Apple leases 26,000 sq. ft. office space in Pittsburgh

“Oxford Development Co. has landed Apple Inc. as a tenant in the first office building at its Three Crossings mixed-use development in the Strip District,” Tim Schooley reports for The Pittsburgh Business Times.

“While it is still unclear what Apple will do in the new office, the company currently maintains a presence at the Collaborative Innovation Center on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University and had been in the market to establish a new larger office in Pittsburgh,” Schooley reports. “Apple is slated to take a floor and a half, or 26,000 square feet, at the building at the corner of 25th and Smallman.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s Applications group, which is responsible for Charts that appear in iWork apps on the Mac, iOS devices, and on, is based in Pittsburgh, PA.

[Attribution: AppleInsider. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]


  1. Speaking of Pittsburgh—the late Mister Rogers’ home town—the new PBS program Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, although “targeted at preschool-aged children … teaches emotional intelligence and human respect. Its content follows a curriculum based on Fred Rogers’ teaching and new research into child development.” There is still hope.

    1. By the way, both Google and Uber, two companies interested in and developing autonomous vehicles have “offices” in Pittsburgh, specifically because of CMU.

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