Advantage Valley, Inc. has entered into a purchase agreement to buy the Vossloh Track Building, located at 64 Waterway Drive in Poca, WV, in Putnam County. The facility is the former Union Boiler Plant built to service John Amos power plant across the river. Recognizing the shortage of available inventory for business growth and expansion projects, Advantage Valley plans to redevelop the 118,000 SF industrial manufacturing facility. The property is located on the Kanawha River, with barge loading /port access on site, as well as Norfolk Southern Railroad access. Located on Route 62 and five miles from I-64, the building offers 4,500 SF of office space and 7.29 contiguous acres available for development. The building has concrete reinforced floors and offers 7 bays with 7 cranes, ranging from 5-75 ton capacity.
The anticipated timetable for financing and construction is 12 months. Advantage Valley is seeking tenants for the facility for full or partial occupancy. Contact Terrell Ellis at (304) 546-7323 or at [email protected] with serious inquiries only.
Anyone interested in learning more details can visit Advantage Valley’s website at https://app.locationone.com/buildings/603557ddb347b37d2afff1b2/Vossloh-Track-Building?organization=5e8cc7e39fb22f73fe8a4af5
Advantage Valley, Inc. is a regional economic development organization with a mission to create economic opportunity in the Charleston-Huntington Metro Areas by attracting investment, building collaboration among community stakeholders, and investing in entrepreneurs.
CONTACT: Marjorie Cooke, Director of Marketing & Communications, Advantage Valley (304) 541-9657