Brownfields Project Marketplace

What is the Marketplace? The Marketplace is FREE brownfields financing technical assistance. The Marketplace was created with an understanding that it’s often difficult to bring the public- and private- sectors together in the same place, and harder still to have each engage in an open discussion about brownfield projects. The Marketplace is an open forum that connects communities looking to finance brownfield redevelopment projects with development financiers and brownfield project experts. Through the Marketplace, communities can engage in open discussion with experts, get answers to their financing questions, and come away with a better understanding of the resources available for their redevelopment projects.

Communities are asked to prepare a brief presentation on their redevelopment project and present it to our technical assistance partners in exchange for financing recommendations.

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2017 Project Marketplaces

Rolling Online Marketplace
February 23, 12:00 - 5:00 pm EST
Online Marketplace
Register below to schedule a 30 minute session.

To register your brownfield project for a Marketplace, first complete the application below. CDFA staff will follow up with you at the contact information you provide below to confirm your submission.

Search the map below for previous brownfield projects presented at the Marketplace.

Search Results: West Virginia
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170 Chestnut Street, Ronceverte, WV 24970
Ronceverte Development Corporation/ Main Street Ronceverte
Produce company, cabinet business, Watts Electronics, Greenbrier Instruments, Bendix Corporation, ABB Analytics, and Wholesale Food Distribution.
2481 River Road, Wellsburg, West Virginia 26070
Business Development Corporation of the Northern Panhandle
Although the Site mailing address is 2481 River Road Wellsburg, West Virginia - the Site is physically located in Beech Bottom, WV. The former manufacturing area of the Site (approximately 33 acres)...
549 Center Avenue, Romney, WV 26757
Hampshire County Development Authority
Hospital, Medical Complex
Corner of 8th & Plutus Street, Chester, West Virginia
Business Development Corporation of the Northern Panhandle
The site was the home of a pottery manufacturer, Taylor Smith & Taylor Pottery, from 1900 to 1982. After that, the site sat vacant for more than two decades, before being purchased by the BDC in 2011.
Main Street Fairmont
Project details are not available at this time. Please contact CDFA staff for more information.
Upper Pocahontas County Cooperative
Project details are not available at this time. Please contact CDFA staff for more information.

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* Projects marked with a pin have received a CDFA site visit.

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