Downtown Huntington, West Virginia is growing and vibrant. Within the past ten years, the growth has been outstanding.
Anchored by the multi-million dollar retail, dining and entertainment complex, Pullman Square, the downtown region has seen resurgence in traffic, destination events, and economic impact. Within walking distance you can find the Big Sandy Superstore Arena, Harris Riverfront Park, and Heritage Village. The ever growing atmosphere of Downtown Huntington makes the Pullman Center a premium location.
In addition to Pullman Square, the downtown Huntington region includes two large hotels, a convention center that is home to numerous concerts, events and meetings, ample parking, Marshall University, a large city-run park with waterfront access, an amphitheater on the river, and much more.
The momentum is strong and the opportunity great.
The quality of life in Huntington is fantastic thanks to the community atmosphere supplemented by football, green space, local business, and a genuine feeling of caring amongst residents. Little or no congestion, one of the lowest crime rates in the country and the home of 2014 Conference USA football Champions, Marshall University, and their long tradition of academic and athletic excellence make Huntington the heart of the tristate.
City of Huntington - http://www.cityofhuntington.com/
Cabell Huntington Convention & Visitors Bureau - http://www.wvvisit.org/
A vibrant community with much to offer, Huntington is the hub of the Tri-State region including Ironton, Ohio, Ashland, Kentucky, and Huntington, West Virginia. Huntington is within one day’s drive to 44% of the industrial market of the United States. Our transportation network includes public bus, railway, a major commercial airport and is located on an Interstate Highway (I-64).
As a city, Huntington has much to offer. Below you will find statistics about the city and region: