Wheeling Town Center

EEA consultants were asked to assist in the development of Wheeling Town Center, a mixed-use development that will help establish a central community location near the train station. The 16.2-acre site has been on the minds of developers for years, as EEA also participated in planning for the replacement of the Wicke’s Furniture store on the site in 2005 and 2006. At that time, EEA worked with floodplain consultants to analyze studies of the site. By analyzing the site topography, EEA was able to determine the area of interest was not located in a floodplain as originally thought, making development easier moving forward.

EEA assisted the development team in a Planned Unit Development (PUD) phase, followed by development of the site. Upon completion, the site includes several commercial buildings, totaling nearly 125,000 square feet of rentable commercial space and 777 surface parking spaces.

Wheeling Town Center is truly a central location for new residents, boasting a five-story residential building with nearly 300 one, two, and three bedroom units available in addition to the many commercial and retail offerings. Residents also have use of an attached five-story parking structure and community theater, as well as improved access to an existing recreation center and rail transportation.

This project is a 2019 Construction Industry Service Corporation (CISCO) Project of the Year winner in the New Construction/Suburbs (above $20 million) category.

Scope of work icon Scope of work Mixed Use Development, Utility Extensions, Parking Structure, Stormwater Detention, Permitting & Approvals, Extensive Phasing
Owner icon Owner Urban R2
Architect icon Architect RTKL Associates