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Rate the skyline of Wheeling WV.

  • 10

    Votes: 7 8.4%
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  • 3.5

    Votes: 2 2.4%
  • 3 or less

    Votes: 14 16.9%
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Wheeling WV....there is not alot to say about this place..here is where it is...kinda on West Virginias deformed little arm. (as opposed to the even more deformed big arm)









I love the green and white building in this picture.
 

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Has anything been built there in the last 60 years? Are all of the windows knocked out in that red building? Does the poll have negative numbers? OKO, the riverfront park is nice and it looks clean and the green and white building is cool. 3.5/10.
 

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waccamatt said:
Has anything been built there in the last 60 years? Are all of the windows knocked out in that red building? Does the poll have negative numbers? OKO, the riverfront park is nice and it looks clean and the green and white building is cool. 3.5/10.


Overview:

Pullman Square is a new Town Center being developed in Downtown Huntington, West Virginia. This 200,000 sf project is a major new development for the Huntington market and will serve as the retail and entertainment destination gathering spot not only for the greater Huntington area but also for the tri-state market area including parts of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, which surround the Huntington market.
Pullman Square will combine a strong activity generator - a new state-of-the-art multiplex movie theater (the only one in the market) - with an exciting assortment of specialty retail shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.

The project is located in the heart of downtown and has been designed with a primary focus on pedestrian circulation. The streetscape will have storefronts, restaurants and cafes that spill onto the street. A town square will be the centerpiece of the project and will serve as a great public gathering space that will be programmed with events such as street fairs, concerts and festivals on a year round basis.

Pullman Square will add to the existing activity in the downtown area - the restaurants, shops, offices, hotels, convention center and riverfront activities. The project will be a place where people come to eat, shop, socialize and entertain themselves. The layout, architecture, landscaping, hardscape and ongoing animation efforts will all create an unparalleled shopping and entertainment district for this market.


Site Preparation: Grading & Demolition
3rd Quarter 2003

Begin Construction of Garage
4th Quarter 2003

Begin Construction of Theater
1st Quarter 2004

Begin Construction of Commercial Bldg.
2nd Quarter 2004

Project Opening
4th Quarter 2004

Begin Construction of Final Building
1st Quarter 2005

http://www.pullman-square.com/ for more info
 

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Jayayess1190 said:


Overview:

Pullman Square is a new Town Center being developed in Downtown Huntington, West Virginia. This 200,000 sf project is a major new development for the Huntington market and will serve as the retail and entertainment destination gathering spot not only for the greater Huntington area but also for the tri-state market area including parts of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, which surround the Huntington market.
Pullman Square will combine a strong activity generator - a new state-of-the-art multiplex movie theater (the only one in the market) - with an exciting assortment of specialty retail shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.

The project is located in the heart of downtown and has been designed with a primary focus on pedestrian circulation. The streetscape will have storefronts, restaurants and cafes that spill onto the street. A town square will be the centerpiece of the project and will serve as a great public gathering space that will be programmed with events such as street fairs, concerts and festivals on a year round basis.

Pullman Square will add to the existing activity in the downtown area - the restaurants, shops, offices, hotels, convention center and riverfront activities. The project will be a place where people come to eat, shop, socialize and entertain themselves. The layout, architecture, landscaping, hardscape and ongoing animation efforts will all create an unparalleled shopping and entertainment district for this market.


Site Preparation: Grading & Demolition
3rd Quarter 2003

Begin Construction of Garage
4th Quarter 2003

Begin Construction of Theater
1st Quarter 2004

Begin Construction of Commercial Bldg.
2nd Quarter 2004

Project Opening
4th Quarter 2004

Begin Construction of Final Building
1st Quarter 2005

http://www.pullman-square.com/ for more info

We are in WHeeling, not Huntington. :)
 

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Been to Wheeling about one billion times. Its skyline is way way dated, has nice neighborhoods, gambling on the island. i kinda just consider its a satellite city of Pittsburgh because its so close. The same goes for Steubenville and Weirton. Everyone I know in these cities do most everything in Pittsburgh and some work in Pit area. Secondly I was at Pullman Square on a Saturday three weeks ago ...... boring hardly anyone was there more people were hangin out at the starbucks next door.
 

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Looks like a dead downtown.
 
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