Monthly Archives: October 2011

Colliers International | Pittsburgh Employees Team Up to Make a Difference

My Making Strides Page

Colliers International | Pittsburgh joined the fight against breast cancer on Saturday, October 29th  by participating in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, a 5K non-competitive walk held in Pittsburgh’s North Shore.

2011 marks the second year that the American Cancer Society has hosted the event in Pittsburgh. In 1993, the first Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk was held in Boston; the organizers created the event to raise awareness and funds to win the fight against breast cancer.

Jessica Jarosz, Associate, led the Colliers International | Pittsburgh team in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk.  As team leader, Jessica recruited team members to participate and make donations to help save lives from breast cancer.  “Here in the Pittsburgh market, the American Cancer Society, companies such as Colliers International | Pittsburgh, and thousands of cancer survivors and volunteers are thrilled to be holding our very first Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event,” said Jessica.  “This will be a start to an annual event for Colliers International | Pittsburgh to raise money for cancer research.  It is extremely important that we continue to be involved in our community and support a laudable cause.  We are thrilled have been able to take part in this important event, and we are proud to announce that we have exceeded our team goal through our fundraising efforts.”
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Colliers International | Pittsburgh Announces the Sale of former Baum Boulevard Dodge

– Three buildings at 5607-5625 Baum Boulevard totaling 150,000 SF, plus an 18,000 SF parcel at 5724 Baum Boulevard-

Colliers International | Pittsburgh is proud to announce the sale of the former Baum Boulevard Dodge, located on Baum Boulevard between Roup Avenue and Fairmount Street in Shadyside. The property encompasses three buildings at 5607-5625 Baum Boulevard, totaling 150,000 square feet, plus an 18,000 square foot parcel at 5724 Baum Boulevard, the former used car lot for Baum Boulevard Dodge. Gregg Broujos and Patrick Sentner SIOR, Founding Principals at Colliers International | Pittsburgh represented the seller, Foley Family Limited Partnership, in the transaction. Raymond Orowetz P.E., Associate Broker at Colliers International | Pittsburgh represented the buyer, Baum Boulevard Investors, LLC in the sale.

Their purchase represents an outstanding opportunity to capitalize on the vibrancy of the Baum-Center corridor,” said Raymond Orowetz P.E., Associate Broker at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.

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Colliers International | Pittsburgh Founding Principals Recognized with Everest Award

-Paul Horan and Patrick Sentner are among the inaugural Everest Award winners for 2011-
Founding Principals Paul Horan and Patrick Sentner, SIOR, of Colliers International | Pittsburgh, have been recognized with the Everest Award for top performance in 2011.

The Everest Award achievement is bestowed upon the top 10% of all Colliers International agents in the U.S. and recognizes top producers in each market based on performance in 2011. The awards were presented during the Colliers International Chicago National Meeting on September 23rd, which hosted a record 1,400 attendees.

“We are proud to have Paul and Patrick recognized as Everest Award winners,” said John Bilyak, CCIM, Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh. “More importantly, we remain confident that we are better positioned to successfully handle our client’s real estate needs locally, nationally and internationally, as part of the Colliers family.”

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Ralph Egerman Behind Bars to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association

Heavily armed with kindness, Ralph Egerman, Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh, was put behind bars today to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  He volunteered to be “arrested and serve time” in a mock jail at Atrias Restaurant and Tavern located in the North Shore at PNC Park.

Ralph was locked up until he was able to reach his fundraising goal.  Today he was able to raise over $3,000 to exceed his goal and be freed. “I am delighted to have participated in the 2011 MDA Lock-up event,” said Ralph Egerman, Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.  The work that MDA does provides hope and help for the children and adults in our community suffering from Muscular Dystrophy.  I am also proud of the support that I have received from my colleagues at Colliers International | Pittsburgh. With the help of Colliers International | Pittsburgh, our clients and friends, we have exceeded our 2011 fundraising goals.  Thank you all for your kind support.”

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