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If you are considering renting industrial space, and you are reading this article post-pandemic, 2022, and beyond, we have some very good news for you: options are multiplying as we speak in the commercial and industrial property world.

Yes, the economy is confusing and yes, these are uncertain times, but that just means it is also a breeding ground for creative people with creative solutions.  In many way, the business landscape of 2022 is like the Old West, full of possibilities for those willing to think outside of the box, and we are here to help you navigate this brave new world. We are RDS Real Estate, experts at commercial and industrial property for lease in Tarrant County, Texas. Call us at 817-439-3224 for all the information you need about industrial space and the renting thereof.  We are your Fort Worth experts when it comes to thinking outside of the box.

Traditional industrial space is available but not necessary

Yes, you can still rent a warehouse for rent with 10,000 square feet, if that’s what you want.  We have some beauties at Golden Triangle Business Park, in the Fort Worth Design District, which fit that traditional vision quite well.  In fact, it is our belief that traditional industrial property for rent will always exist, whether it be a warehouse for rent, a repair shop for rent, a garage for rent, or an office warehouse for rent. There are tens-of-thousands of traditional industrial spaces on the American landscape, so no worries in that regard.

But, for those who may not need traditional industrial space, or for those who cannot afford the traditional, there are new options available to you.

Tight budget? No worries!

Have you heard of flex space? Have you considered sharing industrial space with another company?  If you are a small company, have you considered using a self-storage facility as a warehouse for your inventory?  Have you looked into the use of shipping containers as industrial space?  In the Fort Worth Design District, at a place called Box Office Warehouse Suites, there is an entire business park made from shipping containers, individual 320-square foot spaces perfect for small businesses and small business budgets.

You have options, and more creative options are popping up daily across the business landscape of America.

Our final word of advice

One word of advice, or caution if you will: make sure the zoning in a particular area is such that your creative solution is allowed.  Sit down with a trusted real estate broker and discuss your options. Find one who is creative and willing to look at non-traditional options.  They are out there, they are hustling for their clients, and they are worth their weight in gold if you find one.

In the Fort Worth area, finding one is as easy as calling RDS Real Estate.

A final word about RDS Real Estate

We are locally owned and operated, and we are the driving force, the creative source, behind the Fort Worth Design District.  Making an entire business park out of recycled and refurbished shipping containers was our vision.  Making coworking space out of a refurbished horse paddock was our vision.  We see the business landscape a little bit differently than most real estate firms, so if you are looking for “a little bit different,” call RDS Real Estate.