New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving San Antonio, TX
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If you live in San Antonio, TX, we can offer you our services.
WHAT WE DO.
We are a full-service office furniture store whose purpose is to benefit San Antonio businesses.
The definition of a ‘full-service’ office furniture store is a store that not only sells new and used office furniture but 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 San Antonio, including your office.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 2,433 sq. ft. office space in San Antonio, TX, costs about $4,258/mo. That’s expensive for an empty room, and that’s not even including what it takes to make the space an office. So how do you save money and still have the office space you need? Answer: Call Office Barn.
* Averages according to CityFeet
NEW TO SAN ANTONIO?
San Antonio’s big, and if you’re new there it can be confusing. We’ve decided to help.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in San Antonio. Enjoy!
GETTING TO KNOW SAN ANTONIO
Five Spanish missions established in 1718 after prior Spanish expeditions began the colonization of San Antonio. San Antonio grew extraordinarily rapidly, and by 1773 the settlement was named the capital of Spanish Texas. Five years later, the settlement boasted 2,060 inhabitants–but many of these were mission Indians.
Many of the Spanish Catholic priests weren’t as interested in sharing their sacred message with the Indians as they were in exploiting the ‘savages’ as a work force to raise food and maintain the missions. San Antonio’s early years were therefore misery for the Indian inhabitants, and several impoverished others.
San Antonio found a purpose later when Texas rose up under the Mexican rule of the tyrant Santa Anna (all Texans boo here). It hosted several battles, including the most famous siege of all time–the Alamo.
We all know the story. The Alamo was a Mexican garrison, which was overwhelmed by Texan forces in December 1835. Colonel James Bowie, William B. Travis, Davy Crockett, and 200 others began throwing together a hasty opposition against the coming forces. On February 23, 1836, Santa Anna came with up to 6,000 men (depending on the legend you listen to).
The Texans held the siege for thirteen days of terrible slaughter before they were finally annihilated by the Mexicans. The brutal destruction of the Alamo fighters roused Texas to action, and at the famous victory at San Jacinto, the battle cry rang through the ranks: “Remember the Alamo!”
The Republic of Texas, established in 1836 after gaining independence from Mexico, nominated San Antonio in 1837 as its seat. Mexico attempted to take Texas back in 1842, and occupied a quickly diminishing San Antonio twice. By the time peace was restored, the population had been reduced to 800 scared civilians.
Joining the United States revived San Antonio considerably. By 1860, there were 8,235 people in the already historic city. The Civil War brought trade and commerce (and conflict) to the city, but by 1900 the city had grown to be the largest city in Texas, with 53,321 people.
Tourism is a major industry in San Antonio today, and for good reason. San Antonio and the Alamo are symbols of everything that Texas stands for. As a businessperson in San Antonio, you contribute to the history unfolding right now in this historic city. Office Barn is proud to partner with you in representing San Antonio in your office.
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