It’s not often you hear about unique commercial property for rent. Traditionally, commercial property for lease is typically predictable in shape and design, utilitarian as a matter of fact. This is done for a number of reasons, the most important of which is cost.
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Using lumber in standard lengths, cutting lumber in 90% angles, these practices mean less lumber used and faster construction time, which all leads to lower construction costs and more profit for the builders.
It also means, quite frankly, commercial property which is, at the very best, boring in appearance.
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Yes, commercial space for lease can be unique.
And proof of that statement can be found in the Alliance area of North Fort Worth, in the heart of the Fort Worth Design District, in a business park called Box Office Warehouse Suites. There you will find close to forty multi-use commercial properties made entirely from shipping containers. But before we tell you more about Box Office Warehouse Suites, and its next door neighbor Paddock Place Office Suites, let’s say a word about the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth.
A commercial property for lease in the Alliance area is a wise choice.
Why? What makes Alliance commercial space for lease such a good idea? The Alliance area features the following:
- 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.
It is, in fact, one of the fastest growing commercial areas in all of Texas, the perfect place for a small business to thrive. Add to all that the fact that it is in unincorporated Tarrant County, meaning a certificate of occupancy is not needed, meaning much less governmental regulation and red tape, which is always a good thing.
So we have, in Box Office Warehouse Suites, a truly unique group of commercial properties in a commercial area growing leaps and bounds, and also in the Fort Worth Design District we have Paddock Place Office Suites, an office building made from a converted horse barn.
Again, truly unique!
Both of these business parks are locally owned and operated by RDS Real Estate and local entrepreneur Ron Sturgeon, the owner of over one-million square feet of multi-use commercial property in Tarrant County, Texas.
And that all adds up to this fact: you can find mundane, standard commercial property for rent in practically every city in America, offices and shops and retail units, all similar, all following the same construction design. Or you can step out of the norm and check out places like Box Office Warehouse Suites or Paddock Place Office Suites, and feel good about your choice. Rent commercial property with an attitude!
Surely you must feel like your business is unique. Don’t you think a unique business deserves unique commercial property to call home?