Hanna Langholz Wilson Ellis recently represented Family House in the sale of the non-profit organization’s 514 N. Neville Street facility in North Oakland. The purchasing entity was Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children (WPSBC), who plans to utilize the facility to further their mission of nurturing the unique abilities of individuals with blindness and visual impairment through educational excellence and a lifetime of learning.
Do you want to be a Ninja Warrior? Soon, you can visit the new location of Steel City Ninja along Babcock Boulevard in Ross Township (5439 Babcock Blvd).
On behalf of McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, and in partnership with Landmark Commercial Realty (“Landmark”), Hanna Langholz Wilson Ellis (“HLWE”) is pleased to announce its involvement in the finalization of a lease at One Oxford Centre in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Of the transaction, Meagan said, “I am proud to be a part of Philadelphia-based Primo Hoagies' expansion into the cultural district of the Pittsburgh market.
Norman Centre II has welcomed two new tenants; Piada Italian Street Food and Eyeglass World. These two new tenants join existing neighbors Louis Anthony Jewelers, The Pie Shop, Highmark Direct, Don’s Appliances, Model Cleaners, Wild Birds, Fleet Feet and Berkshire Hathaway.
“With this transaction, Print Tech is nearly doubling its size,” said Donald F. Smith, Jr., RIDC President. “We are happy to support our long-time tenant’s growth and move towards more efficient operations.”
TriState Capital Bank, a commercial and private bank that serves middle-market businesses, has expanded its footprint in the Pittsburgh CBD with the leasing of its expansion space at 11 Stanwix Street.
The building was extremely unique, having such amenities as a three-story window wall in its conference room overlooking the Southpointe Country Club, high-end finishes such as polished granite floors, wood-paneled walls, and coffered ceilings.
HannaLWE has been hired by the Board of Directors at Citizens General to find a new owner for the property. Located in a Federal Qualified Opportunity Zone, the 239,408 SF building sits on 2.1 acres in the heart of New Kensington.
In 2005 at a little league baseball game, a group of physicians approached Gary Wilson with their desire to build a surgery center within a midrise office building near their home in Fox Chapel...
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