If you are excited about the 22- acre Holly Springs Town Center, here are some images from Cobblestone Retail Group. This mixed use development will have restaurants, retails, homes, an amphitheater, dog park, food trucks and more! I spoke to the leasing agent for Cobblestone and these images may change, but these are the renderings for now.
The development will truly be a “Live, Work, Play,” project. Housing options will include lofts, townhomes, and cottage homes. There is space for restaurants, retail and office space. The center of the development will be the new City Hall, which will overlook an event green.
This update was taken directly from the City of Holly Springs project update page:
In November of 2017, the City of Holly Springs and the Downtown Development Authority entered into a Development and Management agreement with Stonecrest Homes GA, LLC for the Town Center Project (TCP). Since then, Stonecrest Homes and the City have worked to prepare the 22-acre site for construction.
In February 2021, the City Council awarded the Holly Springs Town Center Demolition RFB to Complete Demolition Services, Inc. who came in as the low-bidder at $109,000. The scope of the project included building and flatwork demolition, concrete crushing, haul-off and grading. Buildings at 100 Hickory Circle, the former locations for Cherokee FOCUS the Holly Springs Public Works building, as well as Building A and the pole barn at 411 Hickory Road were demolished in May to make way residential structures in the TCP and the future Hickory Springs Parkway.
Bids for the Holly Springs Mixed-Use Sitework & Infrastructure Project are due June 17, 2021. This project will include grading, excavation, construction, and installation of various utilities. City Council is expected to select a developer in July, and the project will take 15 months to complete.
The development will truly be a “Live, Work, Play,” project. Housing options will include lofts, townhomes, and cottage homes. There is space for restaurants, retail and office space. The center of the development will be the new City Hall, which will overlook an event green. We are looking forward to being able to hold all of the City’s special events, like the Easter Egg Hunt, Autumn Fest, and Christmas Parade in the heart of the City.
There is not a specific list of retail businesses for the TCP yet. However, a 2015 marketing study completed by Bleakly Advisory group found that there are opportunity gaps for the types of businesses that generally comprise successful Atlanta-area town center developments within a two-mile trade radius. The study specifically noted that there were opportunity gaps for restaurants, clothing stores, and general merchandise stores.
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