Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Developer to Offer Office Space in Warehouse on Smallman Street near Produce Terminal

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Developer to Offer Office Space in Warehouse on Smallman Street near Produce Terminal

Article excerpt

A Chicago developer has set its vision for a nearly vacant warehouse across Smallman Street from the Strip District's produce terminal.

McCaffery Interests has started the marketing for up to 140,000 square feet of office space in what it has dubbed 1600 Smallman. The Jones Lang LaSalle real estate firm is marketing the building.

The developer has an option to purchase the four-story property, which is vacant except for a costume shop and a fitness facility.

McCaffery plans to revitalize the building in conjunction with its work on the produce terminal, a Strip landmark that the developer intends to redevelop under an agreement with the city.

Jason Stewart, the Jones Lang LaSalle executive vice president who is marketing the property, said McCaffery is considering expanding the 1600 Smallman building to provide more office space. …

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