Buildings and sites
Top-quality business sites and buildings in Advantage Valley
One of the Advantage Valley’s most powerful advantages is the wide variety of development sites and existing buildings available to companies like yours. Whether you’re seeking a downtown storefront, Class A offices, or a huge industrial facility with rail and port access, we can help you find the ideal location. We’ve included several locations below, but they’re just the beginning. Share your specific needs with us and we’ll help you find the place that’s perfect for your business.
Featured Sites in Advantage Valley
ALTIVIA’s Institute Industrial Park is situated 10 miles west of Charleston in the heart of West Virginia’s historic Chemical Valley. The site is home to Fortune 100 chemical companies and yet has ample room for expansion. Nearly 200 of 400 acres adjacent to the Kanawha River are available.
IHS Markit calls this region and the surrounding area the most profitable location for building petrochemical plants.
North Point Pleasant Site
This site offers 1300 acres of vacant land adjacent to future Nucor Steel Mill in Mason County, West Virginia. Site provides access to CSX Rail Service and the Ohio River and is located on WV Route 62 in Point Pleasant. Sale price is negotiable.
ACF Industries Site
This 42 acre manufacturing site is located within city limits of Huntington, West Virginia and offers close proximity to Marshall University and Ohio River access.
Purposeful development plan, site located on 2300 3rd Avenue in Cabell County.
Putnam Business Park
The Putnam Business Park has ten acres of flat land ideally located near the Kanawha River on WV 817 and County Route 35/29 in Frazier’s Bottom, West Virginia. (Putnam County)
Phase I has three parcels available: 3.7 acres, 4.6 acres and 5.22 acres. The 4.6 and 5.22 acres are adjacent and can be purchased together. All utilities onsite.
Vossloh Track Building
This 107,000-square foot utility-served industrial/manufacturing space with seven bays is just five miles from I-64 in Poca, WV. It offers access to Norfolk Southern rail, with onsite barge facilities on the Kanawha River.