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If it is a garage for rent you want, and you live in the Greater Fort Worth Metro area, we have two suggestions you will want to pay attention to. We are RDS Real Estate, and we have our finger on the pulse of commercial and industrial properties for lease. Call us at 817-439-3224 for more information.

Now, though, let’s talk about two great opportunities for those looking for a garage for rent Fort Worth.

Garage for rent in South Fort Worth area.

We will give you our thoughts about the Fort Worth Metro area a little later on in this article. Right now we want to give you a heads up about some great properties available in South Fort Worth, specifically in the Alvarado area of Johnson County, an easy thirty minute drive from the Metro area.

There you will find 917 Industrial Park, and there you will find a business park designed and constructed with small businesses in mind.  Properties range from 1200 square feet to 26,000 square feet, all have 14’ bay doors, all have a small office, and all have restrooms. Some even have loading docks.

If you operate a small garage, or you are planning on doing so, these properties really need to be on your must-see list.  Here is just one of them available:

4556 JD Mouser Pkwy. #120
Alvarado, Texas 76009

 2000 sq. ft. garage shop for rent near Alvarado.

  • One 14 foot tall bay door
  • One office
  • One restroom

No CO required. Outside city limits in Johnson County. Nearby highways include Hwy 287, Hwy 67, FM 917 and I-35W.

Seriously, is that perfect or not for a small garage?

Garage for lease in North Fort Worth area.

If north is what you prefer, we draw your attention to Box Office Warehouse Suites, located in the Fort Worth Design District in North Fort Worth, the Alliance Area. There you will find units 320-square feet in size, 8’x40’ to be exact, or double them up to make a great size for a small garage. These are in the fastest growing commercial and industrial area in Tarrant County, so growth is all but guaranteed from now until 2030, when Fort Worth is predicted to hit one million residents.

What’s wrong with Fort Worth Metro?

There is nothing wrong with Fort Worth Metro other than the fact that all available land has been developed, meaning that industrial space which is not currently leased will cost considerably more than it did, say, in 2020.  Fort Worth growth is spreading north and south; anyone involved with city planning can tell you that, and it will continue to spread in those directions as the 2020s come to a close. Now, not later, is the time to place your business right in the path of that growth.

A final word about RDS Real Estate.

RDS Real Estate is locally owned and operated. With over three million square feet of industrial and commercial property for rent, we are confident we can find what you need, from a warehouse for rent to retail space to lease to office space for lease. Call us today and we will find what you need at a price you can afford.