Downtown Village District

downtown homepage photos

The Downtown Village District is located in the heart of Holly Springs. The district includes Town Hall, Holly Springs Cultural Center and library,  and Hunt Recreation Center. Downtown has about 60 businesses. The Coworking Station near Town Hall is home to about 20 businesses.

Activities downtown include a Saturday morning farmers market and events, such as the Happy Holly Days parade. The Village District is a great place to be, and we'd love to have you here!

To stimulate development in the Village District, the Holly Springs Town Council adopted a Downtown Investment Grant Policy. It provides for possible assistance with infrastructure costs and development fee reductions. These are considered case by case. For more information, contact the Economic Development office.

Downtown Holly Springs is being shaped into a vibrant town center.

Private investors and public funds have contributed to the momentum, in particular with a group of three projects to add roughly 100,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and office spaces, as well as infrastructure improvements that include additional parking, improved roads and regional stormwater management:

The Block on Main, 300 S. Main Street: 52,530 sf, three-story mixed-use building (office, retail, restaurant) 

Town Hall Commons: 242 S. Main Street, 45,000 sf mixed-use building (office, retail, restaurant)

Public investment to add parking and build road improvements and stormwater management

This group of projects has also: 

added about 50 businesses (with an additional 20 businesses in expanded Coworking Station space)

created about 500 jobs

Within the first year (2018) the economic impact was $85M with a continuing annual impact of $49.7M

Over 20 years the group of projects is projected to generate $1B in regional economic impact.

a grey shopping cart graphic
a blue and black calendar for events. This is a clickable photo
a black plate with a spoon on the right and a fork on the left, this includes "eat" in the cen
an orange pin on the top of photo that reads "downtown maps" below it. This is a clickable pho