Colliers International | Pittsburgh Represents Big Heart Pet Brands in Prominent North Shore Sublease
There is a new sublease opportunity in town, one with an iconic riverfront address and prominent signage opportunity that everyone south of the Allegheny can see. The former Big Heart Pet Brand space at 375 North Shore Drive offers 103,747 square feet of Class A office space with a training/meeting facility, full fitness center with locker rooms, and a high end dining area. The views of the Point, Allegheny River and Heinz Field aren’t so bad, either.
“As market conditions remain extremely tight, large blocks of Class A space are limited in the downtown and greater downtown Class A office market,” Paul Horan, Founding Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh explains.
The sublease, ending January 31, 2021, includes three full floors (2nd-4th) totaling 98,000 square feet and 5,747 square feet on the fifth floor. Two parking spaces per 1,000 square feet leased are available along with a number of parking and public transit options within walking distance of the building.
Ed Lawrence, Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh continues, “The opportunity at 375 North Shore is a unique and rare solution for sizable tenants, as it provides the potential for prominent exterior signage and world class views of our beautiful city while offering existing upscale furniture and abundant parking.”
If you’re still not convinced, several entertainment facilities, hotels, bars and restaurants surround the building, including Burgatory, which opened directly across the street.
Sources: American Cancer Society
Colliers International | Pittsburgh employees walked to end breast cancer Saturday, October 12th as third-time participants of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k. The scenic walk started in front of Stage AE and looped around to the North Shore trail along the Allegheny River. The Colliers International | Pittsburgh team raised over $1,300 for breast cancer prevention, recovery and research.
Jessica Jarosz, Vice President of Tenant Advisory Services at Colliers International | Pittsburgh, led the Colliers International | Pittsburgh team and encouraged employees to participate.
“As the team leader for our company in its third consecutive year participating in the Making Strides for Breast Cancer 5K walk, I am gratified to state that we raised over $1,300 to help support the fight against breast cancer,” Jarosz said. “Together we can make a difference, and I truly believe that saving lives starts with one team, one walker and one dollar at a time.”