Nestled in the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Design District is, to put it colorfully, the future of commercial and industrial activity in the Greater Fort Worth area. We invite you to give us a call at 817-439-3224 to arrange for a tour with our leasing agent, who is always available to answer questions over the phone if you prefer.
So, what is a Design District?
A Design District is 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.
Fort Worth Design District is just north of the city limits and south of Alliance at the Golden Triangle Exit off of I35W, so everything is close by but moving in does not require getting a certificate of occupancy from the city. In contrast to some design districts that exist in areas that are revitalizing, this is a new purpose-built park for creative microbusinesses.
What specifically is the Fort Worth Design District?
The Fort Worth Design District is comprised of three separate business parks: Box Office Warehouse Suites, Paddock Place Office Suites, and the Golden Triangle Business Park. Because we are dog lovers, we also offer the Golden Triangle Dog Park.
Box Office Warehouse Suites: an entire business park made from refurbished shipping containers. Prices for quality 320-square foot properties begin under $1000 per month, perfect for small businesses on tight budgets.
Paddock Place Office Suites: coworking space for those who do not need full-year leases for office spaces, but like to rent an office by the month. The main site is a renovated horse barn, and the ambiance is unlike any other office building in Fort Worth.
Golden Triangle Business Park: for those traditionalists out there, Golden Triangle Business Park offers industrial property for lease for those who like the standard industrial look in a warehouse for rent, garage for rent, shop for rent, and other multi-uses.
Why we consider it to be the future
Downtown Fort Worth is not the future, and we make that statement based on available growth-potential plus the statistics which show growth in Tarrant County. There is no room for growth in Downtown Fort Worth. However, the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth is the fastest-growing commercial and industrial area in all of Tarrant County. With room to grow, and very accommodating zoning laws, the Alliance Area is definitely the place to be as we move beyond 2022.
How could it benefit you, the business owner?
Where would you rather be, at the forefront of growth in Tarrant County, or in the rearview mirror? Forward-thinking business owners always have an eye on the future. They are aware of trends. They know where the growth will come from. They make their future plans based on quantitative date rather than sentimental memories. And forward-thinking business owners want to rub shoulders with similar-thinking professionals.
Add it all up and it spells the Fort Worth Design District. Call us if we have awakened some interest in you. This is your time. This is your golden opportunity to embrace the future before it becomes the norm. Fort Worth is growing in new and exciting ways, and you can be a part of it all.