Land sold to Sheetz for new store
August 15, 2013 - After working toward plans for a store at the Tabler Station Business Park for more than three years, the Berkeley County Development Authority recently closed the deal to sell the property to Sheetz Inc. Full Story
Director of Business Programs position available
August 9, 2013 - The Authority is seeking candidate to fill the position of Director of Business Programs. Resumes and references should be received no later than Friday, August 21st. Position Description
Macy's fulfillment center marks 1 year in business
July 8, 2013 - The first of the more than 5 million packages that have been shipped from the Macy's fulfillment center in Berkeley County since it opened July 5, 2012 was aromatic. Full Story
Business Park to be used for Tough Mudder Parking
January 10, 2013 - A portion of Tabler Station Business Park will be used for park for the Tough Mudder endurance series event scheduled for April 20and 21 in southern Berkeley County.>>Full Story
Land Deal Expands Business Park in Berkeley County
January 3, 2013 - The Berkeley Coun ty Development Authority said Wednesday that it purchased 340 additional acres to expand Tabler STationBusiness Park and can now market the facility to attract some of the nation's largest industrial employers.>>Full Story
Tough Mudder Coming to Berkeley County
December 20, 2012 - The owner of a firearm training complex near the small Berkeley County community of Glengary, W.Va., said he signed an agreement Thursday to host a Tough Mudder, a fast-growing endurance series, next year.>>Full Story
Pathways could benefit northern Martinsburg
December 20, 2012 - What began as a small area of focus for a pedestrian pathway along Edwin Miller Boulevard has grown due to public and county interest into a pedestrian study encompassing northern Martinsburg. At Monday night's Berkeley County Planning Commission meeting, Kathy Mason, business programs manager for the Berkeley County Development Authority, presented the North Martinsburg Area Pedestrian Study designed to incorporate more pedestrian corridors throughout northern Martinsburg.>>Full Story
Berkeley County is the second largest county in West Virginia with a population of 104,160 which is a 37.2% increase from a population of 75,905 in 2000.
West Virginia had to nation’s most improved economy in 2008, based on its 46th place ranking in 2007 and its sixth place ranking in 2008.
West Virginia leads the nation in terms of technology and Internet in the classroom.
Cost of living and home prices are among the lowest in the nation.
West Virginia is #1 in exporting electricity and coal in the Nation.
West Virginia has some of the lowest electricity rates in the country.
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300 Foxcroft Avenue
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Phone: (304) 267-4144
fax: (304) 267-2283
The Berkeley County Development Authority meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. The meeting takes place in the conference room of the Authority at 300 Foxcroft Avenue, Suite 201, Martinsburg, WV. For a copy of the agenda click here. If you have questions or need additional information, please call 304-267-4144.