Do a Google search for “loft for rent Fort Worth.” We just did one before starting this article, and all we got for our efforts was a bunch of apartment listings.
That will not do for someone looking for an artist loft, or a photography loft, in a commercial area of Fort Worth. We, however, can help. Call us at (817) 439-3224. We are RDS Real Estate, and we work daily with business people, artists, and craftsmen to find the commercial property for rent Fort Worth which perfectly matches their needs.
What is a loft for rent in commercial real estate?
One thing everyone in commercial real estate can agree upon regarding lofts for rent is that they are upstairs units. A loft for rent is not ground floor, and in commercial real estate a loft for rent is usually above another existing business. The term may be a bit confusing, but the reality of it is as old as the concept of a downtown corridor in any city. Go to any major city in the United States and you will find an insurance agency on Main Street and an office loft above it, or an artist studio loft above it, or some other combination of businesses. The same is true in Fort Worth, so finding a loft for rent in Fort Worth is reasonably simple to achieve. The trick, then, is finding the perfect location for your commercial property lease Fort Worth.
Location of a loft for rent in Fort Worth
Location affects two things: the cost of the loft lease and the flow of commercial traffic by your loft.
A loft in downtown Fort Worth is going to be expensive in a desirable section of downtown. That’s just the simple truth of commercial real estate in a thriving city. The traffic flow is heavy, potential customers flow by daily, and downtown real estate is expensive because of that traffic flow. But there are other parts of Fort Worth where prices are not that steep and traffic flow is still at a high level, and one such area is the Alliance Area of unincorporated North Fort Worth. Consider this about the Alliance Area:
- Minutes from dining & shopping at Alliance Town Center & Presido Junction
- One of the fastest growing area in the DFW Metroplex
- 50,000 households within five miles
- Average household income of $100,849
- Total population within 3 miles of 47,417
- 14,609 households within 3 miles.
Those numbers are not an illusion. The Alliance Area is now seeing more growth than any other area in Tarrant County. Right off of 35W, the Alliance Area is poised to be a big player in the economic landscape of Fort Worth for years to come, but to this date the price of commercial property for rent has not risen dramatically. This, of course, means there are great deals to be had for a loft for rent Fort Worth.
We would draw your attention to Box Office Warehouse Suites where 320 square foot lofts for rent are currently renting for $875 per month. We are sure you will agree that Box Office Warehouse Suites should be on your “must visit” list when looking for a loft for rent.