New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Longview, TX
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Our service area has no limits when it comes to Longview, Texas.
WHAT WE DO.
What is Office Barn? We are a full-service office furniture store aimed at helping Longview businesses become the best they can be.
“What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” many people have wondered. Don’t worry, it’s pretty simple. Office Barn is full-service in that selling new and used office furniture is just the beginning of what we do. We also provide office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning. In other words, we specialize in all things office furniture and provide our full range of products and services to every part of Longview. Office Barn has your back in all office furniture dilemmas, no matter what.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 3,412 sq. ft. office space in Longview, TX, costs about $3,696/mo. Longview office space isn’t for the faint-hearted. Even stalwart businessmen will quake when they see how much it costs to turn that empty space into ‘the office’ that dwells only in dreams and catalogues. So how do you accomplish the impossible? There’s probably another answer, but the best one is, “You call us.”
* Averages according to CityFeet
NEW TO LONGVIEW?
Moving to a new city is always an exercise in enduring tribulation, but we’ve attempted to make your transition a little easier.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in Longview. Have fun exploring this city!
WELCOME TO LONGVIEW’S HISTORY
The county seat of Gregg County has always been known for its natural beauty. Longview is nestled in rolling hills, and was first a cluster of farming plantations. In the 1870s, the Southern Pacific Railroad brought Longview into a concentrated community around the train tracks.
On May 17, 1871, Longview officially incorporated. It was the first community in Gregg County to become a town.
Longview was steeped with Republican interests in the early years of its existence. One of the few who resented the Republican Party in Longview was James Stephen Hogg, who later became the first native Texas governor.
Longview was first one of many rough western railroad towns in Texas. But it did not remain so for long. By 1877, there were three railroads going through Longview. When Gregg County was sectioned off from fragments of Upshur, Rusk, and Harrison counties, Longview was made the county seat.
The beginning of the 1880s saw a Longview that was growing as it never had before. The city now had two schools, several agriculturally based businesses, and three newspapers. The population was estimated to be around 1,525.
The Great Depression, which laid a suffocating debt on the rest of the country, could not penetrate Longview. The East Texas oilfield, discovered in the early 1930s, created an economic shield for the city. The population had doubled by 1940, and the economy actually prospered during that time of desperate want all over the rest of the country.
By the end of the 1930s, Longview had ceased to be a little agricultural city and became a booming commercial and industrial business center. By 1940, there were 750 businesses documented in Longview.
Today, Longview is large and prosperous, with schools, businesses, and neighborhoods that reflect the stability of the city. We are proud to serve Longview with our products and services, and we’re ready to help your office reflect Longview’s contemporary culture.
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