Interior of Kinston Hub. Interior of Kinston Hub.


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Hey, hi, hello …

It’s appropriate that Kinston Hub is the community’s first amenity. It embodies the very spirit of what Kinston is all about – getting together. In fact, you can’t get past The Hub’s entrance without noticing a larger-than-life mural that says just that, “together.” Inside, the idea of togetherness manifests in wonderful ways. Places to sit, to have a party, to share a conversation over a bite and a fresh brew (both coffee and craft beer) at Mountain Cowboy Brewing Company.
Here’s to good company.

… and welcome

The Hub is more than a touchstone for the community. It’s Kinston’s Welcome Center, the starting point for new home shoppers. Where you pick up a brochure and a map and learn more about what’s coming. That means talking to a real person. You’ll want to say hello to one of our helpful community ambassadors. They can give you the lowdown and point you in the right direction of our model homes. Kinston Hub, like Kinston itself, is best experienced in person. We hope to see you soon.

Outside of Kinston Hub.

Mountain Cowboy Brewing Co

Fresh, local and did we mention fresh?

Mountain Cowboy Brewing Company is the walkable destination every neighborhood needs. A place to grab your morning coffee and a homemade cinnamon roll, order up tasty snacks when you’re hungry and hoist a frosty cold one, a craft cocktail or glass of wine at happy hour. Local owners, Ron and Michelle Yovich, put a lot of love into what they are serving, along with the freshest ingredients they can find. Food trucks and live musicians will be among the regulars, so there’s always something new to enjoy.

Two women cheers with beer at Kinston Hub

An artful life

Kinston Hub is a creative place. In addition to the “together” mural by Magik Studios, there’s a stylized bear sculpture (that doubles as a comfortable seat) by French artist Eric Valat, a whimsical ceiling installation in the lobby by local artist Jennifer Ghormley that is inspired by Kinston’s artful vibe, and two charming mountain goats in the gathering room by artist Mark Chatterly. The architecture of The Hub itself is inspired.

Together mural at Kinston Hub
Kinston Hub image collage
Kinston Hub image collage

What’s growing

There’s more to Kinston Hub than meets the eye. Around back, High Plains Environmental Center has created a stunning Demonstration Garden, where Executive Director Jim Tolstrup holds workshops on sustainable, water-wise and native pollinator-friendly planting. There will be educational opportunities for all ages here. It’s also where Mountain Cowboy Brewing Company gets some of their freshest ingredients. And for the rest of us, who doesn’t love simply wandering through a garden to see what’s growing?

Park coming

Kinston is located in what will become Kinston Commons in the next few years, a community park envisioned (you guessed it) as a place that brings people together. For concerts on the lawn, on the patio beneath festive lighting, around a cozy fire pit, at the playground, or to wash away the summer heat at the swimming pool and splash pad beside an iconic pool house and fitness center. Get regular updates about all of the great things coming to Kinston by joining our interest list.