Fort Worth at a Glance
30 miles west of Dallas and easily accessible by the Trinity Railway Express, Fort Worth is known as the city “where the west begins.” Many of Fort Worth’s historic buildings have been restored, but maintain their original facades from the 1800s. The Stockyards, a national historic district three miles from Downtown Fort Worth, features old west themed shopping, dining and an amusement park.
You’ll find office and coworking space throughout Fort Worth. Newer developments with bars, restaurants, shopping, entertainment venues and office and coworking space have popped up in neighborhoods like Sundance Square in Downtown Fort Worth. Sundance Square features 35 blocks of business and entertainment making the area easily walkable. Other vibrant neighborhoods include the Cultural District, which features the Kimball Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and the Will Rogers Memorial Center. The neighborhood sits adjacent to Montgomery Plaza, a redeveloped mall featuring shopping, dining and living options.
According to census data, Fort Worth is one of the top five fastest growing cities in America. The city has over 30,000 companies from a wide array of industries. Corporations such as American Airlines and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company are headquartered in Fort Worth, along with institutions such as Texas Christian University and Texas Wesleyan University.
Fort Worth’s rich heritage mixed with modern day buildings and amenities is ideal for small business owners to find office and coworking space. Truss helps you find your next space in two minutes flat. Its personalized results make it easy to compare standalone office space to coworking and lease your next space confidently. Start your search with Truss today.