What kind of studio for rent in Fort Worth are you looking for? A studio for rent to live in, or a studio for rent to work in?
We can help you with the latter. We are RDS Real Estate in Fort Worth, Texas, and if there is a studio for rent in Tarrant County, we know about it. Call us at (817) 439-3224.
What to look for in a studio for rent
What do you want in a studio for rent? It depends, to a certain extent, on what you want that studio for. Perhaps you are an artist, a photographer, or some other practitioner of the Arts. Perhaps you simply like the idea of renting a small space upstairs where you can ply your craft. Whatever the case may be, there are some basics we think any studio should have.
Assuming the studio is being used in a traditional way i.e. the Arts, good lighting is a must, and good lighting means good window distribution for natural light. We can tell you right now, it is our experience in the Fort Worth/Tarrant County area, good lighting is rare in the studios we have seen. Mind you, we did not say non-existent . . . just rare.
Your studio should be easy to access. It should have parking nearby, and it should be easy to enter from the street level. It should also be secure. Easy access does not have to mean poor security. Ask the landlord/leasing agent about security in the building where the loft exists.
A loft for rent is essentially a commercial property for rent, and commercial properties are priced by the square foot plus location. This is an important point. Commercial property for lease Grapevine is priced differently than commercial property for lease Fort Worth. In fact, commercial property in the downtown area of Fort Worth is priced differently than commercial property for rent in the unincorporated areas of the city. You have to determine how much you can afford to pay for a studio for rent, and then find the best area in Fort Worth at the price you can afford.
Location matters for studios for rent
Don’t kid yourself, location does matter in business. In the Arts world, if you are a famous artist known worldwide, your art studio could be located practically anywhere and people would find you and come to you, but if you are a struggling artist trying to make a name for yourself, finding the right location for your studio is crucial for exposure.
What location do we suggest in Fort Worth?
For our money, and in our professional opinion, there is no better location for a studio than the Fort Worth Design District in the Alliance Area of unincorporated North Fort Worth. This is a funky little pocket business neighborhood which has an artistic vibe to it, a creative enclave for those who think outside the box of life. It is also in the Alliance Area, one of the fastest growing commercial areas in all of Tarrant County.
Check out the studios for rent at Box Office Warehouse Suites . . . 320 square feet for $875 per month, in the District. We can show it to you.
Contact us . . . RDS Real Estate . . . we’ve got what you need.