“Clients and colleagues constantly tell us that we have the most chic office in the area. Our space conveys a strong message about our firm and the quality services we provide. We love it here and don’t plan to ever move!”
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Jim Hughes – Building Manager


in Historic Downtown Charleston

Modern Amenities & Office Space
Customization Available

One Bridge Place is a historic five-story structure conveniently located in the heart of downtown Charleston, West Virginia. Each story offers approximately 6,000 square feet of completely customizable office space suites. Due to the fact that only the exterior walls are load bearing, any degree of interior modification, renovation, and customization that a prospective tenant may require can be accommodated to meet specific configuration requirements. Our building has accommodated the needs of tenants with requirements as large as 8,000 square feet and as small as 450 square feet.

All operational aspects of our building comply with today’s modern standards for office buildings including:


Special Small Business Suites & Services

One Bridge Place proudly offers a program specially designed for small business entities that may require shorter lease terms and the cost of advantages of sharing amenities (such as conference and break rooms). Our leases can be tailored to your timeframe and budget. Contact us for details at (304) 539-6140.

Tour Beautiful, Historic One Bridge Place in Charleston

We welcome you to tour our beautiful historic office building. One Bridge Place is truly a treasure set amongst the idyllic setting of downtown Charleston, WV along the Kanawha River. View One Bridge Place through the eyes of veteran photographer, Thorney Lieberman.

About Our Professional Photographer, Thorney Lieberman

Thorney Lieberman has been a professional photographer for over 40 years. His work is internationally held in museum, corporate, and private collections. A book of his photographs of New York City – Manhattan Lightscape (Abbeville Press, 1990) – capped his career as a master architectural photographer and is still in print. Lieberman’s life sized photographs of Native Americans in ceremonial regalia have been shown in museums in the United States and Europe. He has had major retrospective of his work at the Huntington Museum of Art (May 2008) as part of their Walter Gropius Master Arts series.

Thorney Lieberman has completed an exhibit consisting of 18 full sized portraits of coal miners, Honoring America’s Coal Miners”. These monumental portraits reveal the essence of the coal industry and their exhibition celebrates and honors these men and women as contemporary American heroes. The exhibit premiered in West Virginia in 2009 and has traveled to museums and other venues throughout the United States. Lieberman continues his work of documenting coal mining, life, and architecture in America today.

Contact Thorney Lieberman at (304) 342-1842 or at t@thorneylieberman.com. Visit Thorney’s website.