Oxford’s Second Annual Corporate Responsibility Report

We’re delighted to share our annual report on sustainability, wellness, and diversity, equity, and inclusion for 2022. In 2020, we created a corporate responsibility framework to investigate current business practices at all levels and build better processes that will ultimately expand business networks, create more innovative and inclusive projects, and increase productivity and performance. Last…

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Oxford Releases First Annual Corporate Responsibility Report

We’re proud to release our first-ever Corporate Responsibility Report. Starting in 2020, we created a corporate responsibility framework to incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion, sustainability, and employee wellness as well as created working groups to address each focus. In this report, we lay out goals, successes, and challenges to begin to benchmark our efforts to…

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Oxford Development Achieves WELL Health Safety Rating at 3 Crossings

WELL Health Safety Seal on Front Door

We’re proud to announce that all buildings in 3 Crossings (2501 Smallman, 2555 Smallman, Riverfront West, Burns White Centre, and The Stacks) have achieved the WELL Health Safety rating, being the first multi-building/multi-tenant campus in the Pittsburgh region to achieve the rating. This process and rating is a direct effort to reassure tenants and visitors…

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Coda on Centre Earns Prestigious LEED® Gold Certification

Residential Community Management, Coda on Centre, East Liberty Apartment Rental, Oxford Development Company, East Liberty Living, Shadyside Living

We are happy to announce that Coda on Centre, our 172-unit multifamily building located at 5765 Centre Avenue in East Liberty has been awarded LEED Gold. The LEED rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is the foremost program for buildings, homes, and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained, and operated for…

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Oxford’s Sustainability Ethos

Solar panels on The Yards at 3 Crossings

With today being Earth Day, we thought it made sense to share why we put such an emphasis on sustainability in everything we do. In fact – at a corporate level we have a Sustainability Mandate that holds the entire company accountable, from property management to development, marketing to accounting. We believe sustainable development provides…

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Green Healthcare Design: More Than A Fad

Timothy J. Spence, AIA, LEED AP, is principal, healthcare market leader, at BBH Design (Raleigh, N.C.). Since the 1980s, virtually every industry has downsized—except healthcare, which plows ahead like the seemingly invincible Titanic. Now, most industry analysts believe past methods for doing business are crumbling and major changes lie ahead. As past processes and paradigms…

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Downtown Pittsburgh owners vow to go green

August 22, 2012 12:06 am By Mark Belko / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette One by one, they stepped to the microphone Tuesday to pledge some of Downtown’s most celebrated properties — from One Oxford Centre to PNC Park — to going greener. During the course of 45 minutes, owners of 61 properties representing 23.3 million square feet…

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Pittsburgh Building Owners Pledge To Cut Energy & Water Usage

  By Emily Farah Wednesday, August 22, 2012   The Green Building Alliance is challenging Pittsburgh property owners to reduce the use of water, energy, and transportation emissions by 50% by 2030. Green Building Alliance C-E-O Mike Schiller, said the property owners who have committed to the initiative are called “2030 Districts,” and others have…

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