Let's take a tour of a formerly thriving commercial district in High Point, NC. Various arts enthusiasts, REALTORS(R), and activists are working hard to make this place thrive again with some creative placemaking strategies. This small house is owned by the Hayden Harmon Foundation, and was formerly a notorious crack house in High Point. The Foundation started 512 Collective here, an art gallery filled with work by local visual artists. The adjacent lot will host exciting, community-wide events. New wooden picket fence erected in front of Foundation-owned 512 Collective Art Gallery, which was the site of a former crack house. Just a small change to signal the reclaiming of this property. Private commercial space diagonally across street from art gallery. Another view of same space. Private residence adjacent to 512 Collective art gallery lot. Across Street from dress shop. Dress shop is in the middle (taller building). Please note historic (story) mural on ground level.