Why rent commercial property in Fort Worth, Texas? There are, after all, any number of locations to choose from, locally, regionally, and nationally, so why Fort Worth? With so much commercial real estate for rent, how do you narrow your search down to Fort Worth?
How much time do you have for our answer? Seriously, we could spend a good hour answering that question.
Here’s the thing: Fort Worth is happening, baby! North Texas is the fourth-largest Metro area in the United States according to NTCOG, with a population growth of nearly two percent and a population of approximately seven million. Let that sink in for a moment: the fourth-largest Metro area in the whole darned country!
The 2014 Census showed that the Dallas-Fort Worth area added another 145,000 people that year, and that area is one of four areas in Texas that collectively have added more people than . . . are you ready for it . . . more people than any other state in the U.S.!
Fort Worth is happening, baby!
Now let’s narrow it down a bit for you. Within the Fort Worth area is the Alliance commercial real estate area. This area is near Alliance Airport, just off of I-35, and only fifteen miles west of DFW International Airport. It is centrally located, within easy access of major transportation, and just happens to be the fastest growing commercial real estate and residential area in the Fort Worth Metro. IKEA will soon be opening a new store there, and plans have been announced for Tanger Outlet Mall to be built.
Alliance is happening, baby!
Now let’s narrow it down more. Within the Alliance commercial real estate development area is Box Office Warehouse Suites, the latest project owned and managed by developer Ron Sturgeon, a man who happens to own over one-million square feet of small multi-tenant commercial properties in Tarrant County, a man who recently appeared on CNBC’s Blue Collar Millionaire. Box Office Warehouse Suites is a development with 38 office-business suites, totaling about 55,000 square feet of commercial property, with very low, favorable rents.
And the reason his rents are so favorable is because Box Office Warehouse Suites is a development made entirely from shipping containers, the first and only location in Fort Worth offering box suite office space for rent. Box Office Warehouse Suites is part of the new shipping container revolution, and the fact that Ron Sturgeon is a part of that revolution gives it all the credence it needs.
Box Office Warehouse Suites is happening, baby!
And narrowing it down even more, Box Office Warehouse Suites are shipping containers totally refurbished into affordable office, warehouses, artist suites, garages, workspaces and makerspaces. They are flexible, quirky, one-of-a-kind, brightly colored, stand alone, easy to add on to, and they scream that you are an entrepreneur with your eye on the future.
And that is why you should rent commercial property in Fort Worth, Texas! Alliance shipping containers are available right now at BOWL.
Are you a dreamer? Are you an out-of-the-box thinker? Heck, are you just looking for a great deal in industrial leasing?
Give us a call at (817) 903-9438 and let’s get you into a shipping container “office with attitude!”