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DATA CENTERS & TECHNOLOGY
According to industry experts, data centers have been migrating away from major metro areas to more remote locations like Midlothian, Texas. In fact, Google purchased 375 acres of land in Midlothian in July 2018. The rapidly expanding North Texas community of 38,000 is a rising star on the southern DFW landscape. Midlothian offers vast land options (including Midlothian Business Park) as well as minimal traffic congestion, convenient proximity to major Texas markets, and abundant water and power resources — paired with an affluent, semi-rural quality of life.
RETAIL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
With a growing population and budding hotel infrastructure, Midlothian is well positioned for retail and hospitality developments to plant roots within the growing community. In the last few years, Midlothian has welcomed exciting developments, including a Courtyard by Marriott, the Midlothian Towne Crossing shopping center, and most recently, Methodist Midlothian Medical Center. As an emerging market, Midlothian is rapidly proving a preferred address for expanding retail, hospitality and dining establishments.
With a population of 38,000 and a diversified skilled workforce, Midlothian is positioned as a prominent destination for advanced manufacturing businesses of all sizes. Built upon a foundation of cement and steel manufacturing, Midlothian’s business base has expanded to include warehousing and distribution as well as auto processing, chemicals, energy solutions, and more. The community continues to attract manufacturers seeking a top-notch workforce, logistical efficiency, market proximity and abundant land, water, and power resources.
SPECIALIZED OFFICE OPERATIONS
A strategic location and competitive assets confirm Midlothian’s advantageous position in the DFW metro’s business landscape for specialized office operations. The thriving community of Midlothian offers a quality selection of available land within the RailPort Business Park and Midlothian Business Park — each strategically positioned to provide a competitive advantage.
Located along Highway U.S. 67, Midlothian’s thriving industrial district offers prime development opportunities for companies involved in energy services. Home to a diverse mix of companies, the community’s RailPort Business Park and Midlothian Business Park deliver available land, comprehensive utility infrastructure, and build-to-suit real estate solutions in a controlled development environment.
We chose Midlothian because of its business-friendly climate, strong educational facilities, major highways, and growing population. We already have long-standing relationships with residents and city leaders who’ve chosen Methodist for their health care needs.
Midlothian is “a great place to grow the business” per Plant Manager Tormod Rui of Chemtrade, “…the infrastructure is developed, and the city services are close and easy to access.” Learn why Midlothian is a great place to do business and what sets it apart.