Expands SouthPoint Industrial Park with New Speculative Industrial Buildings
In a strategic move to capitalize on favorable weather conditions, The Hollingsworth Companies has announced the commencement of construction on two new speculatively complete industrial buildings in Davie County, North Carolina. These facilities, designed for long-term lease by light manufacturing or distribution companies, are set to expand the SouthPoint Industrial Park, bringing the total number of single tenant industrial buildings to 12. With a wealth of experience spanning four decades and various markets across the Southeastern United States, The Hollingsworth Companies continues to demonstrate its commitment to serving the business community.
A Long-standing Partnership
The Hollingsworth Companies has been a longstanding partner of the Mocksville community since the establishment of the area’s first industrial park in 1997. Recognizing the community’s investment in becoming a true partner, Mr. Hollingsworth, CEO of The Hollingsworth Companies, expressed gratitude to the community for their unwavering support. This collaborative spirit has paved the way for attracting and nurturing new businesses, creating job opportunities, and fostering economic growth within Davie County.
Community Support and Development
Terry Bralley, President of the Davie County Economic Development Commission, highlighted the significant role played by The Hollingsworth Companies in stimulating economic development and job creation. Through their partnership, Davie County has been able to better prepare the community by providing the necessary industrial infrastructure to meet the needs of companies seeking to establish a presence in the area. The Hollingsworth Companies’ expertise and dedication to community development have helped shape Mocksville into a thriving business hub.
Strategic Location and Market Opportunities
SouthPoint Industrial Park, conveniently situated adjacent to I-40 between I-85 and I-77, offers an ideal location for manufacturing and distribution companies servicing the Charlotte, Winston Salem, and Greensboro Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs). The Charlotte MSA, in particular, has experienced robust growth in defense-related industries, with several major defense contractors choosing to locate their facilities in the region. Moreover, the I-85 corridor boasts a strong market for distribution companies. Greensboro, known for its well-established manufacturers in chemicals, transportation equipment, machinery, and fabricated metals, offers abundant opportunities for businesses seeking to thrive in these sectors. The Winston Salem area has also witnessed expansion in the apparel, aerospace, and construction equipment manufacturing industries, presenting further prospects for growth and development.
The Hollingsworth Companies
A Driving Force in Industrial Real Estate: The Hollingsworth Companies solidifies its position as the largest non-urban industrial real estate developer and construction firm in the southeastern United States. With an extensive portfolio comprising 125 tenants and over eighteen million square feet of industrial space across 15 states, the company continues to play a pivotal role in fostering economic progress. Operating in North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia, The Hollingsworth Companies exemplifies excellence and innovation in the field of industrial real estate development.
The Hollingsworth Companies’ groundbreaking construction of two new speculatively complete industrial buildings in Davie County’s SouthPoint Industrial Park represents a significant milestone in the region’s economic growth. Through their ongoing partnership with the Mocksville community and commitment to providing high-quality industrial infrastructure, The Hollingsworth Companies continues to attract new businesses, create job opportunities, and contribute to the development of the local economy. As they expand their presence, the company’s expertise and experience position them as a driving force in the industrial real estate sector across the Southeastern United States.