Seasons Greetings from Colliers International | Pittsburgh

From our family at Colliers International | Pittsburgh to yours, we wish everyone a wonderful holiday and very happy new year.

Sources:  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, National Retail Federation, Pittsburgh Business Times

Seasons GreetingsFrom the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Pops concerts of holiday favorites, to dueling theatre shows at the Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s “A Lyrical Christmas Carol” and Pittsburgh CLO’s “A Musical Christmas Carol”, Kennywood Holiday Lights aglow, Downtown Pittsburgh’s European Holiday Market at Market Square, and more, the Holiday weekend is full of activities that the whole family can enjoy together.

Click here for the weekend activities list.

“Pittsburgh has been named a top 10 city in many categories,” said Gregg Broujos, Managing Director & Founding Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh. “Add one more: it’s one of the most beautiful Christmas time cities in the world. From the crèche at the US Steel Building Plaza to the Frick Estate decorations to the ice rink at PPG, it’s hard to imagine a more wonderful holiday setting.”

Market Square offers a variety of new dining and holiday shopping experiences close to several local retailers, as well as the ice skating rink at PPG Place and the cultural district. With many great restaurants and entertainment venues, shoppers can maximize their enjoyment by combining great shopping with fine dining and theatre.

The National Retail Federation reports that hot holiday promotions and a propensity to shop early and often has put American holiday shoppers in a much better place in terms of the amount of shopping they need to cram in these final days. According to NRF’s latest holiday survey conducted by BIGinsight, the average person has completed 56.5 percent of their shopping, up from the 46.5 percent this time last year and the highest percentage in the survey’s 10-year history. Still, just 11.3 percent of Americans say they have completely wrapped up their lists, leaving much shopping left to be done.

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