, which will save you from having a number of nervous-breakdowns, and that one suggestion is: the Alliance area of North Fort Worth, close by the Golden Triangle exit of Interstate 35. If we were forced at gunpoint to name the best area to live in, to have a business in, or to work in, we would pick the Alliance area. Take the exit we mentioned, get out of your vehicle, and take a look around. What you will see is growth. What you will see is healthy commercial, industrial, and residential growth. You’ll see conveniences. You’ll see office space for rent in the Alliance area. You’ll see easy access to major transportation routes. You’ll see, in a nutshell, everything you need in Fort Worth, compressed into one area, sort of like a mini-Fort Worth.
You want a townhome? You’ll find house rentals in the Alliance area. You want a small office? You’ll find one in the Alliance area, most notably at Box Office Warehouse Suites. The same can be said for a warehouse, a makerspace, or an artist suites . . . Box Office Warehouse Suites in the Alliance area of Forth Worth, Texas.
So put away the road maps. Shut off your GPS. Just steer your vehicle off Interstate 35 at the Golden Triangle Exit and tell yourself “Welcome Home!”