Put Boreman Pointe on your radar!

The PM Company recently purchased an entire hill in Parkersburg, WV, with the exception of Fort Boreman Park, which is owned by Wood County. PMC has approximately 175 acres leading up to and surrounding the Park. The area is directly serviced by US Route 50, a major highway running east to west across 3,000 miles with a local ADT of 12,629. Under consideration is a plan is to develop Boreman Pointe, the region’s first lifestyle center, encompassing a professional office park, a minimum of 42 acres of upscale retail, restaurants, and hotels, as well as single- and multi-family housing.

Fort Boreman, owned by Wood County,  is the site of a Civil War fort atop a hill overlooking a beautifully scenic valley, framed by the confluence of the Little Kanawha and Ohio Rivers in Parkersburg, WV. It is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a local favorite providing great photo opportunities for weddings or enjoying the breathtaking scenery.

Parkersburg currently supports a growing weekly commuting population of educated white collar professionals from the east coast. This is in part due to companies like Northwest Mutual and their national headquarters as well as well-known companies such as DuPont, Highmark, United Bank and Woodcraft which all maintain a presence in the area. This has supported total employment of over 160,000 people within Parkersburg. Additionally WVU-Parkersburg & Ohio Valley University are within 10 minutes’ drive to the site and currently provide higher education to over 5,000 Students.

Seeking:

  • Home Builders
  • Restaurants
  • Retail and Class A Office Space
  • Medium/big boxes

Projected Demo Characteristics (2017) *

10 Miles
15 Miles
Total Population94,589135,351
# Households40,20956,907
Income:
Median household$45,384$45,162
Median Age4443.9

*It is worth noting that we are surrounded by rural areas not served by any other major city. Parkersburg is the commerce destination point for as much as 30 miles around us. Our cost of living is extremely low, with housing costs some of the best in the country. This contributes to a better standard of living than many areas.

Our commitment is to preserve the historic relevance of the area, while creating a center where people will enjoy living, congregating and doing business.  We have just begun to develop architectural and engineering plans. We are actively seeking businesses with interest in relocating to Boreman Pointe.