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PITTSBURGH | Development Rundown III

Welcome to the Pittsburgh development thread! Major new projects will be added as they are announced. Thank you for viewing.


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$1.1 billion Pittsburgh International Airport modernization project

Watch this 2.5 minute video for the full explanation of the changes to be made.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyXfUXBVg9Y












Lumiere - Downtown
Mixed use building by Millcraft Investments - 70 condos, 30,000 sq ft retail space, 582 car garage, rooftop deck








9th & Penn proposal - Mixed use downtown development by The Davis Companies - $175 million mixed-use development would include up to 185 high-end condominiums, 30,000 square feet of street-level retail, and a new 935-space garage.






Union Trust Building - Downtown - $100 million renovation by The Davis Companies (Completed)




Eighth & Penn - Downtown - Trek Development - $46 million reuse of two vacant 19th century eight-story office buildings as well as the construction of an 11-story addition. Under Construction.










Kaufmann Department Store redevelopment - Downtown - Core Realty - Retail, hospitality (160 room Even Hotel), multifamily and office space.




Former Frank & Seder Department Store downtown - The Icon on Smithfield - Stark Enterprises - State of the art retail and office rehab.



Finished product will look something along the lines of this:




Mon Wharf Switchback - Bicycle/pedestrian ramp connecting Mon Wharf to the Smithfield Street Bridge.







Fairfield Inn - Downtown




Distrikt Hotel downtown (Former Salvation Army)



Rooftop view






632-634 Fort Duquesne Boulevard - Mark Cuban/Walnut Capital
$30 million project, which will feature 76 apartments on floors six through nine and offices, possibly in the form of co-working space, on floors two through five.




Point Park Playhouse - Performing arts venue for Point State University




Tower Two Sixty - Completed




Tower at PNC Plaza - Completed



Bjarke Ingels Group mixed use proposal for Lower Hill District site; Formerly Civic Arena - $500+ million; 1,200 residences and over 1 million square feet of retail space and office space, reconnecting the wider Hill District with the downtown core by reinstating the city's road grid, overlaid with a series of pedestrian footpaths, public plazas and green spaces.










Highway cap over crosstown boulevard (579) between downtown and the Hill District. $26 million. Funding in place with a $19 million federal grant.




Station Square residential development - Forest City Realty - $60 million development will feature 319 apartments in two five-story buildings, one with a six-story wing connected by a pedestrian bridge. A 340-space parking garage will be built underneath the complex.






The Terminal Building - Southside - Mixed use development - 800,000 sq ft








Southside Works - Highwood properties office building - 107,000 sq ft




Riviera - South Oakland - New office building in the Pittsburgh Technology Center (PTC)



Hotel Indigo - South Oakland - PTC




Carnegie Science Center addition - Northshore - $34.5 million






Rivers Casino hotel - Northshore - $35 million




Northshore office building, SAP Ariba software to be anchor tenant - Northshore - $23 million




Garden Theater block mixed use building - Central Northside, North Avenue - Trek Development - 72 apartments




Garden Theater block - Alphabet City renovation - Complete - Apartments on upper floors, Restaurant Casellula/City of Asylum bookstore featuring books of writers living in asylum.






Workingman's Saving Bank (Designed by Daniel Burnham in 1901) redevelopment - Central Northside, East Ohio Street - October Development - $20 million Rehab of old bank bldg into banquet space on 1st floor and brewpub with skyline view on roof; 6 story hotel next door; 3 story apartment building.






AC Hotel - Strip District




Uber Advanced Technologies Research Lab (Autonomous vehicles) - Strip District













Uber autonomous car test track - Hazelwood




3 Crossings - Mixed use development on 16 acres - $130 million - 4 office buildings (375,000 sq ft) Tenants include Apple; Argo AI; Bosch; Burns White law firm; Rycon Construction; 300 unit apartment building;












Cochran Audi dealership - Strip District




Riverfront Landing - Strip District - 1st phase of $450 million mixed use development - over 750 units of housing, plus retail and office space, on 37 acres of prime Allegheny riverfront






Produce Terminal - Strip District - $63 million proposal to rehab this 1,400+ ft long former produce distribution terminal into retail and office space.










