LG Realty Advisors Unveils Plans for $50M Office, Retail Project in Pittsburgh


Construction of Phase I of Liberty East in Pittsburgh is slated to begin this summer.

PITTSBURGH — LG Realty Advisors, a privately held development and management firm, has unveiled plans for Liberty East, a $50 million office and retail project in Pittsburgh. Liberty East, which is a redevelopment of the nine-story Penn Plaza building, will ultimately house 246,000 square feet of Class A office space with a 50,000-square-foot retail space on the ground floor that will be occupied by Whole Foods Market. The development will also include an additional 4,600 square feet of retail space and 700 parking spaces. Construction of Phase I of the project, which also includes a $1 million contribution to the upgrading of nearby Enright Park, is expected to begin this summer and wrap up in summer 2021.

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