New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Irving, TX
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Our service area extends throughout all of Irving, TX.
WHAT WE DO.
In short, we are a full-service office furniture store aimed at improving Irving business appearances. Some people have asked, “What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” It’s us. Office Barn is a full-service store; selling new and used office furniture is just the beginning of what we do. We also provide our customers with office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning. In other words, Office Barn specializes in all things office furniture. We provide all of Irving with our full range of products and services. We have you covered regardless of your office furniture needs, so get ready to be impressed with our unrivalled products.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 1,260 sq. ft. office space in Irving, TX, costs about $2,047.50/mo. Irving office space comes at a significantly startling price. And once you have your office space, how do you organize the blank space in a way that inspires productivity? There’s certainly another, painfully complicated way to do it, but the best answer you’ll find consists of three words: “You call us.”
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NEW TO IRVING?
Moving to a new city is difficult, especially a larger, growing community like Irving. We understand and we’re ready to help. Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in Irving. Hopefully, you will learn to appreciate this great city!
GETTING TO KNOW IRVING
Irving began as a number of settlements. Among these are names that are familiar today, like Bear Creek and Estelle. Irving was founded in 1903 and soon swallowed most of these settlements. The town was officially incorporated in 1914, thanks to a citizen vote of 27 to 16. Otis Brow was the first Irving mayor. Founded by Schulze and Brown when they came to survey the area for a railroad to pass from Dallas to Fort Worth, Irving was thought to take its name for a few different reasons. Some believed that Brown named it after his wife’s favorite author. Schulze had been a member of the Washington Irving Library Society, and also agreed with the name Irving. Irving was officially named after the author Washington Irving in 1998. 1909 brought Irving a public school district of 190 students. The town was slowly growing, and had already become a center of such agricultural endeavors as cotton farming, dairy farming, and poultry production. Irving farmers seeking a larger market would journey to Dallas to bargain with that rapidly growing metropolis. Sometimes the Trinity Valley would flood in their absence, and they would return to a churning barrier between them and home.
By later in the 1900’s, Irving had swelled to a population of 2,615 citizens and trembled at the edge of an enormous growth spurt. The Irving City Commissioners sensed this, and passed a charter allowing for a safe growth of their town. It became not a town, but the City of Irving in 1952. In the 1950’s, Irving welcomed the University of Dallas to their newborn city. The Irving Community Hospital arrived in 1964. Also occurring in the later 1960’s was the construction of the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport, which partially lay inside Irving’s borders. Today, it is the world’s third largest airport and has boosted Irving’s growth astronomically. Today, Irving is a large, prosperous city, well-known for its many accomplishments and overall quality. That’s the same quality Office Barn wants you to see every time you open your office door. That’s what we’re here for: to serve Irving businesses with our products and services. Find our resources here.
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