Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Aurora Innovation inks deal for Strip District space


Autonomous vehicle company Aurora Innovation has signed a deal to take all 100,000 square feet of office space in the 1600 Smallman redevelopm­ent in the Strip District. The firm, now based in Lawrencevi­lle, closed on the deal in the first quarter of the year, according to the CBRE real estate firm. Chicago-based McCaffery Interests is converting the former warehouse into office and retail space. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported in November that Aurora was interested in the building. Dan McCaffery, CEO of McCaffery Interests, declined comment. McCaffery also is redevelopi­ng the iconic produce terminal across the street. Work on both projects has been shut down because of the COVID-19 crisis.

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