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Thu, 07/20/2017 - 1:36pm

Reaching the Real Estate Consumer; An Ever-Changing Digital Experience

Article by Charles "Chic" Noll

The June NAIOP meeting featured a thought provoking discussion led by Kristi Woolsey of MAYA Design (a BCG company) in Pittsburgh. She is the lead for the Creative Design team at MAYA. She titles her discussion “Real Estate in our Digital Future: Behavioral and Technology trends that will drive your markets”. But the ideas and thought coming from this discussion will certainly impact many more professions than just the real estate community.

Thu, 06/01/2017 - 12:14pm

A Message to the Future NAIOP Pittsburgh #DevelopingLeader: What are you waiting for? #getoffyourassets

Written by Nate Phillips

 

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 1:24pm

Hayden Receives Trailblazer Award

Thursday, May 18, 2017, the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce, based in Sharon, recognized our firm’s President, Greer Hayden, with its inaugural Trailblazer Award.

Hayden has been with the firm for 42 years, and became President in 2000.  Established in 1953, HHSDR is celebrating 64 years of successful design practice.  Since 2006, the Pennsylvania Builders Exchange has ranked HHSDR as the leading design firm in its region, by project volume.

Sat, 05/13/2017 - 2:59pm

Pittsburgh Real Estate Update - Spring 2017

Authored by Charles "Chic" Noll

When you hear the words Pittsburgh Real Estate Update, we expect to hear the usual conversation about a cap that seems to be on the growth of Central Business District rent rates or how development at Southpointe or the airport corridor is sluggish, but that was not the case when three of Pittsburgh’s seasoned real estate executives took the stage on March 17, 2017, to update NAIOP Pittsburgh’s membership.

Sat, 05/13/2017 - 2:55pm

RIDC & NAIOP Collaborate For Development

Authored by Charles "Chic" Noll

The RIDC would like to assist NAIOP Pittsburgh and its membership in serving as a clearinghouse for the concerns that face developers in the region. Just as important, to follow up on these concerns with valuable and worthwhile research to bring light to the many barriers associated with how and why potential development can get sidetracked. With the RIDC’s years of experience developing some of the toughest sites in the region, there can be no better supporter of such an effort.

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