Huntington projects a renewed vitality that is reflected in the diversity of the businesses located in the area. Residents and visitors find a welcoming, thriving region defined by a mix of industry, professional offices, restaurants and shops.
The ambiance of the various shops and stores in downtown Huntington provides a shopping experience that is quite enjoyable and convenient. But the biggest news to come out of downtown Huntington in the last 25 years is the creation of Pullman Square. The open-air mall offers residents a unique shopping experience with retail shops as well as dining and entertainment opportunities.
Shoppers can also spend a leisurely afternoon perusing the unique antique shops that comprise Old Central City along Adams Avenue and 14th Street West. Most shops in the area offer an array of antique furniture, china, glass, toys and other knick knacks.
Huntington is centrally-located within 15 miles of three shopping malls. While there are some stores common to all three malls, there are many unique shops at each location that offer a broad range of merchandise.
The Huntington Mall Complex, located at the Barboursville exit off I-64, is the largest mall in West Virginia with over 130 stores including Macy's, S & K Menswear, JCPenney, Sears, Old Navy, American Eagle, Dick’s Sporting Goods, The Disney Store, The Limited, Express, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, Toys-R-Us, New York & Company, Borders, Pier One Imports, Sam Goody, B. Moss and numerous other stores as well as restaurants. It is a favorite destination for shoppers from throughout the Huntington region.