BUCKHANNON – Located in the heart of West Virginia, Upshur County is a hub for economic development with a synergy of small businesses and large corporations.
Home to the City of Buckhannon, Upshur County is located near the junction of Corridor H (a four-lane highway that links central West Virginia to the Washington, DC metro area) and Interstate 79 (the Mountain State’s main north-south roadway).
More than 25,000 people call Upshur County home, where they enjoy a low cost of living, strong sense of safety and a great small-town quality of life. The vibrant community and charming town of Buckhannon reflect the strong and diverse workforce of the region.
For businesses looking to establish a presence in north-central West Virginia, the Upshur County Development Authority offers an array of dynamic services to best meet their needs, welcome them into the local community, assist in their business development plans and more.
Buckhannon’s mayor, Robbie Skinner, also serves as the Executive Director of the UCDA.
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With the mission of “economic prosperity and investment in Upshur County,” the staff of the UCDA can help your business find the perfect site to call home. From large, 250-acre properties to an industrial park to smaller spaces, the Upshur County Development Authority maintains a database of commercial-ready properties throughout the county.
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Commercial properties available for purchase in Upshur County include, land, warehouses and former business locations. See available commercial properties on the UCDA website.
To learn more about these properties, call the UCDA at 304-472-1757 or stop by to see the friendly faces of the UCDA at their office located at 21 E. Main Street, Suite 101 in Buckhannon.
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