October 25th, 2016
E.V. Bishoff Company Bringing Micro Data Center to Downtown Pittsburgh
322 Fourth Ave., will undergo change to offer smaller and affordable data center space to accommodate midsize businesses
Pittsburgh – E.V. Bishoff Company is happy to announce the Pittsburgh Tech Center, 322 Fourth Ave. in downtown Pittsburgh, will undergo renovations to offer a new Micro Data Center geared for the mid-size business. The new space will offer sizes of 100SF to 4500SF of personalized data center caged space.
“Our Micro Data centers are the perfect solution for any data center operator that wants more control of their data center,” David Bishoff, president of E.V. Bishoff Company said. “By creating a completely neutral environment in which we provide all of the facility needs and allow the operator to determine how to best handle their managed service and network needs. Whenever the data center operator can be in control they win. We are bringing that control back to the data center o...
August 8th, 2016
E.V. Bishoff Company Introduces its Corporate Neighbor Program
New Program will focus on assisting neighboring corporations with back office needs, project space, parking, and data center use
Columbus, Ohio – E.V. Bishoff Company is proud to bring it Corporate Neighbor Program to Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The program is designed to support its surrounding Corporate Neighbors with a myriad of facility related needs including, employee outplacement, data center, parking, back office needs, call centers, file storage, war rooms and project space.
“For 35 years we have quietly serviced the needs of our Corporate Neighbors,” David Bishoff, president of E.V. Bishoff, said. “As we have grown and as our ability to service our neighbor’s facility needs have grown, this side of the business has become increasingly important to us.”
The Corporate Neighbor Program leverages all of EV Bishoff Company’s downtown office holdings in Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh to...
August 1st, 2016
Downtown Dining Operators Enjoy Greater Success with More Accommodating Business Hours
By Mike Vannest
The downtown Gay St. Shopping District has seen a number of new dining options open and close during the last five years. While some have closed down, the majority have succeeded. The one common denominator for those businesses that have succeeded are longer hours and extended menus to accommodate the lunch, happy hour, dinner and late night crowd. While the common denominator for the ones that closed are the opposite.
“In a quickly evolving 18 hour city like Columbus, those operators that evolve with it and offer an expanded menus and hours , thrive while the old school, lunch only operators tend to fail.” David Bishoff, president of E.V. Bishoff Company said.
Since 2000, a number of dining options have opened their doors on Gay St., including Due Amici (2003), Tip Top (2007) and most recently Oliver’s on Lynn (2014). Each has thrived in the Gay St. area. In ke...
June 14th, 2016
by Sabina Landis,
Account Executive/Relationship Manager
E.V. Bishoff Company
1. Location and proximity to your clients: Location is probably the most important factor you should consider while searching for your office space. This is the first thing you should determine before starting your search. If you want the vibe, action and walkability of a Downtown location then it makes no sense to waste your time looking at the suburbs. It also is important to consider whether your clients and employees are able to get to your office fairly easy. Whether you are going to provide parking for them or not they should have multiple options available. Being in close proximity to your potential clients is equally important. It may not be a major factor for an online business, but for a lobbying company or a law firm, for example, being close to their potential clients or court house would be beneficial.
2. Price is another significant factor. If you like the space, but kno...