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Five Reasons to Choose High Point, NC

If you are looking for furniture, this is the place to be! High Point is host to the largest home-furnishings market in the world, almost doubling the size of the population every April and October, with 70,000 visitors.

One. Joining hands. Some people around here call it "Highboro." That's the booming residential and commercial area along Hwy 68 and Wendover Ave. connecting High Point and Greensboro. A town long overlooked, some say. But with the affordable housing and land prices in the High Point area and the growing scarcity of acreage in Greensboro, developers are now realizing the tremendous possibilities for High Point as a sister city.

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Population: 108,269
Median Household Income: $40,263
Median Age of Residents: 35.5 years
Average Temperature: 57.8 degrees
Mayor: Bill Bencini

Sources: Piedmont Triad Partnership, High Point Chamber of Commerce, High Point Economic Development Corp.

Two. Great access to Hwy I-40 and I-85. Housing starts have boomed in the NE High Point area around Oak Hollow Lake, and in the SW area and small communities like Archdale and Trinity. Why? Because ready access to major highways makes High Point an easy commute to Greensboro or Winston-Salem for work or play. Fifteen to thirty minutes gets you most anywhere you want to go.

Three. Lower living costs. Housing is affordable in High Point due to land availability. Communities are conscientiously designed with lifestyle in mind for you and your family. You can live comfortably in homes priced around $100,000-$150,000. Due to demand, both multi-family and single-family housing have grown at an astounding pace.

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Four. Recreation at your doorstep. Boat on the 1500-acre lake at Oak Hollow Park. Take a picnic and stay all day at the 340-acre High Point City Park - with paddle boating, fishing, amusements, and swimming in the state's largest outdoor swimming pool. Shop for everything you want at the brand new Oak Hollow Mall or one of the many other shopping areas. For a great evening out, attend the renowned NC Shakespeare Festival.

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Five. Enjoy the boom. High Point may just be the one of the best-kept secrets in the Triad. Small enough for community, yet large enough to attract top level industry and jobs - as evidenced by the Piedmont Centre, a 1,100-acre business park on Hwy 68 north of town. High Point may be small, but it plans big. Come and consider High Point as your home address.

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