One size rarely fits all, and that is extremely true when searching for a studio for rent Tarrant County.
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Here’s the main problem when searching for a studio for rent: what do you mean by “studio?” This is one of those real estate terms which has several definitions. A studio apartment is usually one room which can be partitioned into different living spaces i.e. a living room, a kitchenette, a bedroom, etc. It is usually fairly small in size i.e. under 500 square feet.
But there are also studios for rent in commercial real estate, and these are usually one-room spaces which are used by photographers, artists, sculptors, or writers where they create works of art.
So which are you looking for? We will be dedicating the rest of this article on those artsy types who are looking for a creative space among all the commercial property for rent Tarrant County.
What you should look for in a studio for rent
We’ve put together a short list of features we believe are important to those looking for a studio for rent:
- Good lighting
- A creative atmosphere
- A supportive community
- Adequate space
- A manageable price
Let’s look at each of these in a little more detail.
Good lighting is a must for those in the Arts, and generally speaking the lighting is better with altitude. As you rise above street level, the lighting improves. Again, that is a general statement, but we have found a loft for rent to be better than a ground-floor studio for rent for artists.
A creative atmosphere and supportive community go hand in hand. We all work better when we are supported with encouraging words from time to time. We are pack animals, like it or not, and we function at peak efficiency when we are “among our own.” Artists feed off of each other’s creativity and energy. It’s a fact you cannot ignore. Look for a studio for rent in a creative neighborhood which caters to other arty types and you will be happier in the long run.
Those in the Arts looking for a studio for rent usually do not need too much room. Remember, you are paying for the property per square foot, so don’t be sold on 1,000 square feet of commercial property for lease if you don’t need 1,000 square feet. We know artists who do quite well in less than 500 square feet.
And that is related to the price: if you can’t find a studio for rent under $1,000 per month, hold out until you do find one. We are RDS Real Estate, and it is our opinion that $1,000 per month is an important price for a studio for rent. We know of some studios for rent in the Fort Worth Design District which cost $875 per months, 320 square feet in size, so our advice is don’t pay for what you won’t use.
Contact us for more information about the Fort Worth Design District, or for any commercial or industrial property for rent Tarrant County. We are locally owned and operated and we are standing by to help you.