Where Innovation Happens Daily

The Strip District has long been home to the City’s creative economy with design-based, locally owned shops, galleries, studios, and professional service firms connecting the main streets of the Strip District and Lawrenceville.  Today, this innovation industry is expanding to include all manner of technology firms from robotics and telecommunications to software and medical diagnostics.

A green tech cluster anchored by Uber’s R&D center, and the CMU Robotics Institute, has also emerged in this collaborative corridor. Whether it’s Astrobotics sending something to the moon, or a new technology to harness wind power developed by WindStax, or Burns White’s protection of companies through cyber security knowledge, innovation happens daily.

3 Crossings Urban Flex office product combines flexibility and operational efficiency with quality urban design and amenities that are desired by today’s workforce. This four building riverfront office campus provides an open plan design, exposed high ceilings, and abundant natural light in a truly authentic neighborhood which has evolved from industrial past, through creative class, to a corporate destination.

  • 375,000
    RSF Office Space

    Waterfront office campus and urban flex space provides opportunity for open plan design, exposed ceilings and abundant natural daylighting

  • Urban Flex
    Adaptable Design

    Flexibility and operational efficiency are combined with quality urban design and amenities

  • 1,200
    Parking Spaces

    Surface and garage parking located on-site of The Offices as well as in The Hub, a multimodal transportation facility.


Leasing Now

Suites from 2,500 SF and up available as early as 2016. Contact Joe Tosi, Vice President, Oxford Realty Services at 412.261.0200 ext. 3471 or via email.

The Hub

The Hub at 3 Crossings will connect Downtown, the Strip District, and Lawrenceville and provide space for cars, bicycles and kayaks.

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