This reports outlines an economic impact study of the proposed Southwest High Point Greenway conducted by the Institute for Transportation Research and Education (ITRE) at North Carolina State University on behalf of the Southwest Renewal Foundation (SRF) of High Point. The 6.5 mile proposed greenway will be constructed in the heart of High Point, North Carolina, an area that has experienced substantial industrial decline. The greenway is part of a larger plan designed to revitalize the Southwest High Point. To further evaluate the potential benefits of the greenway, three different types of economic impacts were examined that can be expected with the completion of the greenway: user impacts such as improved health outcomes, property value impacts such as increased home values, and economic development impacts such as increased business activity.