Piatt Place

Project Type(s): Historic Rehabilitation and Mixed-Use

Project Year: 2014

CDE(s): Commonwealth Cornerstone (State of PA) and Pittsburgh Urban Initiatives

NMTC amount: $11,480,000

Total Project Costs: $95,745,269

Piatt Place (formerly Lazarus Department Store) was a 265,000 squarefoot vacant department store in downtown Pittsburgh. The premises were built in 1998 as a downtown shopping location by Federated Corporate Services. The building is located at the corner of 5th Avenue and Wood Street, a major thoroughfare in the city’s central business district. The Piatt Place building received the 1999 AIA Georgia Design. The project created an estimated 489 jobs.

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Address: 260 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA

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