Lubbock, TX (PRWEB) June 08, 2012
There is a new big business in West Texas called Affordable Warehouse Business Park and it aims to meet the needs of consumers first and profit second.
Located at 132nd and Frankford in Lubbock, Texas, Affordable Warehouse Business Park is an impressive example of “supply and demand satisfaction." Recently making its appearance on the West Texas landscape at the very edge of a sprawling Lubbock, Texas, this brainchild birthed by the entrepreneurial mind of business wunderkind Michael Postar has high-end amenities set up as simple standards for clients of every sort - - and incredibly all for affordable rates.
Taking a look at the supply side of the equation, Postar, whose great ideas rarely remain inside of the think-tank at the top of his neck, noticed the need for more high-quality storage spaces for RV and Boat owners in the area. Thus he built fifty-three large canopy or carport style spaces and forty-eight enclosed (45 to 50-foot choices w/door) units and made sure to provide a Dump Station, Wash Station, Propane Station and Air Station for these RV and Boat owners at prices ranging from only $85 to $200 per month. Taking into account the extra-large driveways, the inherent excellence of Gargoyle Steel Structural Design, convenient double keypad access for both cars and RV’s and Postar’s insistence on the best possible security solutions, one could finally claim to meet an owner who actually cares more about the customer than the supposed bottom line.
These same qualities are evident on the other side of this Affordable Warehouse Business Park, which while on the same property, is dedicated to an entirely different sort of storage. Boasting 114 shops with nine available sizes (625 square feet up to 1500 square feet), people utilize these creative spots to perform all sorts of interesting tasks on a day-to-day basis. And these Storage Units are not meant to hold extra valuables, but instead are places where people house important parts of their daily lives. They seem ideal for people seeking “man caves,” off-site garages for auto tinkering and even as shops for serious woodworking and the like.
But then there is something else surprising. Many of these units are actually built so businesses could use them as their office space and storefront locations. In other words, many of the shops are running day-to-day operations from these spaces – not only housing equipment, but using these affordable spots as their central addresses where clients come for services.
And why not?
With separate mailboxes, personal suite numbers, private and community restrooms, electricity, an on-site manager, excellent security and the permission to build out the inside of their leased space to whatever specs are needed, it makes sense to utilize these units as functioning businesses.
Plumbers, lawn mowing magnates, construction businesses, interior designers, HVAC company owners and many others have already transformed these shops into the homes for their businesses and are thriving. In fact, so many quality businesses and individuals have moved in that there is now a need to build a lot more shops to meet demand on the South Plains. The owner promises that he and his partners have already begun construction on what they call Phase 4, which will give others the opportunity to claim space within this creative community of owners.
So what does this have to do with a beautiful Capitalism? Well, since Capitalism is inherently a pro-self and and pro-individualistic endeavor, leaving people to use whatever capital they have to build as much as they can for themselves and no one else, it is often seen as breeding one of the uglier forms of humanity. As a supposed economic ideal that promises a quality of life solution for everyone who gives their all for their own self-interest and trusts in an "invisible hand" to right every possible societal mess that selfish desires may cause, it does not come across in any way as beautiful but to those who begin with an unequal amount of capital.
Yet, Affordable Warehouse Business Park built by Michael Postar has achieved beauty in Capitalism by not counting on the "invisible hand" to help others be okay, but by showing up with his own hands out to shun purely selfish desire to promote customer satisfaction. This is big news on the business front.
Someone can make actually money and also mute the darker tones that flow from Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations.
Check out Michael Postar's other businesses: Lubbock Storage, Lubbock Self Storage,Storage Lubbock, Self Storage Lubbock Texas, Midland Texas Storage, Self Storage Midland Texas, San Angelo Self Storage, San Angelo Storage and Storage Builders.