The first phase of The Outfields - consisting of a 36,000-square-foot office building, along with 15,000 square feet for a food hall and plaza - is getting underway next to BB&T Point Stadium, the home of the High Point Rockers of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, an independent league. Tim Elliott, managing partner of developer Elliott Sidewalk Communities, discusses how the lifestyles of millennial workers are shaping the $11 million project.
Q: How will The Outfields appeal to younger workers?
A: ``Many millennials are looking for more vibrant community space. This generation is less dependent on the car. They enjoy walking in the urban environment more so than previous generations.
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