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Sharpsburg Business Park maximizes site plan through innovative space reinvention

Sharpsburg Business Park

Located in an Enterprise Zone, along the 23rd St. Extension near Route 28  and the Highland Park Bridge, and just 7 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Sharpsburg Business Park features two (2) newly renovated buildings, which total 147,775-square-feet of flex/office space. Extensive renovation efforts created this business campus, which offers parking directly adjacent to both buildings, as well as loading dock access.

Building A offers 101,828 SF, subdividable to 10,000 SF suites.  Building B is fully leased.  Building shell renovations are complete.

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Colliers International Launches National Student Housing Practice Group as Student Housing Expansion Demands Grow

Sources: Colliers International National Student Housing Practice Group, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Essential Public Media

Colliers International has launched a National Student Housing Practice Group, specializing in representing clients in the sale of quality student housing assets. The Student Housing Group of Colliers International is one of the most experienced student brokerage teams in the country specializing in large, bed-basis or by-the-unit leased student housing properties.

“The launch of the National Student Housing Practice Group by Colliers International is yet another example of our ability to quickly move to help our clients as various industry sectors become more active,” said Gregg Broujos, Managing Director & Founding Principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.  “As with all of our national practice groups, our clients can rely on our local knowledge and national reach to further their real estate objectives.” Read the rest of this entry

The Pittsburgh Market: 2011 Accolades and 2012 Honors

Sources:  National Geographic TravelerFinancial Times, The Farmers Insurance Group of Companies, Travel + Leisure Magazine, 2011 Mercer Quality of Life Ranking, Politico.com, Allegheny Conference, Washington Post

Whether Pittsburgh is being recognized by Forbes.com as Americas Most Livable City, paid tribute in the Financial Times ft.com Rust Belt video feature for emerging  as one of the most robust and dynamic economies in the country, or being honored as the Most Secure Place to Live in the USA by the Farmers Insurance Group of Companies, home to one of the safest airports in the United States by Travel + Leisure Magazine or rated Among Top 50 Cities For Quality of Life Around the World by the 2011 Mercer Quality of Life Ranking, the proof is in the pudding, Pittsburgh is a great place to live, work and play.

“Starting with the great Mayor Richard Caliguiri’s incredible vision of Pittsburgh’s Renaissance plan, Pittsburgh has completely transformed itself from a smoky (but friendly) industrial capital to a world class city featuring an incredible standard of living; constantly-improving natural resources and river landscape; diverse and strengthening economic drivers; and population growth and low unemployment,” said Gregg Broujos, managing director and founding principal at Colliers International | Pittsburgh.  “Pittsburgh’s high tech, banking, financial services, healthcare and manufacturing firms, as well as our world-renowned universities, have combined to make our region a premier city.”

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