HIGH POINT — The recent growth of the High Point Market showroom district has continued during the ongoing spring trade show, as construction projects that broke ground last year have come to fruition in recent days.
Pasadena, California-based Najarian Furniture Co. opened the doors Saturday on its three-story, 40,000-square-foot exhibit space at 113 W. Green Drive.
The building includes a “Modern French” architectural design that is a tribute to the family-run company’s roots.
“We wanted to construct something customers would want to, not just visit, but spend time
enjoying. A place that feels comfortable, yet special and unique to High Point,” said President Michael Najarian. “At the same time, we wanted something that spoke to our culture and brand. This new showroom encapsulates everything Najarian.”
The company broke ground on the new showroom in June 2017 after most recently leasing exhibit space in 220 Elm.
The company manufactures and markets case goods and other furniture products that are
distributed nationally to more than half of the top 100 furniture dealers, as well as to specialty
stores and customers in the contract and hospitality markets, according to a news release.
Another major showroom expansion has already debuted at market in the 200 Steele building, where Hickory-based Century Furniture opened a three-story, 40,000-square-foot extension.
The new space features an open floor plan and will be a key resource for design professionals and retail stores, according to a news release.
A third expansion project also unveiled during market involves space in the International Home Furnishings Center, where Norwalk Furniture and Company C partnered in an arrangement that gives each additional floor space to display their core product lines and also demonstrates their dedication to future growth together, according to a news release.