It is a brave new world in the commercial and industrial space for lease world, and nowhere in Fort Worth is that more obvious than with regards to flex space Fort Worth Design District. For those unfamiliar with flex space and/or unfamiliar with the Fort Worth Design District, this article will educate you to this unique opportunity.
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Now, let’s look at flex space Fort Worth Design District.
What is flex space?
Flex space can be loosely defined as any building (typically single story) that has some sort of combination of warehouse space and office/retail space. These units often have a warehouse door or loading dock with a higher ceiling height – typically around 14-16 feet tall.
Flex warehouses come in all shapes and sizes and, because they have such variable uses, these types of buildings are very attractive to an array of businesses seeking space. Potential occupants can include manufacturers, brewers, artists, auto shops, and cabinet makers, just to name a few examples.
The key to flex space is loosely-defined zoning. In the past, areas of a city were strictly governed by strict zoning laws. Only businesses zoned as manufacturing, only businesses zoned as retail, etc. But for flex space, those zoning rules are flexibly, and companies which blur the lines of description flourish in such situations.
Where will you find flex space in your city?
Well, hopefully it does exist. Some cities are a little slow in receiving the memo, so to speak, and are still clinging to antiquated zoning procedures and standards. Talk to your city officials and find out which parts of your city are zoned for flex space, and if you live in Fort Worth, there is no need to inquire; simply drive to the Fort Worth Design District to find outstanding flex space available.
What is the Fort Worth Design District?
Drive to the Alliance Area of North Forth Worth, specifically to 1921-1953 Golden Heights Road, and you will find a little over forty acres of prime commercial and industrial property, divided into three distinct business parks: Box Office Warehouse Suites, Paddock Place Office Suites, and the Golden Triangle Business Park. In addition you will find the Golden Triangle Dog Park because, well, at the Fort Worth Design District we love man’s best friend.
Flex space Fort Worth Design District can be found as small as 320 square feet; it can be found larger than 5,000 square feet. The zoning in The District encourages creativity. It encourages thinking outside the box in a brave new world of 21st Century business. It is for the Creatives. It is for the Free-thinking Entrepreneurs who are convinced that a square peg will fit in a round hole.
It just might be for you!
Making flex space Fort Worth Design District work for your business
Will it work for you? There is no way of knowing, but the first step is to call our leasing agent at the Fort Worth Design District and arrange for a tour of our outstanding business enclave. Talk to the agent about possibilities. Flex space is changing the way people look at business, and flex space Fort Worth Design District is changing the face of Fort Worth business.