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February 2018

Warehouse Projects Snapping Up Space Along Pittsburgh Airport Corridor

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Saturday February 17, 2018

Warehouse Projects Snapping Up Space Along Pittsburgh Airport Corridor

From Pittsburgh Tribune Live:

“A Cincinnati developer is quickly filling the Clinton Commerce Park with warehouses, hoping to rent them to manufacturers who want to be near Pittsburgh International Airport.

Al. Neyer last year built two warehouses and has plans to build six more, said David Storer, the Allegheny County Airport Authority’s manager for real estate development.

Only one of the buildings has a tenant so far, Chicago-based Berlin Packaging, but the developer is anticipating demand for warehouses in the area now that Southpointe 79 Industrial Park is full and development of the Shell cracker plant in Beaver County is on track, said Christina Cassotis, airport authority CEO.” – Teresa Clift, Pittsburgh Tribune Live

 


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