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"This district is unlike anything Fort Worth has ever seen... it has become a destination for many and not just a curiosity," says Ron Sturgeon, owner and local developer.
FORT WORTH, TX, March 15, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- There's something pretty exciting happening just north of Fort Worth in unincorporated Tarrant County, something that business owners and creative types are paying close attention to.
That "special something" happens to be the Fort Worth Design District!
Sitting on forty-plus acres of prime real estate in one of the fastest growing areas in Texas, the Fort Worth Design District features retail shop spaces, office space for lease, studios, workshops, showrooms, light industrial spaces for makers, distributors, and manufacturers.
To give you an idea of what you'll see in this newest business districts, there is a business park made entirely out of shipping containers, Box Office Warehouse Suites, and an office park made from a converted horse barn, Paddock Place Office Suites. The district is surrounded by newer homes and mixed-use commercial property, sits at the Golden Triangle off I-35W, just south of Alliance, and offers a bevy of opportunities one would not find within the city limits.
Some benefits of the district being outside of the city limits include, but are not limited to, not needing a certificate of occupancy from the city. One can be flexible without city oversight and yet function beautifully in a city-grade facility. Imagine New York City suddenly having a new neighborhood on the scale of The Bronx or SoHo. The Fort Worth Design District has aimed for funky and fun. It has aimed for all-encompassing and creative. What it feels like is a gentrification project in an old neighborhood and yet it is a new project perfectly embracing the creative vibes of Fort Worth. The opening of this business park adds to the neighborhood murals on shipping container buildings, arts festivals, the funky vibe of the area, the feeling of exciting growth and the eclectic mix of industrial spaces. This new business community will appeal to designers, artists, craftsmen, producers, tech business and anyone else with an eye for the different. Creative minds are celebrated in this unique business space.
The entire area is owned by Ron Sturgeon, local entrepreneur and recent focus of a CNBC episode of Blue Collar Millionaire. It was Ron's vision and Ron's dream, and who better to say a word about the District than Ron himself.
"This district is unlike anything Fort Worth has ever seen. People are already coming from miles around to see the container business park with its hippy/beatnik/funky vibe. It has become a destination for many and not just a curiosity, a place where Fort Worth residents and business people can come together to share in the bright new future of Fort Worth and Tarrant County."
To learn more about this innovative answer to all your industrial/commercial real estate needs, call Jim Eaton at (817) 903-9438 or email Jim at Jime@rdsinvestments.com.
About RDS Real Estate
RDS Real Estate is a leader in commercial real estate lease properties and has excellent Tarrant County office space for lease, warehouse space and retail space for rent throughout Tarrant County, including but not limited to: Fort Worth, Haslet (Blue Mound/ Alliance Area), Arlington, Kennedale and Haltom City and Denton. RDS Real Estate owns and manages more than one million square feet of commercial property in Tarrant County, Texas.
About Box Office Warehouse Suites
Box Office Warehouse Suites is an innovative commercial real estate development in the fast-growing Alliance / Golden Triangle area north of Fort Worth. It offers tenants exceptional value and the ability to add square feet to their space in small increments. For more information, visit BoxOfficeWarehouseSuites.com. To inquire about leasing, contact Jim Eaton at (817) 439-3224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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