Discover new destinations

Market is big – more than 13 city blocks big – so there’s always something new to discover. But how to get started? Start here. Dividing Market into eight neighborhoods, we’ve highlighed all major buildings, and some fun spots in every part of town. Take a look. See what strikes your fancy – and strike out on your next Market adventure!

Commerce Concourse

Shuttle stops: Green Line 1, 2, 13 | Red Line 1, 15, 16

This is the neighborhood most Marketeers probably know best. Home to the Transportation Terminal, it’s where all the shuttles arrive and depart. But there’s so much here, you probably haven’t seen it all. The 5-wing, 11-story IHFC building alone has more showrooms than most entire home furnishings shows. Just across the Concourse past Center Stage (home to Stars Under The Stars), the Showplace building houses five more floors of showrooms, and down Hamilton Street you’ll see the spacious standalone showrooms of some of the biggest brands in home furnishings.

Universal Furniture

Four Hands

Christopher Guy

Hamilton Wrenn North

Shuttle Stops: Red Line 16-25

The lineup of expansive showrooms for major brands extends into this richly populated neighborhood. Cross Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to enter the Hamilton Wrenn Design District. Known as “the five star part of Market,” it’s where you’ll see a multitude of high-end, design-oriented makers.

John Richard

Century Furniture


Uptown Main

Shuttle Stops: Red Line 25, 26

Stroll past the storefront showrooms of a great variety of brands, offering everything from high-end luxury goods to more promotional goods. For an old fashioned Main Street shopping experience, be sure to check out the fashion forward Off-Main Design District. Also home to one of Market’s newest venues, The Point.

Aidan Gray

Orfeo Quagliata Studio

Ro Sham Beaux

North Elm

Shuttle Stops: Red Line 27, 28

Easy to walk, fun to shop, filled with designer-oriented showrooms offering unique and artisan products. Be sure to scoot down to 407 West High St. to take a peek at Pandora’s Manor, a stately, 111-year-old home that now serves as a B&B – and features a stunning stained-glass portrait of Pandora – the original lady of the house.

Objects & Accents by Everick Brown


Bobo Intriguing Objects

Market Square & Elm

Shuttle stops: Green Line 5, 14 | Red Line 14, 29

In the Suites at Market Square (SAMS), you’ll find our only temporary showroom space, plus the Antique & Design Center. Head back into Market Square Tower to see some of the world’s best known rug, fabric, and furniture brands. Next door, Commerce & Design presents products in every category and style, and on the corner, 220 Elm is a contemporary hotspot – and home to mass-market majors.

Dovetail Furniture and Designs


carol & frank/ELISABETH YORK

Russell & Green

Shuttle Stops: Green Line 5, 6, 7, 8

Large, standalone showrooms feature everything from value-priced importers to European antiques and reproductions, handcrafted made in USA upholstered goods, and luxury designer lines. If you’re looking for something fabulous, this little corner of Market has it all.

214 Modern Vintage

Theodore Alexander

Tourmaline Home

Downtown Main

Shuttle Stops: Green Line 3, 4, 9, 10

Three major venues anchor this neighborhood. IHFC Main was the first major exhibition center specifically built for High Point Market, and still shows off some of the best brands in the business. Across the street, National Furniture Mart, Furniture Plaza, and Plaza Suites, stretch from Commerce Ave. to Green Dr., while standalone showrooms fill storefronts all the way down Main St. to Grimes Ave., ending at Atrium On Main.

Norwalk Furniture

Currey and Company

Company C

Centennial Wrenn South

Shuttle Stops: Green Line 3, 10, 11, 12, 13

These streets are fun to explore – and filled with showrooms featuring products in every price point. Schwung Home will take you to the high end. To see a broader array of price points – and enjoy free wifi, coffee, and snacks – stop into the multi-tenant buildings Market On Green, Home Fashions Resource Center, or one of the four Center Point properties on Manning, Centennial, Russell, and Hamilton.



Jonathan Louis International