New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Palestine, TX
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PROMPT DELIVERY. FULL ASSEMBLY. OPTIMAL SPACING.
There’s nowhere in Palestine, TX, that escapes our service area.
WHAT WE DO.
Basically, we are a full-service office furniture store whose goal is to help Palestine offices become the best they can be.
So, “What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” Thanks for asking. We’re full-service in that selling new and used office furniture is just the beginning of what we do. Office Barn also provides 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 Palestine. When you have an office furniture problem, don’t sweat it! Just call us. It’s what we’re here for.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 6,800 sq. ft. office space in Palestine, TX, costs about $1,500/mo. Although Palestine office space is relatively inexpensive, buying the empty space is only half the battle won. You still have to discover how to design the perfect office from that empty space. How? There’s a lengthy, arduous answer, but the short one is, “You call us.”
* Averages according to CityFeet
NEW TO PALESTINE?
Nothing is worse than moving into an unfamiliar city. We understand, and are ready to help.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in Palestine. Hopefully, you’ll learn to love this city like we do!
GETTING TO KNOW PALESTINE
If you have ever been to the Anderson County seat, you’ll remember the expanse of glistening water known as Lake Palestine. You’ll also have seen the park residing at the terminus of the Texas State Railroad, and if you were a thorough tourist, you would have seen all five of the city’s historic courthouses—or, in some cases, merely their preserved remains. You stood, looking around at the bustling center of commerce, and you marveled to yourself, “How on earth did all of this get started?”
In 1846, Palestine was called into existence by Texas legislature to serve as the county seat for Anderson County. It was named after Daniel Parker’s home of Palestine, Illinois, when the Parkers moved there with other early settlers. And the first trade route established for Palestine commerce was the Trinity River.
Steamboats lugged imports and exports to and from Palestine by way of Magnolia, which served as Palestine’s port. The town grew to 210 residents by 1848, and a brick courthouse was established.
1872 brought the International-Great Northern Railroad through Palestine, and with it came a change in the little town. No longer was commerce focused on the river. Businessmen looked to the railroad now for support.
Palestine was a town of agriculture. Exports of cotton, lumber, cottonseed oil, and fruit were loaded onto the train and sent all over Texas. By the 1890s, Palestine had around 6,000 residents.
In 1914, the fifth and final Palestinian courthouse was constructed. This one can be visited currently.
More railroad businesses took an interest in Palestine, and many jobs during the 1900s were generated by trains and transportation. By 1990, the population had reached 18,042.
Today, Palestine is a center for culture and business. Lake Palestine generates power and supplies water for the city. Office Barn is proud to help Palestine businesses improve through our services and we look forward to seeing your office reflect the wonder that is the City of Palestine.
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