Expanding Pittsburgh's New Technology District
We see the growth of the Strip District as the here and now phase in Pittsburgh’s continuing transformation as a place where you can live, work, and everything else.
3 Crossings Phase II is a continuation of Oxford’s Innovative District located just over 1.5 miles from Downtown Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh’s Historic Strip District, bound by 27th and 29th Streets, Smallman Street and the southern shore of the Allegheny River.
Phase 2 will consist of 11-acres of redeveloped industrial space that includes 600 RSF of office space in six buildings, 50,000 GSF of retail space, 300 Class A multifamily apartments in 2 buildings, 1,300 parking spaces, an outdoor events plaza, and direct access to the Riverfront Trail.
Like Phase I, the majority of Phase II were former heavy industrial uses that included railway switchyards, a steel mill foundry, a box factory, trucking terminal, warehousing, and surface parking lots.
Oxford has worked diligently over the past 5 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 designed lifestyle for today’s employee, resident, and visitor.