The Fall High Point Furniture market runs from Oct. 18-23, 2014. A new report takes a closer look at how technology is changing the furniture industry, and what needs addressed to keep up with global competition.
Gov. Pat McCrory (left) and Susan Kluttz, Secretary of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources, unveil a furniture market historical marker in the 200 block of S. Main Street in High Point Monday, April 28.
Residents of High Point are being asked to dream big for the future, starting with a series of discussions this week.
The Miami-based architectural and city planning firm Duany Plater-Zyberk will lead the charrettes that begin Wednesday and run through May 15th. Wendy Fuscoe, Executive Director of The City Project, says the end result will be a master plan that weaves together the downtown showroom district, Uptowne and High Point University.