The view from…

50,000 feet
Almost exactly in the geographic middle of the U.S. East Coast, the Town of Holly Springs, NC is right in the heart of one of the fastest growing regions.  Businesses can access over 70% of the U.S. industrial base and more than 200 million people within a 2-day truck drive. 

20,000 feet
Within the state of North Carolina, Holly Springs is also centrally located, though slightly east of center.  We’re part of the Raleigh-Durham metro area, which is also frequently referred to as the Research Triangle Region—which gets its name from the Research Triangle Park—noted as one of the most successful business parks in the world.

5,000 feet
Within Wake County, home to the state capital of Raleigh, Holly Springs is tucked into the southwest corner, which until 20 years ago was a mostly rural area. 

Thanks to the explosive growth of the region and an aggressive economic development strategy, the landscape has been transformed into a thriving community with beautiful neighborhoods, golf courses, retail opportunities, and one of the worlds largest and most sophisticated flu vaccine manufacturing facilities. 

University map

drive time of 2 hours with a population of 5.7M in 2019 and 6M in 2024. Drive time of 3 hours for a population 11.2M in 2019 and 11.7M in 2024. Drivetime of 4 hours for a population of 17.6M in 2019 and 18.5M in 2024. Drivetime of 2 hours for 2.2M households in 2019 and 2.3M in 2024. Drivetime of 3 hours with 4.3M households in 2019 and 4.6M in 2024. Drivetime of 4 hours with 6.8M households in 2019 and 7.2M in 2024.

Major Drive Time Metro Markets 

2 Hour: Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville 

3 Hours: Charlotte, Richmond, Wilmington, Roanoke 

4 Hours: Va. Beach, Asheville, Columbia, Greenville, SC 

Places of Interest

Distance to Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 20 miles

Distance to N.C. Beaches - 2 hours drive

Distance to Research Triangle Park - 21 miles