Salon to Expand for October High Point Market

HIGH POINT, N.C.-This October's High Point Market will bring the enlargement of Salon at Suites at Market Square.

The expansion will be located one floor above the current Salon display, and will add 8,000 square feet to bring the total Salon space to 33,000 square feet. Salon is a juried showcase of fashion-forward home furnishings that include furniture, lighting, rugs, wall art, home textiles and decorative accessories. Market attendees will be able to enter the new area by taking the escalator in the center of Salon, allowing them to shop both the ground and mezzanine floors in the Suites at Market Square.

Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers, said, "For the past few markets, we have had a waiting list of companies that fit the profile for Salon, but we did not have enough space to accommodate all of the. Clearly, the demand was greater than our supply, so we have decided to expand Salon to feature more companies."

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