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If the words “affordable Fort Worth studio for rent” sound like a fairy tale, we invite you to read this article. In it we will present you with two options which we believe are not only affordable but are also smack dab in the middle of a huge growth spurt in Fort Worth.

We are RDS Real Estate, serving the Greater Fort Worth Metro area, as well as Tarrant, Parker, and Johnson Counties, with affordable industrial space and commercial property for rent. Call us at 817-439-3224 for more information.

North Fort Worth studio for rent.

For the last four years, the greatest activity in Tarrant County, the greatest development in all of Tarrant County, has been happening in the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth. And it stands to reason why that is . . . Fort Worth Metro, the downtown area, is over-saturated, completely developed, leaving new businesses to seek new areas for development.

In response to that demand, located in the Alliance Area, is the Fort Worth Design District, and in that district is Box Office Warehouse Suites, with units starting at 320-square feet in size and easily the most affordable prime rental property in Tarrant County.  If you are a small business owner, looking for a studio for rent, where the action is, look no further than the Fort Worth Design District.

South Fort Worth studio for rent.

The bragging rights for fastest growing area was held by the Alliance Area for several years; it is our belief that those bragging rights will shift, soon, to South Fort Worth, and in particular the area around Alvarado.

There you will find 917 Industrial Park, with properties ranging in size from 1200 square feet to 26,000 square feet.  Imagine a studio for rent, 1200 square feet in size, which also includes a small warehouse with a 14’ bay door. This may be the only property of its kind in Tarrant/Parker/Johnson Counties, and it is strategically located for the growth happening in the 2020s.

Go where the action is and not where it once was.

What we are suggesting is that the future of Fort Worth lies north and south of the Metro area, and a smart business owner, one with an eye towards the future, will look at the Alliance Area and the area around Alvarado, thus taking advantage of the growth which is already happening.  Fort Worth will top one million residents by 2030, and that growth means more goods and services needed.  The smart move is to place your company in the path of the growth which is already happening, and which will continue to happen through the end of this decade.

A final word about RDS Real Estate.

RDS Real Estate has its finger on the pulse of Tarrant, Parker, and Johnson Counties.  With over three-million square feet of industrial and commercial property for lease, we feel safe in saying we have what you need.  We are locally owned and operated, and we invite you to call us, talk to a leasing agent, and start the process of finding a new location for your company.