D.L. Clark Building – 503 Martindale Street

Pittsburgh
, PA
15212
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D. L. Clark Building
503 Martindale Street

Property Specifics

Space Available 2nd Floor: 13,883 SF / 7,180 SF / 3,755 SF / 3,425 SF | 3rd Floor: 34,814 SF (Full Floor) | 4th Floor: 16,566 SF / 13,646 SF / 2,920 SF | 5th Floor: 5,345 SF / 3,245 SF | 6th Floor: 8,176 SF / 5,578 SF | 7th Floor: 1,800 SF
Building Size 197,000 SF
Property Type Office
Property Size 1 Acre
Price PSF / Year $21.95 PSF Full Service
Zoning GT - Gold Triangle District
County Allegheny

Description

The D. L. Clark Building, located at 503 Martindale Street, is a historical landmark situated between PNC Park and Heinz Field. This beautifully renovated, six-story office building offers a variety of office space for lease and available immediately. Office space can be built to suit the tenant’s space needs with the ability to capture the building’s historical attributes with open ceiling plans and large window views. Office design features include post & beam construction, timber framing and exposed brick walls.

The D. L. Clark Building is only steps away from many restaurants, nighttime activities and ongoing North Shore projects and redevelopments. Commuting is made possible by direct access to all Parkways (East, West, North and South), I-79, Rt. 65 and I-279. Excellent transit service is also available via the North Shore Connector “T”, offering two stations within close proximity of the building and quick access into Pittsburgh’s central business district. Bus transportation is also available. The Pittsburgh International Airport is an approximate half-hour drive via I-376.

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Tour our 4th Floor (13,646 SF) and 2nd Floor (13,883 SF)

Tour Our 6th Floor – 5,578 SF & 8,176 SF

Tour Our 7th Floor (1,800 SF) & 4th Floor (2,920 SF)

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