1600 Smallman Street - Strip District - Mixed use, 1st floor retail upper floors office






Waterfront Place townhomes - Strip District - 46 townhomes Between Produce Terminal & Allegheny River




21st & Smallman St (Former Ayoob warehouse) - Strip District - 420,000-square-feet development that would include 380,000 square feet of office space, 40,000 square feet of retail, and a 1,000-space parking garage.




District 15 - Strip District - Office building




Arsenal Terminal development - Lawrenceville - 12.75 acres - 625 apartments and townhouses and retail.






Tech Mill 41 - Lawrenceville - Fort Willow Developers & Walnut Capital - The $12 million office building next to The Foundry at 41st.





Foundry at 41st - Complete - $35 million, 182 apartments




Tech Forge on 47th - Lawrenceville - $20 million - office space for robotics companies




Tryp Hotel by Wyndham rehab - Lawrenceville - 107 rooms




Tons of rehabbing of historic homes and new construction infill all over Lawrenceville. An example of renovation of old townhouses:



Example of modern infill in the neighborhood:




Penn Mathilda apartment building - Garfield - Completed




Penn Highland Building - East Liberty - 15,000 sq ft retail, 78 apartments




Bakery Square 2.0 - East Liberty - Office; Apartment buildings; Townhouses. 215,000 sq ft office building, primariy leased by Google and connected to the Nabisco Factory which is also leased by Google.














East Liberty Centre - Office with 1st floor retail




Penn Plaza mixed use development - East Liberty - Details are not finalized but the plan originally was to include 200 apartments, 12,000 sq ft office in 1st phase, a Whole Foods and 580 parking spaces








Coda on Centre - East Liberty - 172 apartments




Ollie at Baumhaus - Friendship - 127 apartments built by Vitmore.






Forward Square - Squirrel Hill - $50 million - 125 apartments and 3 retail spaces




2700 Murray - Squirrel Hill - 39 condos







Squirrel Hill Gateway Lofts - 33 units of affordable housing



UPMC - Announced in November of 2017 that they will invest $2 billion to build 3 new hospitals in the city. These are preliminary drawings released - Final designs subject to change.

UPMC Heart & Transplant Hospital in Oakland - 15 story, 620 beds



UPMC Vision and Rehabilitation Hospital, 300,000 sq ft - Uptown



UPMC Hillman Cancer Hospital at UPMC Shadyside, 240,000 sq ft patient tower and 160,000 sq ft outpatient center.




Skyvue apartment building - Oakland - 389 apartments - Completed





Residence Inn - Oakland - Next to Skyvue on the right side is this 144 bed hotel.






3407 Forbes Avenue - Oakland - 137 apartments - $25 million






The Oaklander hotel - Oakland - 167 room hotel




The Bridge on Forbes - Oakland - 197 Apartments




The Empire - Oakland - $106 million - 723 apartments, 10,000 sq ft retail






Carnegie Mellon University construction projects - Oakland

Cohon University Center










CMU - Ansys building - Made possible with a donation from Ansys




CMU - TCS building - Made possible with a $35 million donation from Tata Consultancy Services










CMU - Tepper Quad - 315,000 sq ft - Named for the donations of Pittsburgh born and raised and educated David Tepper, founder of Appaloosa Management.








ALMONO site - Hazelwood - 1 billion+ massive mixed use development, 5 million sq ft





Mill 19 - Hazelwood - The renovation on the ALMONO site of an existing 190,000 sq ft mill building into a unique light industrial/R&D space.












City's Edge - Uptown - Mixed use, 106 apartments; 15,000 sq ft retail; 439 space garage (It's right next to PPG Paints Arena)






Flats on Fifth - Uptown - 74 apartments - Complete




Royal Dutch Shell new ethane cracker plant (taking advantage of the Marcellus shale in the Pittsburgh area) - 35 miles Northwest along I-376W - Potter Twp, Beaver County - $6 billion plant - 6,000 temporary construction jobs, to peak in summer of 2019 after that 600 permanent jobs.







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Pittsburgh Rundown III

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Last edited by Austinlee; Dec 9, 2017 at 10:47 PM.
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