Hill House Association Confirms Full Occupancy at Centre Heldman Plaza

Five new leases signed for retail outlets in new development

Sep 04, 2013, 15:32 ET from Hill House Association

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hill House Association (HHA) and the Hill House Economic Development Corporation (HHEDC), a 501 (c) 3 community development corporation announce that the 6,800 square feet of retail space in the new Centre Heldman Plaza, adjacent to the Shop 'n Save has been leased and will be fully occupied by early 2014.

Leasing the adjoining spaces are Dollar Bank, Nationwide Insurance, Crazy Mocha Coffee, Subway and Cricket Communications. This is the newest commercial real estate expansion in the Hill District since the opening of the Consol Energy Center in 2010. It is anticipated this development will drive a resurgence of business for the Centre Avenue corridor. 

"We are excited about the opportunity these retailers offer the community," states Cheryl Hall-Russell, CEO and President of the Hill House Association and the Hill House Economic Development Corporation. "These companies have demonstrated a commitment to the Centre Avenue corridor and their presence can be a springboard for further development in the area. Additionally, these new companies complement existing businesses and broaden the offering of convenient services to the neighborhood.  As essential is the addition of an ongoing source of employment for residents."

The official opening of Centre Heldman Plaza along with the Shop 'n Save is expected in October, 2013. 

Hill House Association is a comprehensive community service provider and facilitator that meets the needs of Hill District residents and diverse constituents in the Greater Pittsburgh area.

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The Hill House Association is an independent, nonprofit organization offering a wide range of programs and services to Pittsburgh's Hill District community and surrounding areas. Through its unique, multi-generational service model, dedicated staff and redevelopment efforts, the Hill House continues to positively impact the futures of the residents and communities it serves.

SOURCE Hill House Association