HIGH POINT — This past week, the Community Foundation completed its third move as we relocated to a new suite of offices on the second floor of the new Congdon Yards building on W. English Road. We are honored to be a part of this new chapter in High Point’s history, which is transforming English Road into our city’s new business epicenter.
HIGH POINT — Congdon Yards — offering offices, community meeting spaces, dining and a state-of-the-art makerspace for furniture makers — is expected to open by early November.
The plans for Congdon Yards in downtown High Point will include a commercial-grade workshop open to the public and available to designers and craftsmen.
DULUTH, Ga. — SCM, a worldwide leading company in the woodworking technology sector, has partnered with Congdon Yards to develop a fully functioning, commercial-grade high-tech facility open to the community’s most inventive individuals in the furniture business. With access to SCM’s cutting-edge technologies, entrepreneurs and innovators can advance daring ideas into prototype and production quickly and economically.
HIGH POINT — The first phase of Congdon Yards will open in November with a commercial-grade woodshop “that will be the first of its kind in the Southeast and perhaps the country,” organizers announced Thursday.
Plant 7 will be the first building to open on the campus and will include a production and prototyping facility called The Generator that’s open to the public.
HIGH POINT — Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, development continues near High Point’s Truist Point Stadium.
This week, the Earl and Kathryn Congdon Family Foundation announced the purchase of the Stickley Furniture building, which will serve as an extension of the Congdon Yards development near the stadium.
HIGH POINT — A new multi-use development adjacent to Truist Point baseball stadium adds to its campus with the acquisition of a furniture showroom.
HIGH POINT — The Stickley Audi and Co. furniture showroom property next to Truist Point baseball stadium has been sold for $3.85 million to a limited licensed company headed by Old Dominion Freight Line Chairman David S. Congdon.