It’s been a couple years now since Fort Worth Design District hung up its “open for business” sign, but still there are those in the Fort Worth Metro area who are a bit lacking in information regarding our outstanding business district. With that in mind, this article aims to set the record straight, and explain to all what The District has to offer Fort Worth businesses. Call us at 817-439-3224 for more information and to arrange for a guided tour with our leasing agent.
Now, we promised you some information, and so let’s get down to it. What does the Fort Worth Design District have to offer Fort Worth businesses?
What is the Fort Worth Design District?
From our website, we give you this description:
“A business enclave made for creative entrepreneurs in fashion, design, architecture, technology, and other fields that prize both design and aesthetics. About 40 acres, Fort Worth Design District features retail shop spaces, studios and workshops, showrooms, light industrial spaces for makers, distributors and manufacturers and office suites.”
But it is so much more.
The District is actually three business parks in one, a little something for everyone. It is Box Office Warehouse Suites. It is Paddock Place Office Suites. And it is the Golden Triangle Business Park. Toss in a dog park, toss in the largest collection of street/graffiti art in Texas, and you will begin to get the impression that The District is not just some random business park stuck out on the prairie.
The main advantages of the Fort Worth Design District.
Any discussion about advantages must begin with the location. We are located in the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth, and that just happens to be the fastest growing industrial and commercial area in all of Tarrant County. You know the old movie line “ Build it and they will come?” Well, we built it, and Fort Worth residents are flocking into the area, all with consumer needs, all looking for businesses to deal with.
Plus a little something extra.
This design district is surrounded by newer homes and mixed use commercial property. It’s a fast-growing area with appealing demographics. Alliance Airport is just to the north of the district and the many appealing restaurants along 135 are within easy reach for a business lunch, dinner, or happy hour with the team. Part of the district was once a working horse farm. The barn has been renovated and is now open for businesses that want modern space with a rustic feel. We’ve got the fun, funky workspace that will inspire your best work.
Doers Moving In
Community members include businesses in these categories:
- Interior designers
- Web designers
- Etsy and Amazon businesses
- Tech businesses
- Auto restoration
- Furniture restoration and woodworking businesses
- Tattoo artists
- Printers and graphic artists
Can we sum up The District in one word? If so, that word would be different, and in this case, different is fantastic for your business.
A final word about The District.
Hey, don’t take our word for it. Drive on out to the Fort Worth Design District and see for yourself. Talk to some of our current clients. Heck, maybe one of them will invite you to a barbecue on their loft deck up above their business, or a game of horseshoes out back. The District is that kind of place, and we are looking for business owners like you.
Call us for commercial and industrial space for lease.!