If you are looking for a warehouse for rent around Ft. Worth, you know what a daunting task that is, not because there is a shortage of air-conditioned warehouses for rent, but because the Fort Worth metropolitan area is so goshdarned huge! We are going to help you with your search, so read on.
A warehouse for rent? Take your pick from probably thousands in the Fort Worth metropolitan area, and that right there is the problem: that metropolitan area covers a whole lot of miles and a whole lot of cities. Just a partial list of those cities would include:
- Fort Worth
- North Fort Worth
- The Alliance area
- Hickory Creek
- Flower Mound
- Eagle Mound
- Blue Mound
- North Richland Hills
- Haltom City
And in each of those cities you’ll find warehouses for rent, and that means a whole lot of searching and handshaking and balancing pros and cons, and holy cow, what business owner has that kind of time or willpower?
What if we could simplify the process a bit for you? What if we could narrow that search down to one particular area and one particular location in that area? Would you be appreciative, eager, and willing?
Let’s begin with that partial list of cities within the Fort Worth area. What is the absolute best area for a small business? In our opinion, the best area for a small business is the Alliance commercial real estate area, and we’ve got the facts to prove it.
New major corporations are moving to Alliance. A new outlet mall is moving there. In fact, take a look around, and the first thing you’ll notice is the extensive construction of commercial, residential, and industrial properties. It’s only logical, really. The Alliance area is located at the Golden Triangle exit of I-35, close by Alliance Airport, not too far away from DFW International, in just about the bullseye of commerce in Fort Worth.
So now you’ve got a particular area; now how about a specific location in that area? How about affordable industrial space in Alliance area?
That would be Box Office Warehouse Suites, the first, and only, shipping container business park in the Fort Worth area. Sound a little far-fetched to you? What if we told you that Box Office Warehouse Suites is the brainchild of Ron Sturgeon, the king of developers in the Fort Worth area, with over one-million square feet of industrial and commercial property tucked under his belt. Winner follow winners until they learn to lead themselves, and Ron Sturgeon is about as close to being a legend in Fort Worth as anyone in the city. If Ron thinks shipping containers are the future of commercial and industrial rentals, then it might pay to listen to him. Storage container buildings offer great value.
Want to learn more? Call (817) 903-9438 and speak to a leasing agent at Box Office Warehouse Suites. Ask all your questions and find out for yourself why Box Office Warehouse Suites is about as close to perfect as you are ever going to find. Industrial space for lease with an attitude!