GNC Announces Headquarters Relocation to 75 Hopper Place in 3 Crossings
GNC Announces Headquarters Relocation to 75 Hopper Place in 3 Crossings

GNC, a company with an 85-year history in Pittsburgh, has announced that they will be moving to a new headquarters located at 75 Hopper Place in 3 Crossings. As the Company continues to evolve its brand for the future, GNC is designing the new headquarters to increase efficiency, promote collaboration, and help its workforce embrace flexibility.

Hopper Park rendering

Rendering of Hopper Park, an open-air amenity space connected to the back of 75 Hopper Place.

75 Hopper Place is 3 Crossings’ centerpiece building, located within the vibrant Strip District neighborhood. In a statement, GNC called 3 Crossings “The premiere urban corporate campus for Pittsburgh.”

“It’s extremely exciting that one of Pittsburgh’s most iconic brands will now be located in Pittsburgh’s most iconic neighborhood,” said Josh Burris, Chief Executive Officer at GNC. “The Strip District is representative of Pittsburgh’s transformation, making it a great place for companies like ours that are also transforming and embracing the workspace of the future. We believe this location provides GNC the most potential to grow and gives our team a headquarters that’s reflective of the innovative and hard work they’re putting in every day.”

GNC plans to move into the new location immediately when it is ready for tenants early next year. They are excited to introduce employees to their new, state-of-the-art office space which will promote efficiency, collaboration, and flexibility. In line with these goals, GNC is developing new flexible work policies and expects that most associates will work remotely 50% of the time.

“It has been a true collaborative effort to find the perfect location for GNC and create our office space of the future,” said Eric Ravotti, Chief Development Officer at GNC. “We are working with one of the best development companies in Pittsburgh that has a long history of successful projects, in addition to the professionals from Donahue Advisors, LGA Partners and AHK Ventures. With this impressive team behind us, I’m confident we will have a smooth transition from our current space to our new home.”

“We are ecstatic to highlight the Strip District and the 3 Crossings Innovation District as a center of health and wellness through collaboration with the premier global brand,” said Steve Guy, President and CEO, Oxford Development Company. “GNC’s vision for the future aligns with our vision for 3 Crossings – great things will come from our partnership.”

Ravotti continued: “I’d like to personally thank Steve Guy from Oxford Development Company, who has shown a true belief in the GNC brand and its bright future. Steve is committed to providing GNC with a world-class HQ site that is reflective of the brand we are striving to become, and this has further bolstered my confidence that this the right move for our business.”

Read more at the Pittsburgh Business Times