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Arlington office space for lease is plentiful, so no worries as you begin your search.  In fact, it took us all of ten seconds to find these two properties on Sturgeon Court in Arlington:

There is office space for lease in downtown Arlington.  There is office space for rent in business parks and stand-alone office buildings and just outside the city limits.  Give us five minutes and we can find you fifty offices to look at.

The question we wish to ask you this morning is this:  is Arlington the right city for you and your business?  It may be and that is great.  The nature of your business may be such that only Arlington will do, in which case there is no reason to read the rest of this article.

If, however, the nature of your business is generic . . . in other words, your business will thrive no matter where it is located . . . then read on!

The goal of any business is to succeed, and success is measured by the bottom line on that profit and loss statement, correct?  And since any novice in real estate will tell you that location matters greatly, we then pose this question to you:  if you can find more business in a city other than Arlington, would you be interested?  Office space to rent in Fort Worth, for instance; would you be interested if it helped your company?

There are a number of reasons why one city might be better for a business than another city.  One city might be business friendly with tax codes and zoning codes which welcome businesses rather than punish them.  Some cities might be on major highways rather than on backroads. Some cities might be growing in population and commerce while others are stagnant.

This is not to say that Arlington is any of those negative things.  It is simply to say that you should look at your options, including the newest business neighborhood in the fastest growing commercial area in Tarrant County.  We are referring to the Fort Worth Design District in the Alliance Area, no more than twenty miles from Arlington.

Now if you could be shown that your business would do better in The District than in Arlington, would you be interested?

It’s something to think about.  It’s something to at least consider.

Give us a call.  We will help you in this important decision.


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  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.

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