Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald along with officials from the Allegheny County Airport Authority and Continental/Chaska LLC were on hand for the morning event.
Construction is set to begin this fall on Building 210 in the Pittsburgh International Business Park, a joint venture of Continental Real Estate Companies and developer Dick Donley’s Chaska Property Advisors.
Buildings 100 and 110 of Pittsburgh International Business Park are now open and occupied by Service Link, the national lender platform for Fidelity National Financial. Service Link is the first company to lease space in the development.
The nine-month development and construction project was finished on time and Service Link’s move-in was completed in September 2013.
The pace of the Service Link project and leasing success led to prompt approval for a third building, according to county officials.
Officials say its development success is a direct result of the completion of shovel-ready sites and the Cherrington Parkway Extension to Ewing Road in Moon.
The work was completed by the Allegheny County Airport Authority with support from federal, state and local officials.Five to eight office buildings are set to be completed in the future at Pittsburgh International Business Park. The 40-acre site is owned by Allegheny County, leased to the Airport Authority and is being developed in conjunction with the Moon Transportation Authority.