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Rent Upon Req.1,700 SF
Signalized Access. Pylan Signage Included
Rent Upon Req.2,400 - 9,600 SF
This property fronts Route 286, good commercial/exposure.
$10.40 /sf/year7,500 SF
* FOR LEASE * INDIAN RESTAURANT WITH BUFFET + BANQUET / EVENT SPACE ELEGANT WARM DECOR THROUGHOUT - COMPLETELY REMODELED - REGULAR CLIENTELE ENJOY BUFFET SET-UP WITH SEATING FOR 90+ - BRIGHT REMODELED SPACE - PLENTY OF STORAGE AND KITCHEN AREA WITH 8x30 COOLER ADDITION - EVENT SPACE WITH FULL SERVICE BUFFET AND SEATING FOR 50-60 - SEVERAL OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES - POTENTIAL TO EXPAND INTO AN OUTDOOR DINING SPACE * MONTHLY LEASE $6500 + UTILITIES & TAXES + EQUIPMENT $200K * BUILDING - BUSINESS - EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE $1,600,000
$15.00 /sf/year5,500 SF
The Union National Bank building at 306 Fourth Avenue at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Wood Streets was constructed in 1906. Designed by the architectural firm of MacClure & Spahr, the building displays an austere version of the Classical Revival style, executed in gray granite. MacClure & Spahr was one of the most prominent architectural firms to practice in Pittsburgh during the first two decades of the 20 th century. The adjoining Commonwealth Trust Company building, built simultaneously with the Union National Bank, was later joined with its neighbor. The Fourth Avenue Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, with the Union National Bank building a contributing building within the district.
$15.00 /sf/year500 - 9,700 SF
1st floor of mixed use building with residential unit above. Integral garage parking available at an additional fee.
$18.00 /sf/year10,572 SF
Great Property with excellent visibility located at a traffic signal.
$8.73 /sf/year5,500 SF
The site of the LOFTS has been an integral part of Mt. Washington's urban fabric dating back to 1870 when the original school, the Mt. Washington School, was constructed on the site. After the school was destroyed by fire in 1917, an Art Deco schoolhouse was constructed on the same site in 1931. After Prospect School's closing in 2006, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), the Board of Education - Pittsburgh Public Schools, and the Mt. Washington CDC jointly released an RFP asking developers to submit ideas for transforming this architectural gem into a meaningful new development. The developer, a.m. RODRIGUEZ ASSOCIATES, inc., presented their concept in a public forum in 2010 and was chosen as the developer in 2011. Construction began in May 2013 and the schoolhouse's transformation into the LOFTS of MT WASHINGTON will be completed in the summer of 2014.