Mayor Steve Miller
P.O. Box 990
Holly Springs, GA 30142
The City of Holly Springs is a beautiful 7.37 square miles of friendly neighborhoods, thriving businesses, and early-twentieth century homes and commercial buildings. The city was incorporated in 1906, and quickly began building up around a busy train depot established by the L&N Railroad (now Patriot Rail). That depot, now the Holly Springs Community Center, was painstakingly restored by the city in the late 1990s and is a source of immense civic pride for the more than 20,500 residents who call Holly Springs home.
Mention Holly Springs these days, and most likely the conversation will turn to the Town Center Project. In the making for many, many years, the city celebrated with a groundbreaking ceremony in September 2021 to officially mark the start of construction work at the landmark new development near the intersection of Hickory Road and Holly Springs Parkway. The long-anticipated Town Center will further energize Downtown Holly Springs with a walkable, Main Street inspired destination that weaves together civic and community spaces with an array of retail, restaurant, and residential offerings.
At the heart of the Holly Springs Town Center will be a new city hall, envisioned as a 16,000 square foot, three-story brick and stone design with an iconic clock tower and charming early 20th century-inspired architecture honoring the rich history of the community. Rolled out in front of it will be the inviting Market Plaza and Grand Lawn—perfect for festivals, markets and community events like the city’s annual Easter Egg Hunt, Autumn Fest, Christmas Parade and more. The other end of the Grand Lawn will feature a new outdoor amphitheater while on either side, visitors will find more than 30,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space. Public spaces will be served with ample parking including a dedicated parking deck.
Walton Communities will bring 250 one-, two-, and three-bedroom residential flats for lease to Holly Springs Town Center. Stonecrest Homes will introduce a variety of new home options including attached town homes and detached city homes. Both offerings will give residents walkable access to restaurants, shops, green spaces, and events.