Phillips Collection Relocates Office

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Phillips Collection, a leading manufacturer of high-end contemporary furnishings, has expanded its headquarters in High Point, NC to the former Rose Furniture Building on I-85 Business. The expansion of its Origins Collection and the need for more hybrid showroom and warehouse space necessitated a move to the new 166,000-square-foot facility, according to the company.

The new facility allows Phillips Collection to expand its existing operations and still have abundant space and resources available for complementary partners, the company said. Phillips Collection has been in touch with local, national and international colleges and universities about the prospect of having a footprint in a flagship facility in a design-centric community.

This new home for Phillips Collection was selected because of its location and its warehouse size, which will translate into improved logistics and ease of access for customers and associates. The new headquarters will be located at 916 Finch Avenue, High Point, N.C.

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