Welcome to White Oaks
Located adjacent to West Virginia's rapidly growing 1-79 corridor, White Oaks Business Park is situated at the crossing of 1-79 and Highway Route 279, spanning exits 124 and 125. The 470 acre park has been designed as a modern, green business park with a campus style atmosphere that offers support services to United Hospital Center (UHC), FBl's Criminal Justice Headquarters, and FBl's Biometrics Center of Excellence. White Oaks offers a unique combination of professional business services, health services, hospitality, restaurants and retail. Centrally located, White Oaks balances the needs of workers and visitors, ensuring a high quality of life for those who call it home. Green spaces and outdoor areas are included in the master plan (Page 3) to provide an inviting atmosphere for all users. The location boasts prime road and interstate visibility averaging 39,718 vehicles per day via 1-79, (WVDOH, 15) and 16,795 vehicles per day via Route 279
White Oaks is located in the heart of North Central West Virginia. In the last five years, $1 billion has been spent in development between the United Hospital Center, the FBI expansion, and White Oaks. With businesses growing, so is the influx of people moving to the area. Harrison County lies in north central West Virginia and is home to the North Central WV Airport which has one of the longest runways in WV (7,000 feet) and now offers nonstop jet services to Chicago and Washington DC. Also in Harrison County are a few of the top national aerospace companies including: Lockheed Martin, Bombardier Aerospace, Graftech International, Pratt & Whitney, amongst others.
As of 2015, within a 5-mile radius of the White Oaks Business Park, the population was 17,769 with a median household income of $56,043 (MapInfo Pro, 2015). Major employers in the area also include: United Hospital Center, Federal Bureau of Investigation, VA Medical Center, and Marcellus Shale O & G service contractors.
Driving Distances (+Flyer Content PG.35)
Clarksburg, WV: 8 Miles
Fairmont, WV: 15 Miles
Morgantown, WV: 25 Miles
Charleston, WV: 125 Miles
Pittsburgh, PA: 100 Miles
STATISTICS AND GROWTH PRODUCTION
Total Population: 68,714
As of July 1, 2015, Harrison County had an estimated total population of 68,714. Bridgeport ranks in the upper quartile for Diversity Index when compared to the other cities, towns, and Census Designated Places (CDPs) in West Virginia
Total Households within 5-Mile Radius: 7,428
in 2015, there were reported to be a total of 7,428 households within a 5-mile radius of White Oaks Business Park, and 1,623 households within a 3-mile radius (MapInfo Pro 2015)
The location boasts prime road and interstate visibility averaging 39,718 vehicles per day via I-79. (WVDOH, 15) and 16,795 vehicles per day via Route 279 (WVDOH, 14)
Overall Job Growth
Harrison County reported the highest average income in the region at $44,600 per person a number that is expected to grow. Job growth is projected to reach 0.7% annually, higher than the state-wide average of 0.5%.
Bridgeport has a total of 928 businesses. in 2016 the leading industries in Bridgeport were health care and social services, retail, repair, personal care, laundry, religious, accommodation and food services.
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