Spaces now available for lease at the Historic Seneca Center!
Customers and clients will enjoy unique ambiance and a distinctive experience when they visit your business. Brick-lined walls and worn wooden floors greet visitors as they wind their way through the assortment of privately owned specialty shops and restaurants. Much of the character of the building has been richly retained, intermingling classic yet distinctive merchandise with warm hospitality.
Three Spaces Now Available
- 400 SF
- 600 SF
- 1000 SF
Contact us for more details!
Seneca Center is a unique property. The building was built in 1895 by a group of Morgantown entrepreneurs to entice Seneca Glass to move here from Seneca, Ohio. Seneca Glass Company operated in this facility until 1983, when it filed for protection under the federal bankruptcy code. The property was sold at auction and the buyers converted it to a retail shopping facility. The entire property was remediated for lead paint and asbestos. The structure is post and beam of 8 x 8 American Chestnut, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The center boasts authentic glass manufacturing tools and murals of the glass making process. The towering 100-foot glass furnace chimney still stands on the property. Located on one of Morgantown’s main thoroughfares leading to downtown, only a few hundred feet from the new WVU John Chambers College of B&E.