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3 Crossings reconnects the Strip District neighborhood to the natural amenities of a revitalized riverfront and Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Trail network. The development represents the transformation of the former trucking yards of Pittsburgh’s past into the sustainable neighborhood of the future.
The Oxford team has worked diligently over the past four years to respond to the neighborhood’s desire to see organic growth versus planned development, and to complement, not compete with, the already strong character of the Strip District. The development embraces the neighborhood’s historic and authentic past as a market district and integrates it with the desired lifestyle of today’s employee, resident, and visitor.
We see the growth of the Strip District as the here and now phase in Pittsburgh’s amazing transformation as a place where you can live, work, and everything else.
75 Hopper Place
75 Hopper Place is the tallest building in 3 Crossings, at 6 stories. 75 Hopper Place is the new world headquarters of GNC.
The Stacks, the adaptive reuse of a former warehouse featuring an open-air plaza, is home to medical technology company Smith + Newphew's US headquarters
Factory 26 is an adaptive reuse of a former warehouse into urban flex space with cargo elevators and a loading dock.
2501 Smallman is the first completed project of 3 Crossings and is the home of Rycon Construction.
2555 Smallman Street puts your business where the action is. Take a walk for breakfast to Kelly O’s Diner, or grab a quick lunch from the Smallman Street Deli.
Riverfront East is the location of Burns White’s new corporate headquarters.
Riverfront West is a true Pittsburgh Strip District experience with great City and River views from private balconies and access to the Riverfront Trail system.
The Yards at 3 Crossings has the "Best Backyard in the 'Burgh" with one acre of green space, dog runs, a pool, and much more.
The Hub is a a 575-space multimodal transportation facility that connects Downtown, the Strip District, and Lawrenceville and provides space for cars, bicycles, and kayaks.
The development team of 3 Crossings is a partnership of Pittsburgh institutions that have planned, designed, and built with a great deal of collaboration. Oxford Development Company has been placemaking throughout our over 50-year history from the creation of neighborhoods to creating community within a high rise. Chuck Hammel of Pitt Ohio Express has been at the forefront of the revitalization of the Strip District making significant investments of time and resources to foster the growth of this one-of-a-kind place. Jeff Kumer of Pittsburgh Wool understands the importance of hard work, history, and the passing of knowledge from generation to generation. And we wouldn’t be anywhere near as successful without the guidance and input of the volunteer team of Strip District Neighbors. We’d like to thank our numerous partners, investors, and consultants. We are grateful that they responded to the vision of 3 Crossings and the future of the Strip District. Collaboration and innovation can be felt throughout every corner of 3 Crossings. We hope you’ll come to see what we mean.