Making a statement like the Fashion District Fort Worth is the future of Fort Worth Commerce is a bit bold. We know that, but we also know it is true, and that is the purpose of this article, to point out the many reasons why anyone interested in finding outstanding commercial property for rent, or industrial space for lease, should look to the Fashion District for the future home of their business.
We are the Fort Worth Design District, otherwise known as the Fashion District, and we invite you to call our leasing agents at 817-439-3224 and arrange for a personalized tour of The District. And this article is going to give you the reasons you need to make that call today.
What is the Fashion District Fort Worth?
The Fashion District, also known as the Fort Worth Design District, is a little over forty acres of commercial and industrial property, comprised of three separate business enclaves, namely Box Office Warehouse Suites, Paddock Place Office Suites, and the Golden Triangle Business Park . . . and we would be remiss if we didn’t mention the Golden Triangle Dog Park is there as well.
All three business parks are separate in nature, but they are bound together by their desire to appeal to the Creatives in the business world, the free-thinkers who think outside of the box, the business owners who are looking for something different, a place where creative thinking is rewarded, and where creativity is fostered. It is a place where ample electric car charging stations can be found, a place where business owners walk their dogs during breaks, where business owners sit on their patios, or decks, and barbecue for lunch, a relaxed area where traditional is dismissed and original is embraced.
It is unlike anything Fort Worth has seen before.
The fastest-growing commercial and industrial area in Tarrant County
This is no sales pitch. The Alliance Area of North Fort Worth is, statistically, the fastest-growing commercial, industrial, and residential area in all of Tarrant County, and one of the fastest-growing in all of Texas. Where else is the growth going to occur if not north? Certainly not east, growth already blocked in that direction by Arlington and Dallas. No, 35W is the life-blood of future activity in Tarrant County, and 35W leads right by the Fort Worth Design District.
The time is right to make the move
If you wait five more years, The District will be completely developed and prices are going to reflect that completion. Now is the time. If you are looking for a warehouse for rent, a retail space for lease, an office for rent, shop for rent, or business loft for rent, today is better than tomorrow, and tomorrow is better than a year from now. The future of Fort Worth commerce is calling you, and it is calling you from the lovely expanse of the Fort Worth Design District.
A final word about the Fort Worth Design District
The Fort Worth Design District is operated and owned by local Fort Worth firm, Fort Worth residents taking care of Fort Worth business people, no out-of-state conglomerates, no foreign interests, just Texans helping Texans, the way it’s been in Texas for a few hundred years. Call us and say hello to the future of Fort Worth commerce.