Inwood Shopping Center is a mixed-use commercial plaza one-fourth mile (east) off Exit 5, I-81 in Inwood, Berkeley County, West Virginia. The center is in a high traffic area just off the Interstate with direct entrance to/from U.S. 11 and State Route 51. New highway constructed round-a-bouts adjacent to the center ensures smooth entrance and exits for shoppers and customers to the center. The I-81 corridor is rapidly developing in commercial, residential and industrial use. Within two/three miles of the center a new Proctor and Gamble complex of approximately 1million square feet, a General Motors parts distribution center, Macy’s distribution, Amazon distribution Federal Express Hub among many other new enterprises. The plaza and immediate area contain multiple dining options including fast food venues, ethnic restaurants, convenience stores, five banks, health spa, gym, flower shop, mortgage lender, dog grooming, computer store, hairdresser/barber salon, and much more. Washington D.C. is 85 miles, Dulles 40 miles and the Center is mid-way between Winchester, Va., and Martinsburg, WV.


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Verified 12/9/19