This beautiful renovated warehouse, the “Queen of the Fleet” as Green Front owner Dickie Cralle likes to call it, sits beside the new High Bridge Trail State Park, the longest recreational bridge in Virginia and originally built in 1853. In fact, the bricks from the original pre-Civil War bridge piers make up the back half of this elegant warehouse. Originally a tobacco warehouse, it was better known later as the Craddock-Terry Shoe Factory and it is now Green Front’s building #10.
The furniture manufacturers in this building include Southwood, Eddy West, Michael Thomas, Habersham, English Imports, Harden Furniture, Henkel Harris, Theodore Alexander, Century Upholstery, Lillian August, Hickory White, Althorp, Craftmaster, Select by John Thomas, and Highland House.
Building #10 is currently bursting with market samples from the show at High Point, NC. Green Front buys many of the manufacturer floor samples, passing the savings on to customers. Market samples currently on the floor include furnishings from Southwood, Eddy West, Michael Thomas and Habersham.