• RCAC Establishes Itinerant Office Schedule at HADCO
  • HADCO Attends SEDC Annual Conference in Charlotte Aug. 20-22
  • HADCO Hires Business Outreach Specialist, Adam Phillips
  • HADCO Launches New Website
Upcoming Events
  • WV Economic Development Council Fall Conference- Glade Springs, WV (September 24-26, 2017)
  • WV Makes Festival-Marshall University (October 6, 2017)
  • West Virginia Coding/Cyber Summit-Charleston, WV (October 12,2017)
  • HADCO Board of Directors-HADCO (October 18, 2017)
  • HADCO Board of Directors-HADCO (November 15, 2017
  • Brownfields 2017-Pittsburgh, PA (December 5-7, 2017)
  • HADCO Board of Directors-HADCO (December 20, 2017)
  • Heritage Farm Forum- St. Mary's Conference Center (March 16, 2017)
Featured Property- Progress Building

Building on Huntington’s downtown renaissance, the renovation of the historic, 1922 Progress Building includes a full restoration and modernization of 12,000 sf of prime retail and office space. In an ideal location at 418 Eighth Street, the building has convenient proximity to city, county and federal buildings, as well as shops, restaurants and parking. The first floor is being developed as a mix of small, affordable, retail and restaurant lease spaces. The upper two floors are available to a single tenant, or as customizable suites for any office size, with efficiency from shared space such as conference, break, work rooms and reception areas. The corner lot offers windows on two sides for plenty of daylight and great views. Construction and architectural services are available to tenants to design and build improvements as needed with a quick turnaround. Competitive lease rates are available. Contact Justin Randolph with Progress, LLC at 304-389-1372 for more information.
Featured Business- Latta's

Latta’s has been in business in Huntington since 1931, and now, after 86 great years, it is undergoing re-branding. What started out as an educational supplies store has grown into an outlet for not just school supplies, art supplies and toys but school furniture, playground equipment, playground installations, and safety inspections. And now with the changing times and pressure from stores like Amazon, Latta’s will be an online only store with three websites,,, and Despite being an online only store, Latta's will remain active in the community by continuing to adapt to the community’s needs. A few ways it does this is by buying and selling locally as much as possible and hiring local recovering addicts.This article from the Herald Dispatch does a great job of articulating that. Be on the look out for more great news about Latta's. For any questions or comments, contact Mike Mullarky or Wayne Maynard at 304-523-8400.
September 2017