The town was responsible for infrastructure and streetscape improvements.
A parking deck, new parking lot, and additional on-street parking added about 389 parking spaces downtown.
Rogers Street was realigned and extended across Main Street to connect with Avent Ferry Road. Rogers Street flows one way from Grigsby Avenue across S. Main Street to Avent Ferry Road.
One block of Ballentine Street was converted to a one-way street flowing from Avent Ferry Road to Main Street. Also, a traffic signal is planned for the intersection of Main and Ballentine streets. The signal will be Holly Springs’ first town-operated signal; other traffic signals in town are operated by the state. The signal will be designed for future connection to the town fiber optic network, allowing staff greater control over its operation.
A regional stormwater area serving downtown also was constructed.
The Block on Main and Town Hall Commons buildings will offer retail, restaurant and office spaces.