Fort Willow Developers has landed its first tenant for its speculative office development, TechMill 41 in Lawrenceville. The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation has committed to taking 17,000 square feet on the new building’s third floor for a long-term lease.
The history of 4001 Willow Street, Alex Simakas’s Lawrenceville property, impressed him so much that he decided to preserve some of its industrial attributes when building the Foundry at 41st and the coming Tech Mill 41 office space next door.
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This video captures the groundbreaking ceremony at The Foundry at 41st Apartments with Mayor Bill Peduto sharing a few words about the project.
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A $35 million housing development in Lawrenceville will have a football field-length public plaza under the steel frame of a former industrial building.
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Alex Simakas owns a large piece of property in a dense city neighborhood that is seeing some of Pittsburgh’s fastest rising housing values.
It’s a combination of factors leading Simakas and his partners, working as Fort Willow Developers, to begin planning to redevelop what is now an old 120,000-square-foot industrial building outfitted with 10 cranes and some accompanying open land into a new master planned project in the heart of Lawrenceville.