CoH/Marshall – Huntington Brownfields Innovation Zone – West Virginia - Project Profile
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The City of Huntington (CoH) and Marshall University (Marshall) is planning to build a mixed-use development in Huntington, West Virginia, the US.
The project involves the construction of a 92,903m2 mixed-use development 30.3ha of land. It includes the construction of an 110-room hotel, a conference center, 16,722m2 office space, a 16,815m2 Polymer Technology Manufacturing Center, a 9,039m2 retail space, 135 residential units, parks, a baseball stadium, a restaurant, sidewalks, parking and related facilities.
The project is a part of Comprehensive Plan 2025 – The Future Of Huntington.
Stromberg Garrigan & Associates Inc. (SGAI) has been appointed as the landscape architect.
March 3, 2017, a meeting was held between CoH and SGAI.
As of August 2017, planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 92,903m2 mixed-use development 30.3ha of land in Huntington, West Virginia, the US.
The US$1000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an 110-room hotel
2. Construction of a conference center
3. Construction of 16,722m2 office space
4. Construction of a 16,815m2 Polymer Technology Manufacturing Center
5. Construction of a 9,039m2 retail space
6. Construction of 135 residential units
7. Construction of parks
8. Construction of a baseball stadium
9. Construction of a restaurant
10. Construction of sidewalks
11. Construction of parking and related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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