Savage & Associates Advocate + Advisor + Ally
Savage & Associates is not a traditional law firm. We do not have a grand lobby. We do not hire hordes of associates. There are no box seats at Lincoln Financial Field to give away. And we’re good with that. As a small boutique firm, what we have to offer clients is actually of much greater value.
We use simple fixed fee billing. No hourly rates, no surprises. We do this because it allows us to stay on budget and keeps our incentives aligned with yours. We invest in clients over the long term and bill in a way that is clear and sustainable.
What good does it do to have a fancy lawyer, if you can’t get her to return your phone call? There are no barriers to access here or dial tones after 5:00 pm on Friday. As a client of this firm, you will have multiple ways to reach out when you need us—whenever you need us.
We offer a rare combination of Big Law training and real-world experience. Because we understand the unique challenges of operating in communities in need of redevelopment, we don’t rely on textbook or “this-is-the-way-it’s-always-done” templates. Every client is different. Every project is different. Every solution is tailored.
Got time for lectures about difficulties and roadblocks? Neither do we. Economic development deals come with complications, so clients need attorneys who are committed to seeing it through to the end. When obstacles arise, we don’t dwell. We just figure out another way to make it work.
- 7800 Susquehanna Street
Te goal of the project is to repurpose a 156,000 square foot underutilized commercial asset into a platfrom for economic renewal. Te developer - Bridgeway Capital - aim to help 7800 regain its position as an economic and cultural hub of a revitalized Homewood community.
- 201 Stanwix Street
This is a mixed use building in the core of the City of Pittsburgh’s Central Business District. 78,000 sq. f. of the 1st ﬂoor of the building are leased to a charter school. The total cost was $38,700,000 with a PUI allocation of $7,000,000.