From the fabric of our community comes a new legacy.
Joining forces. Moving forward.
A coalition of city and community leaders including International Market Centers, business leader Bill Millis, High Point University, Blue Ridge Companies and interior design studio Barbour Spangle committed their time, talent and financial resources to this ambitious new vision. David Congdon and the Earl and Kathryn Congdon Family Foundation’s generous support anchors them all.
A foundation for the future. Rooted in our city’s history.
Development plans honed in on Plant 7 and The Factory, which had once housed the Adams-Millis Hosiery Mill, an industrial leader at the turn of the century.
Through the vision and support of our community, we transformed two historic buildings into a dynamic new space that will define the future of downtown High Point.
|NOVEMBER 2019 - APRIL 2020
||Plant 7 Phase 1 construction
|APRIL 2020 - AUGUST 2020
||Plant 7 Phase 2 construction; including The Yard and connectivity to The Factory
||Plant 7 grand opening including The Generator, and The Cafe
||Factory Phase 1 construction
||Factory restaurant opens
||Addition of Event Hall, completing the Congdon Yards campus
Click through the renderings below to see the vision for Congdon Yards.