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Downtown High Point panel: Parking is key to maintaining city's momentum

Elliott Sidewalk Communities is the master planner of development around Truist Point Stadium and is developing The Outfields, whose first building featuring the Stock + Grain Food Hall is expected to open this summer.

“It’s hard to deal with parking, but you have to plan it,” Elliott said. “Parking has been planned in since 2017 with a vision. This doesn't just show up. You can't put a plan together and not understand parking. There's probably around $150 million in development around the stadium right now. We are ready to put the next $80 million in, and 250 apartments coming up next with more commercial and we can't do it without parking. Parking and investment go hand-in-hand.” Read the full article on Triad Business Journal

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