100 Ross St

100 Ross St Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jan 24, 2024


  • 100 Ross Street is a 5-story Office building located in Downtown Pittsburgh.
  • Elevators side of building built in 1925, older side of building built pre-1900.
  • Roofs replaced: elevator side - 2018. Stair towers, penthouse and elevator tower - 2014. Older side - 2009. All warranties are available.
  • Elevator replaced in 2006. Manual elevator replaced with automatic hydraulic.
  • Font awning replaced in 2013
  • LED lighting installed throughout building in 2018.
  • Exposed aggregated sidewalk installed in 2013 and sealed yearly.


SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors is pleased to present this rare opportunity to purchase a 5-story office building, in Downtown Pittsburgh. It offers an attractive combination of in-place revenues, strong tenant roster and a tremendous upside for the future owner.

100 Ross Street is an office building comprised of 53,056 SF with street retail along the corner of Ross Street and First Avenue, with visibility to Grant Street and Boulevard of the Allies in Downtown Pittsburgh. Its ideal location offers access to and from the city via I-376 E, I-376 W, I-279 N, and the Smithfield Street Bridge and it is within walking distance to Market Square, Station Square, and the Cultural District.

SVN | Three Rivers Commercial Advisors is pleased to present this unique CBD investment opportunity.

Building Size: 53242sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.23 acres


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