Prime Market Square Office Space

20 Market Sq Pittsburgh, PA 15222

FOR LEASE
Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Apr 07, 2021

Highlights

  • Pittsburgh's Market Sq Prime Location
  • Office views looking over Market Sq
  • Walking distance to dining, shopping, and nightlife

Description

Prime Office Space for lease in Market Square, the heart of Pittsburgh's Historic Business District with a spectacular view looking down at Market Square from the Second and Third floor. Walking distance from some of the area’s best fine dining, boutique shopping, nightlife, sporting events, and cultural destinations – all just steps from the property.

Second Floor Office Space- 1,943 SF

Two private master offices with large windows overlooking Market Sq. (180sf) and (153sf)
Four smaller private offices: (132sf), (108sf), (88sf), and (120sf)
Large open floor space: (cubical area 974sf)
Men and Women Restroom

Third Floor Office Space- 938 SF

Large 938 SF Open Space with large windows overlooking Market Sq



The property is located above the Historic Market Sq Oyster House and Ground Zero of CBD.

Building Size: 2880sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0 acres

Units for Lease

20 Market SQ
Space Available: 2880 SF
Lease Type: Modified Gross

Map of 20 Market Sq, Pittsburgh, PA, 15222

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