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Developer of The Outfields credits High Point incentives with creating demand for downtown space

275 North Elm in downtown High Point is moving forward.

That was the message Tuesday morning from Baltimore-based developer Tim Elliott, who held a news conference at Truist Point stadium to provide an update on The Outfields, his planned development of as many as six buildings behind the stadium's outfield wall.

"It's moving," Elliott said. "I just wanted to point that out."

Steel for the 54,000 square-foot 275 Elm building, behind center field, has been delivered and is going up. Five of the planned 10 tenants for Stock + Grain Assembly, the first-floor food hall, are committed, Elliott announced.

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