Even More Closed Transactions

Highmark Stadium

This new 3,000 seat sporting event stadium will be the new home to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds professional soccer team and the professional women's football team, the Pittsburgh Passion.

Environmental Charter School Middle School

The Environmental Charter Middle School will be renovating the 60,000 sq. ft. former Rodger School building into a new charter school. It will be used to enroll over 400 students, and achieve a goal of admitting 40 low income students.

Hill District Grocery Store

The Centre Heldman Plaza is a 37,304 gross sq. ft. supermarket anchored retail center on Center Ave. and Heldman Ave. The plaza attracts local/regional retailers leading to more foot traffic into the once distressed community. The project is a part of an urban initiative to revitalize the community.

Lawrenceville Tech Center Expansion

The Regional Industrial Development Corporation is a non-profit organization that focuses on regional economic development. This project will create employment opportunities for local residents and create long-term interest in high-tech careers in neighboring school.

Oak Hill Commons

The Aliquippa Terrace public housing project will be transformed into the Oak Hill Community. Oak Hill Commons is about 25,000 sq. ft., including 21,000 sq. ft. for office use and 3,000 sq. ft. for retail space.

Oliver Building

The historic Henry W. Oliver building will be renovated into office and retail space. The renovation of the 25-story building will feature conference areas, a full lobby, a restaurant and a swimming pool.

Point Park Playhouse

This New Pittsburgh Playhouse will me a modern learning and performing center for downtown Pittsburgh. Over 140,000 sq. ft. of renovated and new space will house three performance venues, a large sound studio and elaborate atrium/gallery.

Tower Two-Sixty

The Tower at Two-Sixty project will result in 143,000 sq. ft. in commercial space in a LEED certified building in Market-Square Downtown. This will include rental space, parking space, hotel space and office space. The main benefit of this project is it will generate 2.1 million onetime additional tax revenue and 4.3 million additional tax revenue.

Wood Street Commons

Wood Street Commons will be renovated into 55,000 sq. ft into commercial office space with over 250 low-income single room residential units. Commercial area will provide an income stream to support the programming and services of the housing segment of the project.

Detective Building

The long vacant detective building will be renovated to 35,000 sq. ft. prime manufacturing and retail space in the East Liberty neighborhood. It will include food, beverage, and retail shops, as well as 300 co-working spaces for startups and new businesses. New taxes generated from this project will be reinvested into other district infrastructure.

Women's Center and Shelter

Originally built as an automobile showroom, the 40,000 sq. foot Greater Pittsburgh woman's shelter will be renovated to provide a more modern space for greater capacity and security. It will be provide an area for WC&S administers and staff to perform nonresidential services and residential services for occupants.