What came first, the job or the housing? Both are so important, and needed for a vibrant, local economy. Two new West Virginia housing developments on the Ohio River are looking to attract buyers just north of the state’s capital city.
“My brother Mark (president of Mondo Building and Excavating) has dreamed of having a development with a marina for years!"
This week I was talking to a friend in Houston, TX. We are helping his company with a project in “The Crescent”. He was telling me how cold it is and how bad the roads are. Suddenly while on the call he lost power. He is worried about water pipes freezing.
"Wind and solar have a place but not as base energy. Solar does not work at night (50% of the year) and when cloudy." — Greg Kozera President and CEO of Learned Leadership LLC/ Director of Marketing at Shale Crescent USA
What was founded roughly four years ago to entice companies to settle in the Marietta, Ohio, area, is today a powerhouse in attracting companies to set up along the Ohio River Valley in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia
“Shale Crescent tells the region’s story with facts, showing why companies who come to the region will be successful.”
NAI Spring Commercial Realty welcomes back Bryce Custer to their Ohio based brokerage following a two-year absence while Custer was developing a southeastern Ohio and West Virginia presence with NAI Ohio River Corridor, a real estate brokerage firm under the NAI Global international real estate flag.
“Bryce always did a great for us when he was here, and his returning to NAI Spring expands our reach (out of Stark County, Ohio), into southern Ohio and West Virginia.” — NAI Spring owner Dan Spring, SIOR.
What:The 2nd annual Appalachian Basin Real Estate Conference.
When:March 25th, 2021 Where: Oglebay Resort and Conference Center 465 Lodge Drive Wheeling, WV 36003 Why? To Provide insight into the evolving growth of the region. Many government and industry experts recognize that U.S. cannot solely depend on the Houston and Gulf region for petrochemicals for two overriding issues: constant hurricanes and tropical storms are creating havoc for the industry every year; and the recent surge in plastic demand due to the pandemic.