Real Estate Notes
Spatter, Sam, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
- Three tenants have signed leases at a new building for Stoehr Development in Four Coins Drive Business Park, Washington County, according to Gene Galiardi, vice president, Pa. Commerical Real Estate Inc. They are Apria Healthcare Inc., Cactus Wellhead LLC, and Noble Energy Inc. Galiardi is marketing the building with Mark Anderson. Tenants were represented by Gerry McLaughlin of Newmark Grubb Knight and Frank.
- Eastside LP II will seek approval Thursday from the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment for three signs for retailers Pure Barre, Chipotle and Trek at 5956 Penn Circle South, East Liberty. The Korean Central Church, 821 S. Aiken Ave., wants an OK to use a two- story structure at 5415 Howe St., Shadyside, for religious assembly and incidental use. Proposed owner Nathan Morgan wants to use a three-story structure at 2134 E. Carson St., South Side, for four residential units on the second and third floors and an office on the first. Waterford Land Partners LP will seek approval for 31 two- story single-family attached dwellings on Davison Street, Lawrenceville, a hearing continued from Nov. 15.
- Zerrer's Antiques, which was closed for more than a year, has opened at 2703 Penn Ave., Strip District, with John and Maria Zerrer in charge. Lotenero Art + Design, headed by artist Michael Lotenero, is sharing space in the building.
- Clifford Levine of Cohen & Grigsby PC, a Pittsbugh-based law firm, has been appointed by Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald to a position on the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission. The commission is the official transportation planning organization for the region and determines priorities for state and federal transportation funds. …