© 2020 by Malbec Properties, Inc.

 
  • 52,530 SF three-story mixed-use building

  • Office space: Up to 6,000 SF

  • Retail space: 1,000 SF - 6,000 SF

 

  • Retail Space Premium Units: $28.00/SF NNN

  • Retails Space Standard Units $26.00/SF NNN

  • Office Space: $29.00/SF Full-Service

Opening Fall 2020!

LOCATION

The Block on Main will be located on Main Street in downtown Holly Springs, North Carolina within the village District. 

DOWNTOWN HOLLY SPRINGS

 
 

We are a group of local business owners, living, working, and raising families in Holly Springs. As residents and local business owners, we want to see downtown Holly Springs thrive and become a destination for friends, families, and professionals.

 

The Block on Main will be one of the anchor developments in the Village District of Holly Springs, bringing the area one step closer to making a walkable downtown a reality. We have strived to make this endeavor a community effort by taking public comments on design, as well as being fiercely locally-driven to ensure that we are supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs in Holly Springs. 

 

OUR BUILDING

From the onset, we knew that our building would be a major downtown attraction and landmark. As the downtown heart of Holly Springs, the Block's architecture needed to reflect our historical culture, traditions and values while promoting our changing identity, visions and demographics. At the same time, the design needed to carefully balance form and function by being both a timeless showpiece while playing host to various community activities. 

This is why the street facade for each side of the Block caters to different facets of our community. The Block is symbolic of our progressive melting pot community of people from different places, generations, interests and cultures. Though we may have very different facades, we are somehow attractively blended together as a welcoming destination. In fact, we live and thrive together even as many are growing new Southern roots. Like our community, it's the Block's architectural diversity that will add to its excitement and success.

Let's face it, Holly Springs is no longer a sleepy small town. Now there's always something new to explore just around the Block!

Reminiscent of the quaint downtowns of yesteryear, Main Street's historical architecture and wide paver sidewalks lined with trees and street lamps invite visitors with a touch of Southern charm day and night. Traditional storefronts made with crafted brick, stone and wood are accented with antique lanterns, potted plants and benches. Parallel park your cars right on Main Street or window-shop as you stroll by. Or simply just sit a spell and people watch.

But Main Street is not just step back into our past, it is also offers front row seat to parades, festivals and celebrations. Mama Mia! Italian restaurant will occupy 3000 sf with another 3000 sf available for specialty shops or restaurants.

MAIN STREET

MEET ME AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND ROGERS!

At the corner Main and Rogers Streets lies a festively lit 150-seat outdoor amphitheater and plaza with flip-open glass garage doors, It will be a great gathering place for young and old to watch and participate in special events.

ROGERS STREET

MAIN STREET

ROGERS STREET - A MODERN FLAIR

Hand-drawn renderings courtesy of Rendering House, Inc. 

Building architect: Ron Cox Architecture: ronc@roncoxarchitecture.com / 919-673-3075

OUR BUILDING

From the onset, we knew that our U-shaped building would be a major downtown attraction and landmark. As the downtown heart of Holly Springs, the Block's architecture needed to reflect our historical culture, traditions and values while promoting our changing identity, visions and demographics. At the same time, the design needed to carefully balance form and function by being both a timeless showpiece while playing host to various community activities. 

This is why the street facade for each side of the Block caters to different facets of our community. The Block is symbolic of our progressive melting pot community of people from different places, generations, interests and cultures. Though we may have very different facades, we are somehow attractively blended together as a welcoming destination. In fact, we live and thrive together even as many are growing new Southern roots. Like our community, it's the Block's architectural diversity that will add to its excitement and success.

Let's face it, Holly Springs is no longer a small sleepy town. Now there's always something new to explore just around the Block!

MAIN STREET - TAKE A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE

Reminiscent of the quaint downtowns of yesteryear, Main Street's historical architecture and wide paver sidewalks lined with trees and street lamps invite visitors with a touch of Southern charm, day and night. Antique lanterns, potted plants and benches accent traditional storefronts crafted from brick, stone and wood. Parallel park your cars right on Main Street, window-shop as you stroll by, or just sit a spell and people watch.

But Main Street is not just step back in time, it is also offers a front row seat to parades, festivals and celebrations. Mama Mia! Italian restaurant will occupy 3000 sf with another 3000 sf available for specialty shops or restaurants.

MAIN STREET

MEET ME AT THE CORNER OF MAIN AND ROGERS!

At the corner Main and Rogers Streets lies a festively lit 150-seat outdoor amphitheater and plaza with flip-open glass garage doors, It will be a great gathering place for young and old to watch and participate in special events.

ROGERS STREET

MAIN STREET

ROGERS STREET - A MODERN FLAIR

As traditional Main Street rounds the corner to the newly-built Rogers Street, the architecture correspondingly transitions to a modern glass and metal facade. This side features 3-story atrium lobby with a flared roofline and rooftop restaurant/bar balconies. Opposite a convenient two-level parking deck, Rogers Street will have a fun, techie vibe - reflective of the influx of creative knowledge workers to Holly Springs.  

Catering to this trendy crowd, current tenants include: The Wardrobe on Main (women's clothing boutique), Prana Yoga and a soon to be revealed "whiskey bar" with its own distillery. 

 

Two spaces remain on the first floor: ideally, a 2152 sf restaurant/cafe/bar next to the amphitheater and a specialty store in the 1456 sf space. On the top floor, we'd like to add a unique rooftop restaurant and bar with up to 5182 sf indoors and 1920 sf outdoor balcony space.

AVENT FERRY ROAD - A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING

Avent Ferry has historically been the transportation crossroads for Holly Springs from trains to cars and even a vital link to the ferries on the Cape Fear River. Today, it's not only a connector between Holly Springs Rd and Highway 55, but it's also a bridge between its past and its future with historic downtown homes on one end and and new hospitals, schools and housing developments on the other. Although it parallels Main Street, it is taking its own path to the future.

Accordingly, the Avent Ferry facade is a blend of traditional, post-industrial and art deco designs. It symbolizes the blend of Holly Springs history and future and offers a little of everything from Peek-A-Boo Grins (children's clothing boutique) to Baked by Billies (bakery) to Five Knives (deli) and a corner Whisky Bar. One more 1491 sf first floor space remains for a unique business.

On the third floor, facing West with a balcony, is 4-6K sf of available Class A office space.

AVENT FERRY ROAD

INTERESTED IN LEASING?

DROP US A NOTE:

Interested in leasing retail or restaurant space?

Contact us via this form. We are currently meeting with future tenants, so don't wait!

300 S. Main Street

Holly Springs, NC

(919) 948-6140 

Hand-drawn renderings courtesy of Rendering House, Inc. 

Building architect: Ron Cox Architecture: ronc@roncoxarchitecture.com / 919-673-3075