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Click the link below to see what the Colliers International | Pittsburgh brokers are saying about the impact of COVID-19 on the Pittsburgh Commercial Real Estate Market.
Above left to right: Paul Horan, Edward Lawrence
On Monday, February 17th, Colliers International | Pittsburgh participated in the quarterly meeting of Pittsburgh Robotics Network in the current offices of Hebi Robotics, the Chocolate Factory in Lawrenceville.
Paul Horan and Edward Lawrence of the Colliers Pittsburgh Office Brokerage Team delivered a comparative overview of the office markets in Pittsburgh, Boston and Silicon Valley. The presentation also included non-real estate factors such as cost of living, crime rate and education, information that was provided by Patty Horvatich and the research team of the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance.
The event was well attended and marks one of the first such events for the relatively newly formed, Pittsburgh Robotics Network.
“The intellectual and creative firepower in the room was remarkable. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence are two areas that are fueling the Pittsburgh economy, stated Lawrence, “The comparative information that we presented demonstrated to the group of attendees that Pittsburgh is well positioned to foster their growth, particularly in areas such as rental and housing costs.”
For more information about the Pittsburgh Robotics Network, please click here.