Magnussen to Expand With New Showroom in High Point
September 23, 2013,
HIGH POINT, N.C.-Magnussen Home Furnishings will move and expand to more than 60,000 square feet of showroom space in the IHFC Commerce building at this fall's High Point Market.
Magnussen's new entrance will be located on the 10th floor of the Commerce building in space C1003. The company has occupied about 40,000 square feet in IHFC Main 1010 for the past 10 years and will be expanding from this space into the space in Commerce which was previously occupied by Endura. The company's showroom entrance will now be at the C1003 space in the Commerce building and will no longer be able to be accessed from the Main building.
"Magnussen has been a mainstay in the IHFC many years, and we are thrilled to see their business and product offering expanding," said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers, which owns the IHFC.
"The showroom and its new layout provide a unique configuration and total view of our whole home solution that we can now provide our customers," said Nathan Cressman, president. "This new showroom helps to provide our customers with a fresh perspective of Magnussen Home Furnishings enhancing the presentation of our furniture and provides our buyers with an inviting buying atmosphere. We are very pleased to be able to expand our showroom and unveil this new space during this fall market."
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