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Premium executive office suites available to rent with a mix of solutions provided. Secretarial support, conference room, maintenance, security and communications systems.
This stunning office building is conveniently situated in Pittsburgh, on 5th Avenue. Close to Duquesne University. More info
Four star office space benefiting from a professional image, furnished to a high standard and enjoying a host of features. Friendly reception team, secretarial support, communications systems, on site parking, 24 hour access, board rooms and lounge areas.
Outstanding skyscraper office building prominently located in Downtown Pittsburgh, close to a host of local amenities. More info
Do you need meeting rooms for when you need to conduct project planning, or discuss requirements with clients,, a shared office space or virtual office services to help reduce costs and allow remote working? Then look no further than this Pittsburgh office space on Holiday Dr. Amenities are excellent, with the following on offer: office temperature and interior environment control with excellent air conditioning systems; and an on-site designated parking area for your office.
An ideal office location on Holiday Dr, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. More info
High standard professional executive suites are available for rent at this prominent workplace location. The center offers staffed reception and administrative services, 24/7 building accessibility and virtual office solutions. Office space is available on flexible terms.
This impressive office center is ideally located close to Highway 22 and Interstate 376, with easy access to Downtown... More info
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Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania and its metropolitan area is the twentieth largest in the United States with more than 2.6 million people. The city is known as 'Steel City', a result of its strong connections to the steel industry and the presence of hundreds of steel-related companies. In addition to steel, Pittsburgh's other major traditional industries have included aluminum, appliances, automotive, computing, electronics and appliances, and transportation. The city has increasingly turned to high technology, biomedical technology and health care, tourism, retail, finance, education, services and other sectors as steel and electronics industries have declined. With more than 400 bridges, Pittsburgh is also known as 'the City of Bridges'. Sitting at the confluence of the Monongahela and Allegheny Rivers, the downtown skyline is among the most beautiful in the country. The city is often listed as one of the most liveable cities, including by Forbes magazine and The Economist. It is also recognised as a top travel destination thanks to its array of cultural attractions.