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Retail property for lease in Elkins, WV
Retail - 479 Beverly Pike, Elkins, WV
6,300 SqFt
Former Fastenal Retail Location for Lease
Office property for lease in Fairmont, WV
Office - 1489 Locust Avenue, Fairmont, WV
$0.9/SqFt/Month
1,100 SqFt

Professional office space
Shopping Center property for lease in Bridgeport, WV
Shopping Center - 1200 West Main Street, Bridgeport, WV
11,600 SqFt
11,600sf Former Family Dollar Space for lease ---- lease incentives offered
Shopping Center property for lease in Beckley, WV
Shopping Center - »4110 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Beckley, WV
5,426-8,580 SqFt
Space for lease--- next to Aldi, Planet Fitness, Staples and more---Lease Incentives offered
Shopping Center property for lease in Parkersburg, WV
Shopping Center - 2360 Pike Street Parkersburg, WV 26101, Parkersburg, WV
5,021-5,940 SqFt
2 spaces left for lease at Gihon Village ---- lease incentives offered
Multi-Use property for lease in Martinsburg, WV
Multi-Use - 100 W. Main Street, Martinsburg, WV
300-22,500 SqFt
Office/Retail space for lease
Others property for lease in FALLING WATERS, WV
Others - 7684 WILLIAMSPORT PIKE 3, FALLING WATERS, WV
Commercial Lease - FALLING WATERS, WV

West Virginia has a population of approximately 1,816,856. As the least populous southeastern state, there are not a plethora of West Virginia commercial real estate listings. However, commercial realty can be found in the state, especially in the most populated cities. You will likely find the most investment property in Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg, and Wheeling. Charleston is the largest city in the state with an estimated population of 53,421.



If you are looking for West Virginia commercial real estate listings, you will be pleased to hear that the state has an excellent highway system and 7 airports.



You might not think of West Virginia as a major business locale. However, Morgantown was recently rated by Forbes as one of the country's best cities for doing business. One of the major hubs of the West Virginia economy is coal. Industrial space in the state is also dedicated to producing oil and national gas.


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