Category Archives: Landlord Representation

Colliers Pittsburgh Secures the Leasing for Two Pennsylvania Malls

Colliers International | Pittsburgh’s retail team of Mark Anderson and Jonathan Levinson recently secured the listings of two Pennsylvania malls: The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills and Beaver Valley Mall.

In addition to the two malls, Colliers Pittsburgh Retail team will also assist Mason Asset Management with the leasing of 40,000 SF in the Big Lots Center at 7005 Clairton Road in West Mifflin.

After Anderson and Levinson assisted ScareHouse in the process of finding a new home at the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills, Jack Bassal of Mason Asset Management, Inc. felt they would be a great fit to lease additional available space within the two malls.

“Mark and Jon had been a pleasure to work with on our deal with ScareHouse at the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills. They were very transparent on what their clients’ needs were and their dedicated attitude helped make the deal move very smoothly,” stated Bassal,  “It is a pleasure to have them on board working on the landlord side with us and looking forward to their continued success.”

The Galleria in Pittsburgh Mills in Tarentum, PA (736 – 166,000 SF available) and Beaver Valley Mall (175 – 25,000 SF available) both have anchor, in-line and pad space available for lease. These malls include anchor tenants such as Macy’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, JoAnne Fabrics, Boscov’s and JCPenney’s.

Anderson is excited about the opportunity to fill some of the existing vacant suites within the two shopping centers.  “The Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills is a beautiful facility with excellent access and demographics.  Beaver Valley Mall is the epicenter of Beaver County.  With the construction of the Shell Cracker plant Beaver Valley Mall’s position will only improve.”

For more information about availabilities at the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills and Beaver Valley Mall, contact Mark Anderson at marke.anderson@colliers.com or Jonathan Levinson at jonathan.levinson@colliers.com.

Colliers Pittsburgh Office Team Lists 703 Rodi Road for Lease

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Colliers International Pittsburgh’s Office Team of Paul Horan and Edward Lawrence MBA are pleased to bring 703 Rodi Road to market for lease.

Located off I-376 in Penn Hills, 703 Rodi Road is an 80,000 SF, four floor office building that could be utilized as a corporate headquarters building or it could be subdivided for multiple users.  A qualified tenant has the opportunity for prominent signage that is highly visible from I-376 (Parkway East).  There is great access to major highways and nearby amenities from this site.

“Colliers is excited to bring to market such a highly recognizable building,” said Lawrence, “We are confident that the new availability will resonate well with the business community and that activity will be strong.”

For more information about this listing, please contact Paul Horan at 412-515-8525 or Edward Lawrence MBA at 412-515-8526.

To read the full article about 703 Rodi Road, click here.

Paul Horan Serves as Panelist on “Coffee with CoreNet”

CoreNet, an organization with a mix of Corporate Real Estate Executives and service providers, hosts a monthly discussion within their Pittsburgh chapter, “Coffee with CoreNet,” a discussion of current real estate trends in the market.

During this month’s installment of “Coffee with CoreNet”, held yesterday August 18th, our very own Paul Horan (Principal | Office Brokerage) had the opportunity to serve as a panelist and provide his expertise on the current state of the Pittsburgh office market pre and post COVID 19. Horan, a founding member of CoreNet’s Pittsburgh chapter, has over 30 years of commercial real estate experience and specializes in leasing office product, representing both owners and tenants.

Yesterday’s presentation also featured Jeremy Waldrup, President & CEO of Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership as the moderator and Jim Winter, Senior Director of Corporate Services/Commercial Brokerage at Hanna Langholz Wilson Ellis as another panelist.

The discussion centered around the state of the Downtown Pittsburgh commercial real estate market and how working from home is impacting lease structure, rental rates, and marketing efforts.

“Going in to 2020 all of us here at Colliers International | Pittsburgh were positive about the market,” stated Horan, “Our team was projecting a lot of transactions and thankfully during the first quarter, we were able to successfully conclude a number of those.”

While leasing in submarkets such as the Central Business District have slowed, opportunities have emerged in suburban office submarkets.

“Companies that have a major presence in town have the opportunity to turn to suburban satellite offices, so employees do not have to rely on public transportation or sharing an elevator,” said Horan.

These trends coincide with what tenants are looking for during a time when a majority of their employees continue to work from home. However, Horan does not see this as a permanent trend and believes Pittsburgh’s CBD will bounce back, “Long term, Pittsburgh should fare well based on the diverse drivers of our economy continuing to flourish.”

To view this month’s full installment of “Coffee with CoreNet”, please click here.

For more information on CoreNet, please click here.

COVID-19 Impact on Pittsburgh Commercial Real Estate

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.

COVID-19 Impact on Pittsburgh Commercial Real Estate