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Developer Breaks Ground on 90,000 SF Innovation Pointe

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Thursday December 6, 2018

Developer Breaks Ground on 90,000 SF Innovation Pointe

From Pittsburgh Tribune Live:

Developers broke ground recently on a 90,000-square-foot “speculative” office development in Marshall Township.

Innovation Pointe, an $18 million project in the Allegheny County Regional Industrial Development Authority’s Innovation Ridge campus, will be located on 9 acres surrounded by woods at the property’s highest point.

A groundbreaking was held on Dec. 6.

Developers say the project is being designed with “a significant attention to the environment.”

The RIDC, which owns the Innovation Ridge technology and office park, has set aside half of the campus’ 223 acres for conservation areas, green space, forested areas and landscaped buffer zones.

The project is being designed by Cincinnati, Ohio-based Al. Neyer, which also will serve as the construction managers.

To address environmental concerns, they will create a grading plan that preserve wetlands and slopes and includes a recreational trail through the site.

“This is a terrific site for a corporate headquarters or office center,” said Bob Randall, president of Innovation Center Associates. “I am confident that it will attract first class companies that care to provide their team members with a quality place and space to work.”

Click here to read more on this story by Tony Larussa In Pittsburgh Tribune Live.


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