Warehouse Space Rental Company in Austin, Tx
Austin Tenant Advisors specializes in helping you find Austin Warehouse Space & Industrial space for lease, rent, or sale. We will help you understand your current & future needs, search for identify the best spaces, & negotiate the lowest lease rates and best terms possible
Whether you need to rent a small warehouse or a large one we can help. We have over 11 years of experience in finding commercial warehouses, negotiating leases, renewals & expansions, and purchasing warehouse space for sale in the Austin, Texas metro area.
When your looking for industrial for rent it’s not always as simple as driving around hoping to find the best location. We can help you find precisely what you are looking for without the stress you might experience if you were to do this on your own.
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If you are not yet ready to to lease warehouse space, however need info to plan a possible future move give us a call! We would be more than happy to provide you any free market information to educate you on current available properties and lease rates.
What Type of Industrial Warehouse Space do You Need?
Industrial properties can be categorized many different ways as they have different features designed for different business uses. It’s important for every company or business owner to have a basic understanding of the differences and be able to articulate their needs to their commercial real estate agent. The basic descriptions of industrial/warehouse property are:
Warehouse & Distribution Space: Warehouse space is typically used for storage and distribution of materials, products, or equipment. They will generally have one or more loading docks (either dock high for trucks to back up to or grade level which allow trucks to drive into the warehouse). These buildings generally have less than 15% office space. 18 wheeler access is almost certain and some even have rail. Ceiling heights vary between 20 to 30 feet high. Average sizes range from 10,000 to 50,000 sf or more. .
Flexible (Flex) Space: Large versatile buildings that can be broken down into smaller units. Tend to be one-story, concrete tilt-wall buildings with windows on one side. They provide use flexibility between office, warehouse, light manufacturing, laboratory, research & development, showroom, and some retail. Users will generally have their own exterior entrance, private restrooms, and sometimes overhead doors at the rear entrance. Ceiling heights maybe 20 feet or less and the office portion will probably have a dropped ceiling. You typically find these in nicer industrial business parks with nice parking areas and landscaping.
R&D Buildings: Widely used by tech industries (computer, biotechnology, electronics, etc) since they fulfill a number of needs such as warehouse space, manufacturing space, and office space. These are typically located in Semi-Industrial business parks with a lot of parking.
Manufacturing: These are heavy industrial buildings with special equipment used for making goods and materials. High power is needed (e.g. 3 phase) as well as buss ducts, floor drains, pressurized air or water lines, & high capacity ventilation.
Retail Warehousing: The growth of online retail has increased the need for fulfillment, logistics, & distribution warehousing. They also use these locations for showroom, customer support, & training.
Where Is Warehouse Space In Austin Typically Found?
The bulk is primarily located in Northwest, North East, North Central, and South East Austin, however there are a few warehouse options scattered in other areas.
If you are not sure where to look for warehouse space contact us and we can help save you a significant amount of time. We know the Industrial market well and can ensure you find the most suitable Industrial space for your current and future needs.
What kind of space are you looking for? Our service is no cost to you so call us at 512-861-0525 to get started!
Industrial/Warehouse Market Update The Austin Industrial/Warehouse Space Market ended the fourth quarter of 2009 with positive absorption. Considering the first few quarters of 2009 were negative it looks like we are heading the right direction. While some companies are still waiting to see how the economy plays out others who are in the position to lock in longer lease terms are taking advantage of the tenant market and upgrading their space while shedding Industrial/Warehouse leasing costs……Austin Industrial/Warehouse Space Continued