Location! Location! Location!
Park Shopping Center is part of a three-mile
commercial area on the main commuting artery (Grand Central
Avenue / Murdoch Avenue / WV14) between Parkersburg and
Vienna, West Virginia. The Center lies near the "traffic
circle" as it's known, where WV14, WV68 and the Memorial
Bridge to Belpre, Ohio intersect.
Every day, 36,500 cars travel past the Center's
entrance on WV14, which is the most heavily
traveled highway in the state. To the north of the center
are the 100-store Grand Central Mall, Wal-Mart
Club, several major franchise restaurants, an Amerihost
Inn, three other shopping centers and a number of smaller
strip centers. New retailers are opening all the time
within this prime area - the region's premiere retail location.
of Park Shopping Center, other major retail
locations, and WV14, WV68 and Memorial Bridge.
Shopping Center serves an adult population almost 40 percent
college-educated.Other prime facts about the area:
consumer trade area has over 80,000 people.
Washington County, Ohio, as well as Wood County, West
45% of population between the ages of 25 and 45.
50% of trade area population employed in managerial or
white collar jobs.
center median family income $47,461.
population with an Ohio pattern economic profile (Ohio
is just across the river).
retail sales exceed 1 billion dollars.
The Center is a successful
retail center occupied by national
franchises and local businesses. Major traffic generators
are Big Bear Plus, Bob Evans Restaurant and Gabriel
Brothers, one of the Mid-Atlantic regions fastest-growing
outlet-priced family clothing stores.
Our most recent addition, Crafts
2000, is the largest crafts retailer, distributor,
and importer in the United States. A $15 million renovation
of the Center that began in 1995 includes the construction
of almost 140,000 square feet of new retail space and
new ingress/egress routes to handle the increased traffic
the Center has experienced.
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take advantage of this prime retail space, and utilize
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