Pittsburgh Retail Space

 

E.V. Bishoff Company specializes in historic buildings in Pittsburgh's central business district where a blend of rich history and modern technology converge in locations close to major shops, restaurants, business services and parking. Neighbors include Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue and the County Court House.

 

 

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Carlyle Ground Floor

 

The Park Building

Situated at 355 Fifth Avenue in the hub of downtown at Fifth & Smithfield, the historic Park Building is the perfect location for your retail business. The Park Building offers a blend of rich history and modern convenience in a location that is close to major Downtown buildings, shops, restaurants, business services and parking. Neighbors include Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue and the County Court House. Park Building is in the heart of the planned re-development of 5th Avenue.

 

Ground Floor space available:

  • 1,200 to 52,000 square feet.

 

Specialized Offerings

 

The Concourse Floor

The Concourse Floor is one of the newest developments of the E.V. Bishoff Company. As a member of the Concourse Floor, with rents starting as low as $350.00 per month, you enjoy many of the attributes of ground floor retailing without the associated expense. Market yourself by locating on the Concourse Floor and enjoy the constant visibility to all who come and go from your building.

The Concourse Floor truly makes Office Leasing Simple and profitable!

 

The Concourse Floor is available in:

Pittsburgh

Cleveland

 

 


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The Investment Building

Located at 239 Fourth Avenue in a prime location adjacent to the PPG Complex and Market Square, the 21 story Investment Building is a high-rise that is also close to the amenities, which make the business day a bit easier to navigate. Neighbors include PPG Complex, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, One Oxford Center, Allegheny County Courthouse and other restaurants, shops and art galleries.

Located just steps away from the T-station and with easy access to parking and public transportation.

 

Ground Floor space available:

  • Currently used and configured as classroom space
  • 8,200 square feet available

 


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The Diamond Building

Conveniently located at the corner of Fifth and Liberty Avenues and steps away from the T-station, the Diamond Building at 100 Fifth Avenue is adjacent to Fifth Avenue Place, Gateway Center and the CNG Tower - and surrounded by restaurants, retail establishments and lodging.

NEW EXTERIOR SIGNAGE PROGRAM!

To qualify for our Premier Exterior Signage Program, your total monthly rent must meet or exceed $2,000.00 per month and your company must have a lease term of one year or greater. If you meet these qualifications, please forward your logo or business name reflecting how you would like your exterior sign to read to mhartley@evbco.com.

Ground Floor space available:

  • 300-6,600 square feet
  • Fully equipped Restaurant - Bar

 

 

 

 

 

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The Pittsburgh Tech Center

The Pittsburgh Tech Center, home of DQE Communication's ultra high security data center operations in downtown Pittsburgh, is unmatched in offering one-stop, secure, cost-effective and convenient retail space, data center and connectivity services.

The Pittsburgh Tech Center is located close to many bus lines, T and parking garages, along with private lease parking available next to the building

 

Ground Floor space available:

  • 200 - 1,000 square feet

 

 

 

The Commonwealth Building

Built in the early 1900s, The Commonwealth Bank Building located at 310 Fourth Avenue is one of the most stately buildings in all of downtown Pittsburgh. An exterior row of Corinthian columns accentuate the entrance to an 8,000 square foot ground floor beautifully complemented with a 20 foot high coffered ceiling. Its a location that speaks volumes to the business that occupies it. Whether you run a financial institution that wants to ride on the coat tails of this legendary ground floor or a creative industry that wants to give your clients a sense of awe as they walk into your office, the Commonwealth Bank Building is the perfect location for your business.

 

Ground Floor space available:

  • 8,000 square feet
  • Located next to The Carlyle

 

 

 

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The Carlyle

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.

 

Ground Floor space available:

  • 5,500 square feet with 20-foot emerald marble columns and hand-painted coffered ceilings