We have space!

Midlothian offers multiple existing industrial buildings, development ready sites, a large workforce, and convenient access throughout the DFW Metroplex.

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Located in Ellis County, Midlothian is situated at the intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and 287, providing quick access to major cities in the DFW Metroplex, two major airports, a diverse workforce, and a wide variety of retail and entertainment options. Our community has seen rapid growth, nearly doubling in population since 2010.  Midlothian remains a desired location for semi-rural living, business expansion, and workforce development. We’d like to tell you more about our great city and invite you to “Make Great Things With Us!”

Labor Force

30-minute radius




To Dallas & Fort Worth

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Speculative Industrial Space

We have over 1 million square feet of speculative industrial space that is available for growing businesses.

Workforce & Education

Convenient access to major surrounding cities allows us to draw from millions of talented, qualified individuals ready to work for you.


We are a growing community with retail offerings, great neighborhoods, and a top-rated school district, all within 30 minutes of DFW.

Featured Developments

Methodist Midlothian

Methodist Midlothian Medical center

Methodist Health System has built a $175-million facility that is the centerpiece of a 67-acre campus that will include multiple medical buildings. The five-story hospital will have over 80 beds and will offer diverse services for the Midlothian community.

Sunrider Manufacturing in Midlothian

Sunrider Manufacturing

In October 2020, Sunrider Manufacturing held a groundbreaking for their 1.1 million square foot facility. The California-based global health & wellness brand will relocate its manufacturing and R&D operations to Midlothian. The company will employ over 200 people at the facility. The project will consist of two buildings and is expected to be operational by the Fall of 2021. 

Google Data Center in Midlothian


In June 2019, Google officially broke ground on its first-ever data center in Texas. According to Google, “Midlothian has the combination of energy infrastructure, developable land, and available workforce”. The massive data center utilizes RailPort Business Park’s oversized industrial infrastructure. 

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