Perhaps you have heard of the Fashion District Fort Worth, but didn’t really know what it was. Perhaps you are looking for a location for your business, but you don’t know if the Fort Worth Design District is the right fit for your business.
We are going to tell you all about the Fashion District, otherwise known as the Fort Worth Design District, in this article, and in that process we will tell you why, if you are a creative entrepreneur/business owner, you will absolutely love what we have going on in the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth. Call us at 817-439-3224 for more information and to arrange for a leasing agent to give you a tour.
What is the Fashion District Fort Worth?
The Fort Worth Design District is actually three business parks in one district: Box Office Warehouse Suites, Paddock Place Office Suites, and Golden Triangle Business Park. It is located in the Alliance Area of North Fort Worth, the fastest-growing commercial and industrial area in all of Tarrant County, one of the fastest-growing in all of Texas. It is, to put it mildly, the future of Fort Worth commerce.
The District was designed to be a juxtaposition of traditional and avant-garde, something not seen in the Fort Worth area. Box Office Warehouse Suites is a business park made entirely from refurbished shipping containers, with each rental unit 320-square feet in size. Paddock Place Office Suites is a coworking facility, offering an office for rent on a month-by-month basis, rather than the traditional long-term rentals of the past. And Golden Triangle Business Park is the traditional, offering all manner of commercial and industrial property for rent, including the following:
- Warehouse for rent
- Office warehouse for rent
- Retail space for lease
- Shop for rent
- Garage for rent
- Loft for rent
- Flex space for rent
- And much, much more
Why is the Fashion District Fort Worth a supportive place for creatives?
To borrow from The District’s website:
“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.”
Something for everyone
And, for added spice, The District offers a Graffiti Art Festival, the Golden Triangle Dog Park, and electric car charging stations. It is, to put it mildly, a different kind of business community, one which fosters interaction, an exchange of ideas, and an environment where all are welcome and all are encouraged to take part in the development of something special.
A final word about the Fort Worth Design District.
The Fort Worth Design District is locally owned, developed, and operated. It is the product of the fertile mind of local entrepreneur and developer Ron Sturgeon and, quite frankly, it is unlike anything you have ever seen in any business community. Its origins harken back to the business districts of old, where merchants knew each other, where customers were served on a first-name basis, and where there was pride in the community.
Call us today for a tour of the Fashion District Fort Worth. It just might be the most important phone call you ever made for your Fort Worth business.