How can flex space Fort Worth Design District be inspirational?
We would rather show you, but we’ll do our best to tell you in this article. If, after you read this article, you decide you want to know more about flex space in Fort Worth, call us at (817) 439-3224. We are RDS Real Estate, the managing firm for the Fashion District Fort Worth, and we can answer any questions you toss our way.
The District is all about multi-use
The Fort Worth Design District was created to be all things for all business owners. That is why all of our properties in The District are considered multi-use. We don’t like to pigeon-hole any of our structures. A warehouse for rent can be an office for rent can be a retail space for lease can be a shop for rent; all we have to do, as the managing firm, is tweak each building a bit to meet your needs, and the Fort Worth Design District is into tweaking in a big way.
At Box Office Warehouse Suites, one of the major structures within The District, we have thirty-eight commercial and industrial “suites” for rent. We do not label them other than to call them suites. They are anything you want them to be. They are all the same size (320 square feet) and they are all the same size ($875 per month). They are recycled and retrofitted shipping containers, so if you want more room we just stack one on top of another and presto, your space has doubled . . . flex space, as in flexible, as in a myriad of choices for you.
The original purpose of flex space
Flex space came into being during the Dot.com craze of the 1990’s. The concept is a good one: sharing work space so that you only use a space when you need it, and when you don’t need it that space is used by someone else. Today that definition has morphed a bit. We see flex space also called coworking space, as in sharing an office, the type of thing you will find at Paddock Place Office Suites, another of the main entities in the Fort Worth Design District. You rent an office or an office space when you need it at Paddock Place, by the month, on a month-by-month basis.
But we take the concept of flex space a bit further
We have Golden Triangle Business Park as the third entity in the Fort Worth Design District, and the Golden Triangle is a rather conventional business park with rather conventional commercial and industrial properties for lease, things like warehouses for rent which are 10,000 square feet, but we leave the norm by encouraging flex space theories, or we encourage two or more businesses sharing a large space like that . . . flexible terms and attitudes in a flexible business park.
And yes, the whole place and the whole process is inspiration as only a new concept can be. We do not trap you in antiquated thinking at the Fort Worth Design District. We want to work with you so that you can find the property you want which inspires you.
That’s our job at RDS Real Estate . . . we help our clients find inspiration in the marketplace.