410 Hogan opens in North Carolina

Hospitality industry veteran Nick Hart opened 410 Hogan, a 400,000-square-foot furniture factory in North Carolina. The factory will create custom casegoods and upholstery for boutique and luxury hotels and resorts.

The factory, located on 30 acres of land in Morganton, North Carolina is vertically integrated and was completely renovated with more than $1 million of computerized equipment and a $3.5 million multi-line finish system, all customized for hospitality furniture and upholstery.

For more than 37 years, Hart has been creating custom furniture for the hospitality market. Hart started his career as a sales representative with American of Martinsville and Drexel Heritage. He went on to become president and CEO of Decca Hospitality Furnishings, where he grew the company to become a leader in luxury hotel furnishings with annual sales in excess of $52 million.

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The 410 Hogan senior management team has a combined 150 years of furniture expertise and experience.

410 Hogan is a custom hospitality furniture and upholstery manufacturer dedicated to boutique, high-end, and luxury hotels and resorts. The company will be committed to making “Made In North Carolina” products.

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