Law Firm Relocates to Pittsburgh CBD

The law firm first announced plans to move its headquarters back in November 2016. At that time, the site of its new offices—Union Trust Building—was 75 percent leased.

Union Trust Building
Union Trust Building

Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin has moved its Pittsburgh office to the Union Trust Building located in the city’s central business district. The company will occupy the entire seventh floor, which comprises approximately 46,000 square feet and comes with a potential expansion opportunity.The firm is relocating from Pittsburgh’s tallest building, the 34-story U.S. Steel Tower Building.

The firms new office building features amenities such as:

  • fitness center
  • conference room
  • media room
  • auditorium
  • bike storage
  • parking level

Located at 501 Grant St., in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, the property is in close proximity to various parking areas, bus routes, light rail, cycling and taxi stands options. Additionally, FedEx Office Print & Ship Center, Steel Plaza Station, The Tower at PNC Plaza, PPG Paints Arena and various hotels—including Pittsburgh Marriott City Center, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites, Omni William Penn Hotel and Kimpton Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh—are also nearby.

“The new office maximizes space efficiencies and consolidates our 85 employees on one floor with the ability to accommodate future growth,” Scott Dunlop, managing attorney at the firm’s Pittsburgh office, said in prepared remarks. “We remain centrally located to the courts and transportation arteries and look forward to serving our clients from this renowned Pittsburgh architectural landmark.”

The Philadelphia-based law firm entered Pittsburgh market in 1993. The recent relocation puts the company in its third-largest office, which accommodates 85 people. The moved was first announced in November 2016 and according to BizJournals.Com at that time, Union Trust Building was 75 percent leased. Recently, Evoqua Water Technologies signed a 60,000-square-foot office lease in one of the largest buildings in the central business district.

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