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The new structure will be a 35,000 square foot building. It will be an ADA complaint three-story multi-use facility that includes an elevator. 

The first floor includes space for retail, office, and restaurant including an outdoor deck for dining.  The second floor has professional office space located in the front of the building facing north and the main street of Davis, William Avenue. The rear of the second floor will have short-term/seasonal residential rentals with balconies overlooking the Blackwater River and forest area beyond. The third floor will be residential rentals. These include two, three and four bedrooms with private terraces.


The parking lot will include service for food trucks,  EV charging stations, and serve approximately fifty vehicles. 


Street Address:

533 William Avenue


Mailing Address:

P.O.Box 105

Davis, WV 26260

Instagram:  @533williamdaviswv

Facebook:  533williamdaviswv


The mountains of Tucker County, West Virginia are a four-season recreation and vacation destination. The quaint mountain town of Davis serves as a gateway to the Monongahela National Forest, Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Blackwater Falls State Park, Canaan Valley State Park, and Dolly Sods Wilderness area.


Davis is a hub for outdoor activities including snow skiing, hiking, mountain biking, fly fishing, camping, horseback riding, 5k,10k, and half marathons. The nearby Cheat River provides exciting kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, and white water rafting.  


Relaxing in the cool mountain air makes this a summer favorite where the average temperature 10 degrees less than lower elevations. Winter benefits from lake effect snows that provide excellent skiing with an average of 120 inches annually supplemented with snowmaking at the ski areas. 

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The Davis Multi-Use Building is the working title for an FSRM LLC building project at 533 William Avenue in Davis, West Virginia. The new building is designed to blend into the main street of this early 1900's town and take advantage of the view Blackwater River and the wooded area beyond the river

The town of Davis was incorporated in 1889 and became a bustling city in the early 1900's sporting electric street lights and more than 80 businesses.  The development of the area began with the arrival of a railroad in 1884 and the boom of the lumber and coal industries. The daily train service linked the area to Cumberland, MD connecting the area to east and north.  

Recently the building's large parking lot has been a central hub for festivals in Davis including a spring art festival, fall Leaf Peepers Festival, and Run-For-It 5k walk/10K run Tucker Foundation fundraiser.  These festivals/street fairs are important to the area. The festivals have grown steadily over the past decade, and now draw over 5000 visitors several times a year. We plan to continue to be a cultural hub for community activities.  

FSRM LLC are locals who saw an opportunity to provide new possibilities for the area. We are looking forward to 533 William Avenue becoming the anchor of the west end of Davis's main street.  We anticipate that it will serve as the catalyst for economic opportunity and cultural expansion in our community.

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