The principals of MDH have developed millions of square feet of commercial and industrial properties over their careers.
MDH has also developed and sold thousands of acres of land in mixed-use parks, which required them to master plan, entitle, install infrastructure, and develop individual sites for retail, office, industrial, multi-family, and single-family uses. This experience of understanding both the horizontal land development and construction challenges along with the vertical building issues allows it to manage the risks associated with development in a careful and cost-effective manner.
MDH employs a prudent speculative development program in order to add new Class A facilities to its portfolio at a substantial discount to the price it would pay by acquiring such buildings if they were built and leased by another firm. Recent developments include a three-building 800,000 square foot project west of Orlando in Polk County, Florida; a two-building project at the port in Savannah, which includes a 650,000 square foot cross dock-building and a hundred-door transload facility build-to-suit for a logistics company; a 224,900 square foot building in Nashville; and two buildings totaling 442,000 square feet in Charlotte. Additionally, the firm controls development sites in Dallas and Orlando.