We understand why someone would want to live in Dallas, but looking for industrial property for rent in Dallas may not be the best business decision.
Allow us to explain!
Like all large cities, Dallas is seeing a rapid rise in the cost of industrial space. It’s only natural that this occurs. Dallas is one of the booming cities in the United States; businesses are flocking to Texas, and Dallas has open arms, but that also means that property values are rising like skyrockets in the night sky. With real estate, popularity and success mean increased value. Do you really want to pay more for commercial property for rent in Dallas if you have a logical, and cheaper, alternative?
Of course not!
Right next door to Dallas is Tarrant County, and Tarrant County means Fort Worth; it means Haltom City; it means Mansfield and Grapevine and Arlington too. Yes, Dallas is growing, and before its growth affects outlying areas of the DFW Megaplex, it might behoove you to check out commercial property for lease in Tarrant County and its main industrial cities. Think about it: fifteen miles from Dallas, in one of the fastest growing counties in the United States, at a lower cost for industrial space . . . what’s not to love about that deal?
And not only do the cities in Tarrant County offer great value, but unincorporated Tarrant County offers perhaps the best deal of them all. Unincorporated, as in not needing a certificate of occupancy; unincorporated, as in better zoning laws and better tax codes; unincorporated, as in less red tape and welcoming arms!
So you have options, like Box Office Warehouse Suites, the first business park in the DFW area made entirely from shipping containers, and Paddock Place Office Suites, an office park inside a converted horse barn, or Golden Triangle Business Park; and all three of those places are located in the Fort Worth Design District, the newest and funkiest business district in Tarrant County.
And to help you navigate the real estate waters of Tarrant County you have RDS Real Estate, the Number One commercial real estate company in Tarrant County. So what do you need? A warehouse for rent? An office space for lease? Whatever it is you want, check out RDS Real Estate and let them find you a place outside of Dallas which suits your needs.
About RDS Real Estate
RDS Real Estate is a leader in leasing warehouse space, office space for lease, and multi-use space in Tarrant County, featuring industrial and commercial properties in Fort Worth, Haslet, Blue Mound, the Alliance Area, Arlington, Kennedale, and Haltom City. For more information about any of their properties, call Jim Eaton at (817) 439-3224, email leasing@rdsinvestments or visit RDSRealEstate.com. RDS is owned by Ron Sturgeon, a leading name in commercial property for lease in the Fort Worth area. And for information about Sturgeon’s newest business park, Box Office Warehouse Suites, the only business park in Fort Worth made entirely from shipping containers, you can also contact Jim Eaton.