Expand or Relocate
Need room to grow? Is your business busting at the seams? Or maybe you’re located in another city and you need to move closer to your customers, workforce or into a new market all together. Look no further than Mesquite, a solid choice in the bustling North Texas market. Proven by our solid small and large businesses that have been here for 50 and 60 plus years, once you’ve had a taste of Mesquite, you’re here to stay.
The Economic Development office is the place to start to efficiently navigate the many resources in our area that are here to serve you. We have the data and connections you need when seeking the right place to do business, whether it’s a new location or expanding in Mesquite.
- Gardner Telecommunications expanded from 19,000 square feet to 52,000 square feet in 2019.
- Orora Visual has expanded from its original 84,000 square feet in 1956 to more than 400,000 square feet today, and it’s still growing.
- Elements International relocated their corporate headquarters and Texas distribution hub to Mesquite in 2019, leasing a new 487,211 square foot facility.
- Ashley Furniture Industries opened a 442,000 square foot facility in Mesquite in 2015 and shortly after purchased a 358-acre site for their 15th global distribution and fulfillment center, Phase 1 being 877,000 square feet.
- Town East Mall recently added 50,000 square foot anchor, Dick’s Sporting Goods, in 2018.
- Market East Shopping Center added 75,000 square feet in 2018 with new locations for HomeGoods, Michael’s and Ulta.
- Regional favorites like Snuffer’s, a Firebird Restaurant Group brand, opened in 2018.
- National franchise Fuzzy’s Tacos opened in 2017.
Things to consider when selecting your site:
- Purpose of the building/facility
- Neighborhood characteristics
- Government laws
- Shape and size
- Terrain condition
- Type of ground soil
- Environmental conditions
- Legal and financial aspects
Common relocation and expansion considerations we can help with:
- Customer access
- Employee pool
- Proximity to vendors
- Working relationships