Conover Station is an active downtown Brownfield redevelopment project located in the heart of Conover. The land offered in the redevelopment area has small town charm while offering big city amenities, and since its inception Conover Station has received resounding community and political support. Conover Station has become a prominent, newsworthy project that provides a sound example of successful community-based redevelopment. We encourage you to watch this video to learn about the history of the Conover Station site and how the City of Conover is stimulating economic growth and encouraging sustainable downtown redevelopment.

Catawba County Library - Conover Branch
Located on the 3rd floor of Conover Station.

Hours of operation are:

Sunday & Monday - Closed

Tuesday 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
CLICK HERE to visit their website.

Community Room @ Conover Station:
The Community Room @ Conover Station is established by law for community and civic purposes. This facility shall be used primarily for governmental and community events as permitted under the laws governing the use of such public facilities.
For detailed rental information CLICK HERE.

Warlong Glove Mfg Co. 1935
Warlong Glove Mfg Co. 1935

Original Warlong Glove Building

Warlong Glove Bldg 2005
Warlong Glove Bldg 2005

Warlong Glove Building when purchased.

Conover Station 2015
Conover Station 2015

Warlong Glove Bldg after renovation.

Warlong Glove Mfg Co. 1935
Warlong Glove Mfg Co. 1935

Original Warlong Glove Building

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If the Conover Station site could talk it would tell you a rich story of the industrious nature and ingenuity of the people of our area. For over a century the Conover Station site was buzzing with the manufacturing of numerous goods ranging from furniture to gloves to axe handles. Upon the closure of the Broyhill Furniture factory in 2005, the City of Conover fearing the future of this imposing vacant structure took a bold step. By purchasing the property the City took a visionary approach in helping to ensure the future vitality of the central business district and the community in general. Since 2005 the City has explored opportunities for the Broyhill Redevelopment area, which is now referred to as “Conover Station”. The City has been fortunate to receive over 6.8 million dollars in grant funding that is making the dream of Conover Station a reality.