Looking for the perfect office space for lease in the Fort Worth area is like looking for the perfect bluebell on a spring day.
In other words, good luck! There are a whole lot of them for you to look at! You need a plan before you start your search for outstanding office space for rent. You need a guide!
We are Fort Worth Design District, and this is your guide for those looking for an office for rent. Read on and then call us at 817-439-3224 for more information and to arrange to look at some quality office space in the Fort Worth Design District.
This is not one of those traditional guides
You can find the traditional guides online in a New York minute. They are titled something like “Ten Tips To Finding Perfect Office Space,” or something similar, and honestly, there is nothing wrong with most of those articles. They tell you to consider location, they tell you to make a list of your needs, and they tell you to consider your budget. They will also reference leasing costs, the particulars of the leasing contract, and doing your due diligence in viewing as many properties as possible.
There is no point in us going over all of that in this article. Instead, we are going to talk about alternative thinking when it comes to office space for rent. We are going to talk about options which make a great deal of sense in the year 2021 and beyond.
How much space do you really need?
If the COVID pandemic has taught us anything in the business world, it has taught us that many businesses can be conducted remotely. The traditional brick-and-mortar office space is not needed as much as it once was. A firm with twenty employees does not need the same size office space today as it would have needed ten years ago, thanks to the internet and Zoom.
So, how much space do you really need? You may find that, instead of needing 2,000 square feet, you actually only need 320 square feet, or 640 square feet, and that is going to mean huge savings for you in the future.
Toss aside traditional and look at future trends
Our suggestion: toss aside the traditional way of looking at location. The downtown corridors are not as popular as they once were although they are still priced like they are. Look for population trends. Where are people moving to in your city. The answer to that question, in Fort Worth, is simple: the fastest-growing commercial and industrial area in Tarrant County is the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth.
Do a similar study in your city. Plan on the trends and move accordingly.
A word about Box Office Warehouse Suites
Box Office Warehouse Suites is an enclave of commercial and industrial property for rent made up entirely from refurbished shipping containers. Each property is 320 square feet in size, and each costs $875 per month. Looking for a smaller office space at an affordable price in an exploding commercial area, look to Box Office Warehouse Suites.
A word about Paddock Place Office Suites
Perhaps you don’t need to lease office space full-time. Perhaps you only need office space on a part-time basis. If so, coworking space is the answer. Paddock Place Office Suites allows you to rent a single office by the month, starting at $400 per month, all utilities included. This is a great option for home-based businesses, or small businesses which really can’t afford full-time leases at jacked-up prices.
Fort Worth Design District
You will find Box Office Warehouse Suites, and Paddock Place Office Suites, in the Fort Worth Design District, located in the Alliance Area. Call us for more details! It could be the most important phone call of your life.