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For decades, Midlothian has been known for its industrial manufacturing base, particularly in Portland cement. In recent years, Midlothian’s economy has diversified to include a NYSE corporate headquarters and a sundry of other commercial, medical and retail concerns.

The development of Walnut Grove Business Centre by Ken Pritchett Properties, Inc. on the east side of the city will continue the diversification of the Midlothian economic base. Walnut Grove Business Centre is a high quality commercial business park with tenants such as Ennis, Inc. (NYSE: EBF), Methodist Charlton Medical Center and other physicians’ offices. Additional land is available.

Silken Crossing, located just west of Midlothian Parkway between George Hopper Road and Main Street, has commercial, retail and medical space available. These newly constructed office spaces have high visibility not only from Main Street but from a steady stream of traffic going to and from the schools located on George Hopper.

Commercial development is also happening along the new U.S. 287 Bypass. The Midlothian Conference Center and Senior Activity Center are located on the bypass and are adjacent to the Navarro College – Midlothian Campus. Baylor Family Medical Center at Ellis County is in the vicinity. The new First Baptist Church and Midlothian ISD multi-use stadium are also located along the bypass. To the west, Hunter’s Glen is beginning development of the commercial portion of that mixed-use project.

The relatively low cost of land and subsequent development is helping spur the progress of Midlothian. Construction of all kinds is in progress throughout the city. Road construction, new business construction, and residential development are all evident as one travels throughout the community.

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