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Old May 25th, 2016, 11:45 AM   #1
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The Oxford Development Company announced plans on Thursday May 24, 2012 to build a 33-story 772,000 SF office building at 441 Smithfield St (the building would seek a LEED silver certification). This plan however, is contingent upon procuring an anchor tenant(s). At present Oxford has a 200,000 SF class B office building at 350 Fifth Ave. Oxford's backup plan is to renovate 180,000 SF of this space into class A office space keep 20,000 SF at ground level for retail.
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Pittsburgh developer hires firm to recruit major tenants for proposed office tower
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A Downtown developer said Wednesday it hired a Seattle-based commercial real estate firm to help secure major tenants for a proposed $200 million office tower where construction has been on hold for about three years.

“We felt it was time to expand our reach into several other key markets, and to do so successfully we looked to Colliers International,” said Steven J. Guy, president and CEO of Downtown's Oxford Development.

Oxford announced a plan to build a 33-story, $238 million tower at 350 Fifth Ave. in May 2012. The developer redesigned the project twice. Last year it proposed reducing the height to 20 stories. Early this year, it said the tower would rise 29 stories with eight stories of built-in parking to make the building stand out in the Golden Triangle and give prospective tenants better views.

Oxford said it wants to secure two large tenants before proceeding with construction.

“We have some good prospects for anchor tenants,” spokeswoman Megan Stearman said, declining to offer specifics.

When asked why the project is taking so long to advance, Stearman said the tenants being sought each would use about 150,000 square feet. The tower's plans include 532,000 square feet of office space, 15,000 square feet of retail space and 400 parking spaces.

“They generally have more complex operations to consider moving. They also begin their search for space with a much longer lead time than tenants with smaller space requirements,” Stearman said.

Guy said Colliers International would help market the tower to potential tenants in the energy, technology, finance and government sectors in areas such as northern California, Austin, Boston, New York and Washington.

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Are they building that building or looking for tennants? Where in Pittsburgh.
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Are they building that building or looking for tennants? Where in Pittsburgh.
it is in Allegheny County some where.....near a river
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