Pittsburgh Yards Development Updates Shared In September 2019 Newsletter
Pittsburgh Yards® Construction Updates
In September, roads within the Pittsburgh Yards development will continue to be paved, concrete will be installed around the building and roofing on the North tower will be complete, allowing interior drywalling and painting to take place below. Doors and light fixtures will also be hung, HVAC and electrical work will continue and grading along University Avenue will take place.
Pad Site Opportunities
With the first phase of construction nearing completion, Pittsburgh Yards will begin ground leasing six pad sites that range in size from 0.46 to 1.83 acres. Though Pittsburgh Yards currently has a Light Industrial (I1) designation, it will eventually be rezoned for Industrial Mixed Use (I-Mix). These prime sites are ideal for businesses and other community-focused entities who wish to construct their own buildings on pad-ready sites.
Property management firm Stream Realty is now hiring for a community manager and property manager for Pittsburgh Yards. Visit the opportunities section of the website to learn more about these two positions and other employment opportunities—and please share with any neighbors who may be interested!
September Community Meeting
This and every month, you’re invited to attend the monthly Pittsburgh Yards community engagement meeting. Discussion topics include local hiring, supporting the success of local entrepreneurs, incorporating environmental sustainability and integrating community history and art.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
Weekly Hard Hat Tours
Join us every Thursday for a behind-the-scenes hard hat tour. Our team will share the history of the site, the mission of Pittsburgh Yards and take you inside The Nia Building™. RSVP is required by calling or texting James Harris at 404-862-5858.
Once complete, the Pittsburgh Yards development will be a commercial, recreational and community anchor that offers living-wage employment, long-term career and entrepreneurship opportunities for residents in and around Adair Park, Capitol Gateway, Mechanicsville, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh and Summerhill—known collectively as Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V).