Pittsburgh International Business Park is a new venture that Chaska Property Advisors and Contential Realty have teamed up together to build the same type of product that has been so successful in Cranberry Twp. In conjunction with the Airport Authority there is a fourty acre site in Moon Twp that we plan on filling with our single story class A office buildings. As of 2014 there are three of these buildings up and fully occupied. In September of 2014 we plan on breaking ground on the fourth building. This building will match the other three on the current site.
About Our Park
Cranberry Business Park is a mixed-use business campus situated on approximately 180 acres in Cranberry Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania. The park currently contains 13 buildings with in excess of 750,000 square feet. When completed, the park is expected to have approximately 1,000,000 square feet of developed building space.
Cranberry Business Park is approximately 20 miles northwest of downtown Pittsburgh, and about the same distance from Greater Pittsburgh Airport. The park abuts the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and is approximately 1.5 miles from Exit 3 and I-79 interchanges.
The park was originally conceived by PenPower as a way to attract customers for their electricity to southern Butler County. In 1999, our partnership purchased all undeveloped land owned by PenPower, and over the next 3 years, assembled the remaining undeveloped land in the business park. A plan was developed to redirect the park with the intent to deliver a high quality, competitively priced business campus within Cranberry Township, Western Pennsylvania's fastest growing community.
Cranberry Business Park is always looking ahead on how we can improve the business park. Currently we are looking at starting on one of two buildings located in the heart of the business park. Building 290 will have the same look and feel as all the other business park buildings that have made the park so successful. With some added features this building will continue to uphold and add to the business park in the spring of 2015.