FEATURES & AMENITIES 

Greentree - Downtown Huntington

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  • Gated Communities featured at Greentree, Longbranch, and Spicetree Properties 
  • Keyed and Keyless Entry Systems with Intercoms featured at Greentree, Longbranch, and Spicetree Properties
  • 24 Hour Emergency Hotline
  • On-Site Resident Manager
  • Friendly and Attentive Maintenance and Leasing Staff
  • Private Parking 
  • 500 feet from Marshall University Campus. Marshall University Drinko Library, Lewis College of Business, and the Memorial Student Center. Now that's close! 

Greentree East - Huntington Mall

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  • Gated Community
  • Keyless Entry System with Intercoms
  • 24 Hour, On-Site Fitness Center
  • 24 Hour Emergency Hotline
  • On-Site Resident Manager and Maintenance 
  • Friendly and Attentive Maintenance and Leasing Staff
  • Private Parking 
  • Commuter Friendly. Right next to US Route 60 East, Interstate 64, and the Huntington Mall. 
  • Convenient Shopping and Dining (Barboursville, WV). Less than 1000 feet from the Huntington Mall and less than a mile from Super Wal-Mart, Lowe's, Hobby Lobby, Target, Pier 1, Home Depot, Texas Roadhouse, O'Charley's, Chick-fil-A, IHOP, Applebee's, Chili's, Bellacino's, Olive Garden, Tortilla Factory, Office Depot, Cracker Barrel, Kohl's, Ulta, Kroger, and more!

Huntington, West Virginia

Huntington is located in western West Virginia.  It is both a vibrant, energetic city and a place where heritage comes alive. Sitting on the Ohio River at the point where West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky meet, Huntington is part of the largest inland port in the United States.

The city is home to Marshall University, one of the largest employers in town and a major contributor to the heart and soul of the community. Huntington’s Cabell Huntington Hospital, St. Mary’s Medical Center and Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine are the thrust of a growing medical community.

Area retail is anchored by the Huntington Mall, the largest mall in West Virginia, and a healthy downtown retail sector including many boutique shops along 3rd and 4th avenues.

The downtown area is a draw for shopping, dining and entertainment, including Pullman Square, a modern town square, built in 2001. The streets are alive with people walking from venue to venue or taking advantage of a newly-created bike path. Year-round, a variety of festivals and special events draw crowds to Pullman Square, the Big Sandy Superstore Arena and the historic Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center.

Huntington also is known for its expansive park system, the gem of which is Ritter Park. The park, which features a walking path, award-winning playground, tennis courts, amphitheater and PetSafe Dog Park, was recognized by the American Planning Association in 2012 as one America’s 10 Great Public Spaces. Since 1934, the park’s Rose Garden has been West Virginia's nationally-recognized municipal rose garden, containing 1,000 plants and noted for its All-American Rose Selections.

In the hills above Ritter Park is the Huntington Museum of Art. It is the largest art museum between Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Richmond and contains numerous collections, exhibitions, education programs and nature trails on a sprawling, 52-acre campus. The grounds also are home to the C. Fred Edwards Conservatory, West Virginia’s only plant conservatory.

Greentree Apartments - Marshall University

Greentree East Apartments - Barboursville