Blankets for Homeless

August 29, 2012

On Saturday, many friends, family and colleagues took time out of their busy schedules to make blankets for the homeless. We had an amazing turnout and the original basement party turned out to be  fabric scattered all over my patio and backyard. Wonderful friends and their children showed up and we all worked together to create soft […]

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Marcellus Shale Impact on Pittsburgh

April 15, 2012

An unexpected benefit from the Marcellus Shale boom is Pittsburgh hotel occupancy has reached the highest level in 21 years USA Today reports.  Employees coming from out of town have to sleep somewhere.  The parking lots of hotels and motels along the PA turnpike and I-79 are filled with trucks of oil and gas workers. […]

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What is Marcellus Shale?

March 4, 2012

Marcellus Shale is a geological formation that stretches from New York to West Virginia and encompasses almost all of Western Pennsylvania.  This formation is a Middle Devonian-age black, low density, organic rich shale that occurs in the subsurface.  Marcellus Shale has the potential to be the second largest natural gas field in the world.  Oil […]

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Tips to Save Money on Your Lease

June 12, 2011

As companies complete year end reports and prepare for 2016, now is a good time to begin looking at your upcoming lease expiration date. Depending on the size of your space or what your trying to achieve, most tenant’s begin evaluating options 12 to 24 months from the option trigger date (the date in your […]

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